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Multiple Ossicular Dislocation Including Stapediovestibular Dislocation Presenting with Conductive Hearing Loss

Lee G, Kim Y, Kim BJ

Temporal bone trauma can cause hearing loss and in case of prolonged conductive hearing loss, traumatic ossicular injury should be considered. Separation of the incudostapedial joint is the most common...
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Middle Ear Implant for Sensorineural and Conductive Hearing Loss: Indications and Audiological Results

Choi Y, Kim Y, Cheon T, Park HJ

Background and Objectives Middle ear implants (MEI) have been reported to be an effective and safe alternative for the treatment of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) and conductive hearing loss (CHL)....
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Unusual Tumors Obstructing the External Auditory Canal: Report of Two Cases

Kim CH, Lee HS, Kim SY, Shin JE

Primary tumors arising from the external auditory canal (EAC) are rare. We describe two cases of mass lesions within the EAC causing slowly progressive hearing loss without otorrhea or otalgia....
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Comparison of the Minimum Plateau Width by Plateau and a New Method in People with Conductive Hearing Loss

Sameni SJ, Daneshi A, Pourbakht , Tahaei A, Kamali M

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In clinical masking, the plateau is a state in which the non-test ear (NTE) is completely masked by the noise and tone is heard only by 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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Audiologic Patterns of Otic Capsule Preserving Temporal Bone Fracture: Effects of the Affected Subsites

Kim SY, Kim YJ, Kim YH, Park MH

OBJECTIVES: This study was aimed to assess the relationship between the type of temporal bone area involved and conductive hearing loss. METHODS: We enrolled 97 patients who visited the otolaryngology clinics...
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Fibrinogen-Based Collagen Fleece Graft Myringoplasty for Traumatic Tympanic Membrane Perforation

Choi SH, Song HY, Song CI

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to investigate how fibrinogen-based collagen fleece (Tachocomb®) graft myringoplasty (FCGM), performed under microscopic guidance, improves both hearing and tympanic membrane tissue...
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Comparisons of hearing threshold changes in male workers with unilateral conductive hearing loss exposed to workplace noise: a retrospective cohort study for 8 years

Park SJ, Sung JH, Sim CS, Yun SH, Yeom JH, Kwon JK, Lee J

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to investigate hearing threshold changes of workers with unilateral conductive hearing loss who were exposed to workplace noise for 8-years. METHODS: Among 1819 workers...
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A Case of Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma of the External Auditory Canal

Baek SH, Cho SJ, Kim GW, Kim CW

Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma is a vascular tumor of endothelial origin that commonly occurs in the deep soft tissue, bone, lung and liver. This vascular tumor rarely occurs within the external auditory...
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Ossiculoplasty for Monocrural Stapes Anomaly

Kim BJ, Kim TY, Park WK, Heo KW

Congenital anomalies of ossicle in the middle ear are rare and could appear in various forms. The most common congenital isolated ossicular anomalies are stapes fixation and incudostapedial discontinuity, with...
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Subjective and Audiologic Results of Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA)

Rhee J, Chung J, Kim SH, Seo MW, Koo JW, Lee JH, Oh SH, Chang SO

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aims to evaluate audiologic results and subjective satisfaction of bone anchored hearing aids (BAHA) patients. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: Preoperative air-conduction and bone-conduction thresholds, postoperative aided thresholds...
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A Case of Totally Lateralized Tympanic Membrane

Kim BJ, Kim JR, Park WK, Heo KW

Lateralized tympanic membrane is a complication of tympanoplasty resulting in conductive hearing loss. We describe a case of a 23-year-old patient who developed totally lateralized left tympanic membrane with hearing...
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Two Cases of Malleostapedotomy in Congenital Oval Window Atresia

Ahn SH, Kim DH, Choi JY, Kim BG

Congenital anomaly of the oval window with an abnormal facial nerve course is an uncommon embryological defect, which is related to the underdevelopment of second branchial arch derivatives. Some treatments...
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Bilateral Ossiculoplasty in 1 Case of Achondroplasia

Jung J, Yang C, Lee S, Choi J

Achondroplasia is the most common skeletal dysplasia and it combines various complications with normal longevity. Hearing disturbance due to otitis media or an ossicular anomaly is one of the most...
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Hearing Rehabilitation with Bone Anchored Hearing Aid: Experience in 14 Patients

Han KH, Kim H, Jang JH, Yoo JC, Kim YH, Lee JH, Oh SH, Kim CS, Chang SO

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA) is an alternative method applicable to patients with chronic draining ear, congenital aural atresia and single sided deafness, who cannot benefit from...
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Isolated Congenital Incus Anomaly

Park HY, Han DH, Lee JB, Choi SJ, Choung YH, Park K

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A non-progressive and conductive hearing loss with normal eardrum, which has no history of trauma and infection is highly suggestive of a congenital ossicular malformation. Among ossicular...
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Congenital Stapes Anomalies with Normal Eardrum

Park HY, Han DH, Lee JB, Han NS, Choung YH, Park K

OBJECTIVES: A non-progressive and conductive hearing loss with normal eardrum, but no history of trauma and infection, is highly suggestive of a congenital ossicular malformation. Among ossicular anomalies, stapes anomaly...
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Results of Primary Malleostapedotomy in Stapes Fixation

Yoo MH, Lee KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to analyze the results of malleostapedotomy as primary surgical procedure in stapes fixation. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: This study was a retrospective chart...
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A Case of Dysplastic Nevus of the External Auditory Canal Presenting with Conductive Hearing Loss

Kim CW, Oh SJ, Rho YS, Cho SJ, Koh ES

A nevus which is a benign melanocytic neoplasm rarely occurs within the external auditory canal (EAC). A dysplastic nevus presents atypical features both clinically and histologically, and is important as...
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Clinical Manifestation and Treatment of Malleus Fixation

Rah YC, Jang JH, Song JJ, Lee JH, Oh SH, Chang SO

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Malleus fixation is one of the important causes of persistent conductive hearing loss. This study was designed to evaluate the clinical manifestation and the treatment outcome of...
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