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Two Cases of Pediatric Pneumolabyrinth with Traumatic Tympanic Membrane Perforation after Penetrating Injury

You YS, Koh JH, Kim BJ, Lee EJ

Pneumolabyrinth is an uncommon condition in which air is present in the vestibule or cochlear. It is rarely found, even in otic capsule violating fractures or in transverse fracture of...
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Safety and Effectiveness of Endoscopic Ear Surgery: Systematic Review

Jeon MH, Chung S, Kim SH, Oh SH, Im GJ, Kim JR, Choi J, Lee BD

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aims to evaluate that usefulness of the endoscopic ear surgery (EES) through the systematic review. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: We searched literatures in literature databases (MEDLINE, EMBASE,...
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Clinical Analysis of External Auditory Canal Osteoma

Kim YS, Kang MH, Choi YS, Shin SO, Jung HJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: External auditory canal osteoma is an uncommon benign lesion and represents as unilateral solitary pedunculated mass. The aim of this study is to evaluate the clinical symptoms...
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Auditory Localization Performances in Subjects with Simulated Unilateral Conductive Hearing Loss

Zakaria MN, Mohamad WN, Wahab NA, Maamor N

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Clinical Features of Fracture versus Concussion of the Temporal Bone after Head Trauma

Kong TH, Lee JW, Park YA, Seo YJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Temporal bone fracture (TBF) is a common occurrence in cases of head trauma. Although the incidence of temporal bone concussion (TBC) has increased in cases of head...
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A Case of Middle Ear Neuroendocrine Adenoma in a Patient with Hearing Loss and Facial Palsy

Nam W, Kim TH, Kim MB

Middle ear adenoma is a very rare disease which is benign and originates from the middle ear mucosa. Patients of middle ear adenoma usually come to the clinic for unilateral...
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Speech Perception and Gap Detection Performance of Single-Sided Deafness under Noisy Conditions

Kwak C, Kim S, Lee J, Seo Y, Kong T, Han W

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many studies have reported no benefit of sound localization, but improved speech understanding in noise after treating patients with single-sided deafness (SSD). Furthermore, their performances provided a...
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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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A large osteoid osteoma of the mandibular condyle causing conductive hearing loss: a case report and review of literature

Richardson S, Khandeparker RV, Sharma K

Osteoid osteomas are benign skeletal neoplasms that are commonly encountered in the bones of the lower extremities, but are exceedingly rare in jaw bones with a prevalence of less than...
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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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Role of Innate Immunity in Otitis Media

Lee HH

Otitis media (OM) is the most prevalent disease of childhood and a public health problem in developed and developing countries. Despite appropriate treatment, acute OM can progress to chronic suppurative...
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Vestibulotomy in Congenital Stapes Fixation with Anomalous Facial Nerve

Kim H, Kim JW, Cha DC, Choi HS

Conductive hearing loss is a condition that can be corrected surgically in most cases. Stapedotomy is usually performed for patients with congenital ossicular anomaly or fixation. However, otologic surgeons have...
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Methodology for Intraoperative Laser Doppler Vibrometry Measurements of Ossicular Chain Reconstruction

Sokołowski J, Lachowska , Bartoszewicz R, Niemczyk K

OBJECTIVES: Despite the increasing number of research concerning the applications of the Laser Doppler Vibrometry (LDV) in medicine, its usefulness is still under discussion. The aim of this study is...
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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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Surgical and Audiologic Comparison Between Sophono and Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids Implantation

Shin JW, Kim SH, Choi JY, Park HJ, Lee SC, Choi JS, Park HQ, Lee HK

OBJECTIVES: Bone-anchored hearing aids (BAHA) occasionally cause soft tissue problems due to abutment. Because Sophono does not have abutment penetrating skin, it is thought that Sophono has no soft tissue...
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Two Cases of Traumatic Stapedial Dislocation Caused by a Cotton Tipped Swab

Joo BY, Jeong SW

A stapedial dislocation is a rare complication of ossicular trauma that is most commonly caused by direct, penetrating injury to the external ear canal. In this type of ossicular dislocation,...
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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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