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Idiopathic Inflammatory Arthritis in the Auditory Canal in a Patient With Hearing Impairment: A Case Report and Literature Review

Nam SH, Kim GH, Park HJ, Kim YG

Inflammatory arthritis can affect the auditory system during the disease course. Although most cases show asymptomatic hearing impairment, it can result in hearing loss. Here we describe the case of...
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Detection and Grading of Early-Stage Cochlear Damage in Land Hunters by Comparison of Extended High-Frequency Audiograms with Conventional High-Frequency Audiograms

Tinazli R, Tinazli M

Background and Objectives: Firearms used by hunters produce intermittent loud noises. These sounds, which are above the safe limits set by the World Health Organization, can cause cochlear damage. Detection...
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One Genetic Defect and Two Related Entities in Monozygotic Twins: Otosclerosis and Superior Semicircular Canal Near Dehiscence Syndrome

Ocal FCA, Kavus H, Satar B, Pehli̇van D

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and genetic findings of 53-year-old monozygotic twins who had bilateral otosclerosis and right-sided superior semicircular canal near dehiscence (SSCND). Monozygotic...
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Presentation of potential genes and deleterious variants associated with non-syndromic hearing loss: a computational approach

Ray M, Rath SN, Sarkar S, Sable MN

Non-syndromic hearing loss (NSHL) is a common hereditary disorder. Both clinical and genetic heterogeneity has created many obstacles to understanding the causes of NSHL. The present study has attempted to...
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Hearing and Speech Perception for People With Hearing Loss Using Personal Sound Amplification Products

Kim GY, Kim S, Jo M, Seol HY, Cho YS, Lim J, Moon IJ

Background: Hearing loss (HL) is the most common chronic disease and has been linked to negative health outcomes. Hearing aids (HAs) are regarded as the gold standard for HL management,...
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3D FLAIR Cochlear Abnormality Does Not Predict on Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss Prognosis: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Shin GC, Cho A, Jeong MC, Sohn BS, Bae SH

Background and Objectives Previous studies reported abnormalities in MRI as a poor prognostic indicator of sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL). Since abnormalities in three-dimensional (3D) fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) are...
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A Case of Cochlear Implantation in a Patient With Intracochlear Schwannoma

Joo HA, Park HJ

Intralabyrinthine schwannomas are rare benign tumors, which arise from neural portions within the labyrinth. These are subclassified into seven groups according to the affected inner ear structures. Intracochlear schwannomas (ICS)...
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Evaluation of Effectiveness of Stellate Ganglion Block Treatment of Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Han SY, Lee J, Koo H, Chung J

Background and Objectives Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) is characterized by sudden onset of impaired hearing, and systemic steroid is the most widely accepted treatment option for it. The aim...
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Cochlear Implants for Patients With Common Cavity Deformities and the Impact of Electrode Positioning

Bae SH, Choi J, Choi JY

Objectives. Common cavity deformity is a rare congenital bony labyrinth malformation associated with profound hearing loss. Cochlear implants are widely used for hearing rehabilitation for common cavity deformities; however, the...
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Results of Active Middle Ear Implantation in Patients With Mixed Hearing Loss After Middle Ear Surgery: A Prospective Multicenter Study (the ROMEO Study)

Song CI, Cho HH, Choi BY, Choi JY, Choi JW, Choung YH, Chung JW, Chung WH, Hong SH, Kim Y, Lee BD, Lee IW, Lee JD, Lee JH, Lee KY, Moon IJ, Moon IS, Oh SH, Park HJ, Park SN, Seo JW

Objectives. This study was conducted to evaluate the user satisfaction, efficacy, and safety of round window (RW) vibroplasty using the Vibrant Soundbridge (VSB) in patients with persistent mixed hearing loss...
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Feasibility of Personal Sound Amplification Products in Patients With Moderate Hearing Loss: A Pilot Study

Kim GY, Kim JS, Jo M, Seol HY, Cho YS, Moon IJ

Objectives. This study was conducted to investigate the electroacoustic characteristics of personal sound amplification products (PSAPs), to identify whether PSAPs provide adequate gain and output for three common hearing loss...
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Influence of Cochlear Implantation on Cognitive Function in Elderly Patients

Chung J

Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition faced by older adults. Recently, a number of studies have demonstrated a significant association between hearing impairment and cognitive decline....
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Foreign Body Complications in Ears due to Mishandled Hearing Aid Fitting and Proposed Clinical Guidelines to Address the Complications

Cho EH, Cho EH, Shim L, Shim L, Choi HG, Choi HG, Hong SK, Hong SK, Kim HJ, Kim HJ, Lee HJ, Lee HJ

Background: South Korea has one of the world’s fastest aging populations and is witnessing increased age-related hearing impairment cases as well as an increase in the number of hearing aid...
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Factors Influencing Hearing Aid Adoption in Patients With Hearing Loss in Korea

Cho YS, Kim GY, Choi JH, Baek SS, Seol HY, Lim J, Park JG, Moon IJ

Background: The purpose of this study was two-fold: 1) to identify differences in the characteristics of adopters and non-adopters of hearing aids (HAs); and 2) to investigate factors influencing the...
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Development of the Mandarin Phoneme Detection Score Sheet as a Screening Tool

Lin CY, Hung YC, Chang HW

Background and Objectives: Hearing thresholds across frequencies must be obtained for hearing aid fitting. Narrow-band noise (NBN) and speech sounds are often used as stimuli in pediatric audiologic assessments to...
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Test-Retest Differences of the Speech Discrimination Score in Patients with Hearing Loss

Lim T, Oh JH, Hwang J, Joo JB, Cho JE, Kim JY

Background and Objectives The diagnosis of hearing impairment is based on repeated audiometry, including pure tone audiometry (PTA), speech reception threshold test (SRT), and speech discrimination test (SDT). SDT results...
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Clinical Manifestations and Prognosis of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo according to Etiology

Jang W, Shin JW, Kim SW, Kim DH, Cho CG, Park SW, Lim YS, Kim BH, Park JH

Background and Objectives This work investigates the clinical characteristics of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) according to etiology by comparing idiopathic BPPV (iBPPV), BPPV occurring after head trauma (tBPPV) and...
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Sensorineural Hearing Loss of Suspected Autoimmune Etiology: Two Cases of Cogan’s Syndrome

Ahn J, Kim B, Cho KR, Chang YS

Cogan’s syndrome is a rare inflammatory disease characterized by non-syphilitic keratitis and vestibulo-auditory symptoms including hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo. Although its precise pathogenesis is not known, Cogan’s syndrome is...
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Change in Self-Evaluation of Hearing Status According to Age: A Population-Based Study

Choi SY, Moon JW, Choi J, Song JJ, Im GJ, Chae SW

Background and Objectives Self-reported hearing levels determined by self-report questionnaires are not always correlated with the audiometric hearing level. It is necessary to ascertain the subjectively perceived normal hearing threshold...
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Bilateral Sudden Hearing Loss Caused by Basilar Artery Dissection: A Case Report

Lee HB, Roh J, Lee HM, Choi JH

Bilateral sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is rare, but a possible symptom of vertebrobasilar ischemia. A 69-year-old female patient with hypertension and atrial fibrillation presented with bilateral sudden hearing loss...
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