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Can Wideband Tympanometry Be Used as a Screening Test for Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence?

Demir E, Afacan NN, Celiker M, Celiker FB, Ä°necikli , Terzi S, Dursun E

OBJECTIVES: We explored whether wideband tympanometry (WBT) could be used as a screening test for superior semicircular canal dehiscence (SSCD), and obtained new WBT data (given that the test is...
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Change of Tympanogram after Chronic Otitis Media Surgery

Choi BG, Lee JS, Hong SK, Lee HJ, Kim HJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Pre-operative eustachian tube function (ETF) is an important factor for the postoperative success after tympanoplasty, though much debates have been reported. In this study, we investigated the...
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Pedigree Analysis and Audiological Investigations of Otosclerosis: An Extended Family Based Study

Rekha S, Ramalingam R, Parani M

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To analyse the audiometric profile and the pedigree of a large family with otosclerosis to understand the inheritance pattern and its implication in clinical management of the...
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The Effect of Ethnicity on Wideband Absorbance of Neonates with Healthy Middle Ear Functions in Malaysia: A Preliminary Study

Wali HA, Mazlan R

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although ethnicity effect on wideband absorbance (WBA) findings was evident for adults, its effect on neonates has not been established yet. This study aimed to investigate the...
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Clinical Applications of Wideband Tympanometry

Park MK

Conventional impedance audiometry uses only specific tympanometric frequencies (e.g., 226 Hz) and cannot test above 1500 Hz. As many hearing frequencies must be evaluated when diagnosing middle ear pathologies, wideband...
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Wideband Absorbance Measurements: Norms and Middle Ear Disorders

Ryu G, Cho YS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the usefulness of wideband tympanometry in predicting middle ear disorders by comparing the absorbance measurements of the disorder and the norm. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: Wideband tympanometry,...
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Eustachian Tube Opening Measurement by Sonotubometry Using Perfect Sequences for Healthy Adults

Beleskiene V, Lesinskas , Januskiene V, Daunoraviciene K, Rauba D, Ivaska J

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to establish the rate variation of sonotubometric measurements using a specific broadband class of signals, the so-called perfect sequences (PSEQ) among healthy adults...
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Endoscopic Adenoidectomy in Children With Otitis Media With Effusion and Mild Hearing Loss

Capaccio P, Torretta S, Marciante , Marchisio , Forti S, Pignataro

OBJECTIVES: Surgical management of children with chronic otitis media with effusion (OME) includes tympanostomy tube insertion or adenoidectomy, alone or with myringotomy and tube insertion. The aim of this study...
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High Frequency Tympanometry (1,000 Hz) for Neonates with Normal and Abnormal Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions

Emadi M, Rezaei M, Nahrani MH, Bolandi M

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This paper aimed at evaluating the characteristics of high-frequency (1,000 Hz) acoustic admittance (ya) for the neonates with transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) as either pass or...
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Usefullness of 1000 Hz Tympanometry in the Results of Newborn Hearing Screening

Ryu SH, Chang J, Sung TJ, Lee HM, Park JH, Kim MJ, Kim JH, Park SK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to verify and compare the results of newborn hearing screening (NHS) with that of 1000 Hz tympanometry conducted for newborns. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: For the...
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Evaluation of Hearing and Outer Hair Cell Function of Cochlea in Patients With Psoriatic Arthritis

Akdag M, Ucmak D, Ozkurt FE, Bozkurt M, Akkurt ZM, Topcu I

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to investigate hearing and outer cells function in patients with psoriatic arthritis. Our investigation was a prospective case control study. METHODS: A total of...
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Objective Tinnitus Concomitant with Eye Blinking: A Case Report

Kim TH, Jang HJ, Park SH, Nam SI

Tinnitus is a common auditory phenomenon associated with many otological diseases, and is usually subjective. Objective tinnitus can be generated by para-auditory structures, usually derived from vascular or myogenic sources,...
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Otoacoustic Emissions in Smoking and Nonsmoking Young Adults

Jedrzejczak WW, Koziel M, Kochanek K, Skarzynski H

OBJECTIVES: The present study investigates the usefulness of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) and distortion product OAEs (DPOAEs) in detecting small changes in the hearing of young smoking adults. METHODS: Otoacoustic...
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Conductive and Mixed Hearing Losses: A Comparison between Summer and Autumn

Nickbakht , Borzoo S

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Conductive hearing loss is common among children and adults. This study aims at comparing the results of conductive hearing loss in summer and autumn. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Puretone...
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Clinical Manifestations of Aural Fullness

Park MS, Lee HY, Kang HM, Ryu EW, Lee SK, Yeo SG

  • KMID: 2453957
  • Yonsei Med J.
  • 2012 Sep;53(5):985-991.
PURPOSE: Even though aural fullness is ubiquitous among patients presenting to otolaryngology clinics, the association between aural fullness and disease development has not yet been clearly determined. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Our...
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Diagnosis of Middle Ear Effusion in Neonate and Infant: Pitfalls of Conventional Impedance Audiometry Using 226 Hz Probe Tone

Han KH, Lee JH

Middle ear effusion is one of the most common causes which results in refer on hearing screening of infants. Evaluation of middle ear state has been emphasized because the causes...
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Audiological Follow-up Results after Newborn Hearing Screening Program

Lim HW, Kim EA, Chung JW

OBJECTIVES: To investigate the validity of newborn hearing screening protocol using automated auditory brainstem response (AABR) with a confirmation method using click auditory brainstem response (ABR) and to evaluate changes...
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Changes in the Hearing Thresholds of Infants Who Failed the Newborn Hearing Screening Test and in Infants Treated in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Kang MY, Jeong SW, Kim LS

  • KMID: 2278545
  • Clin Exp Otorhinolaryngol.
  • 2012 Apr;5(Suppl 1):S32-S36.
OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to investigate changes in the hearing thresholds during the first year of life in infants who failed the newborn hearing screening (NHS) test...
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Factors Affecting the Extrusion Rate of Ventilation Tubes

Song CM, Park MH, Kim YH, Lee JH

OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to determine the various factors that affect the extrusion rate of ventilation tubes (VTs), including the nature of the middle ear effusion. METHODS: A...
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Availability of Spectral Gradient Acoustic Reflectometry

Lee HY, Moon JK, Park SW, Choi JY, Chang DS, Kim AY, Park KY, Cho CS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Spectral gradient acoustic reflectometry (SGAR) determines the probability of middle ear fluid by measuring the response of the tympanic membrane to a sound. To assess the sensitivity...
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