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Effects of Residual Hearing on the Auditory Steady State Response for Cochlear Implantation in Children

Kim YS, Han SA, Woo H, Suh MW, Lee JH, Oh SH, Park MK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: We aim to explore the effects of residual auditory steady state response (ASSR) on cochlear implantation (CI) outcomes in children lacking auditory brainstem responses (ABRs). SUBJECTS AND METHODS:...
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Effect of Cochlear Implant Electrode Array Design on Electrophysiological and Psychophysical Measures: Lateral Wall versus Perimodiolar Types

Lee JY, Hong SH, Moon IJ, Kim EY, Baek E, Seol HY, Kang S

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The present study aims to investigate whether the cochlear implant electrode array design affects the electrophysiological and psychophysical measures. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Eighty five ears were used as...
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Educational Status in Bilateral Prelingual Deaf Children with Cochlear Implantation

Bae SH, Kwak SH, Nam GS, Choi JY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study was undertaken to investigate the educational status in bilateral prelingual deaf children with a cochlear implant (CI), also known as early cochlear implantees (CIs). Type...
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Auditory Cortical Temporal Processing and Hemispheric Asymmetry Revealed by N1 Dipole Source Activity in Adult Cochlear Implant Users

Lee J, Han JH, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Cochlear implant (CI) changes the way that sound inputs are processed in the brain, possibly causing brain reorganization. Given that the pattern and degree of reorganization are...
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Case Series Outcomes of Cochlear Implantation in Children with Noonan Syndrome

Chang YS, Ahn J, Hong SH, Kim EY, Chung WH, Cho YS, Moon IJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Hearing loss is a common complication associated with Noonan syndrome (NS), and the level of hearing loss for NS patients with sensorineural loss ranged from normal to...
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A Review of Music Perception with Cochlear Implantation

Han W, Kim S, Lee E, Kim J

With a high sound quality stimulated by the electrical device and a large inclusion in medical insurance, the number of cochlear implant recipients has been rapidly increased in Korea. Today,...
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Feasibility of Revision Cochlear Implant Surgery for Better Speech Comprehension

Hwang K, Lee JY, Oh HS, Lee BD, Jung J, Choi JY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of revision cochlear implant (CI) surgery for better speech comprehension targeting patients with low satisfaction after first...
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The Korean Version of the Theory of Mind Test and the Early Development of the Theory of Mind in Children with Cochlear Implant

Choi YM, Kim HH, Jeong SW, Kim LS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Theory of Mind (ToM) refers to the ability humans have for recognizing the mental states of others and for predicting or explaining other people’s behavior. ToM is...
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Reconstruction of a scalp defect due to cochlear implant device extrusion using a temporoparietal fascia flap and a split-thickness skin graft from the scalp

Kang JK, Lee JS, Suh M, Lim GC, Shin MS, Yun BM

Cochlear implant extrusion, which is a common complication of cochlear implants, is generally repaired by a well visualized soft-tissue flap. A 61-year-old female patient with a medical history of schizophrenia...
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Comparison of Temporal Bone Parameters before Cochlear Implantation in Patients with and without Facial Nerve Stimulation

Kasetty VM, Zimmerman , King S, Seyyedi M

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Facial nerve stimulation (FNS) is a complication of cochlear implantation (CI). This study compared the thickness and density of the bone separating the upper basal turn of...
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Peer Relations in Children with Cochlear Implants

Choi YM, Jeong SW, Kim LS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Children who received cochlear implants (CIs) in early age can achieve age-appropriate language ability and can be educated in the classroom alongside normal hearing (NH) peers. However,...
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Interpersonal Competence in College Students with Cochlear Implants: A Preliminary Study

Choi YM, Kim HH, Jeong SW, Kim LS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: ObjectivesZZAlthough many studies have shown that cochlear implantation promotes restoration of adequate hearing and verbal ability, there is little research showing whether patients with cochlear implants (CI)...
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Short-Term Clinical Outcome of Neuro One® System Cochlear Implantation in Korean Adults

Lee YW, Kim MB, Chang SO

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study analyzed short-term clinical outcome and safety of Neuro One® (Oticon Medical) cochlear implantation on postlingually deafened Korean adults. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: A prospective study was performed...
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Endoscope-Assisted Cochlear Implantation

Güneri EA, Olgun Y

OBJECTIVES: Our aim was to present our endoscope-assisted cochlear implantation (CI) technique, in which the middle ear landmarks were identified through the facial recess exposure by using an endoscopic view...
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Spoken and Written Narrative in Persian-Speaking Students Who Received Cochlear Implant and/or Hearing Aid

Zamani P, Soleymani , Rashedi V, Farahani F, Lotfi G, Rezaei M

OBJECTIVES: To compare narrative skills between fourth and fifth grades of Persian-speaking students with hearing impairments and typical hearing students of the same grade and also to evaluate the effects...
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Speech Perception and Language Outcome in Congenitally Deaf Children Receiving Cochlear Implants in the First Year of Life

Jeong SW, Seo JW, Boo SH, Kim LS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to examine the effect of early cochlear implantation (CI) performed in infants less than 12 months of age. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: Twenty-five...
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Behavioral Perception and Neural Correlates of Categorical Perception in Cochlear Implant Users

Park JH, Han JH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although many cochlear implant (CI) recipients receive significant benefits from using the implants, speech perception ability is still known to vary among CI users, and the variability...
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Frequency-Limiting Effects on Speech and Environmental Sound Identification for Cochlear Implant and Normal Hearing Listeners

Chang SA, Won JH, Kim H, Oh SH, Tyler RS, Cho CH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: It is important to understand the frequency region of cues used, and not used, by cochlear implant (CI) recipients. Speech and environmental sound recognition by individuals with...
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Blind Sac Approach Using Silastic Block for Cochlear Implantation in Patients with Cholesteatoma

Lyu AR, Park YH

Cochlear implant (CI) surgery in cholesteatoma is challenging because of the risk of residual or recurrent infection. Although CI could be done with subtotal petrosectomy in single or staged surgery,...
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Long Term Speech Perception Outcomes of Cochlear Implantation in Gap Junction Protein Beta 2 Related Hearing Loss

Kim SH, Nepali R, Yoo MH, Lee KS, Chung JW

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The mutation of the gap junction protein beta 2 (GJB2) gene is the predominant cause of autosomal recessive non-syndromic hearing loss. The purpose of this study was...
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