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Regenerative Cell Therapy for the Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Park KH

Sensorineural hearing loss is the most common disability in the world and nearly one third of all individuals over the age of 65 are affected. For hearing handicapped people, many...
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Auditory Rehabilitation - Cochlear Implantation

Lee JH

The first cochlear implant was approved about 30 years ago. It just provided a limited sensation of sound and facilitated lip-reading based communication. Recent advances in the cochlear implant system...
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Middle Ear Implant

Hwang KR, Choi JY

Patients with hearing loss have been increasing according to the extension of lifespan. Recently, new technology which solves the limitation of conventional hearing aids has been developed. For example, the...
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Rehabilitation of Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Hearing Aid

Chung JH

Social concerns about sensorineural hearing loss have been increasing with the advent of an aging society. As most hearing loss is incurable and permanent, audiologic rehabilitation is the only option...
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Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Im GJ, Park E

Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) is defined as a sensorineural hearing loss of at least 30 dB in 3 consecutive speech frequencies that occurred within the previous 3 days. In...
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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Shim HJ

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the second most common cause of permanent hearing impairment after age-related hearing loss. NIHL is influenced by environmental and genetic factors and the effects of...
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Presbycusis

Kim SH, Yeo SG

Presbycusis is gradual hearing loss in both ears that commonly occurs as people age. Presbycusis is a complex phenomenon characterized by audiometric threshold shift, deterioration in speech-understanding and speech-perception difficulties...
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Newborn Hearing Loss and Newborn Hearing Screening

Park SK

The incidence of bilateral profound hearing loss of newborns is 1 to 2 per 1,000 newborns. It is higher in infants with risk factors for hearing loss. Congenital hearing loss...
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Etiology of Hearing Loss and Genetic Hearing Loss

Kim SY, Choi BY

Hearing loss is one of the most common sensory disorders and has numerous environmental and genetic factors that influence its onset and development. Hearing loss can be classified by either...
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Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Causes and Hearing Rehabilitation

Baek MJ

Sensorineural hearing loss is one of the most common chronic clinical disorders that we can easily encounter. The etiology of sensorineural hearing loss is multifactorial: congenital, idiopathic, traumatic, noise-induced, head...
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Etiology and Rehabilitation of Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Lee SH

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