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A Case of Bruxism-Induced Otalgia

Kim SH

Here, the author presents a case of bruxism-induced otalgia in a 29-year-old female patient. The pain was sharp and penetrating in character. It was usually worse in the morning and...
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Is a Solitary Fibrous Tumor in the External Auditory Canal Benign?

Lee CK, Lee HJ

A solitary fibrous tumor (SFT) is an extremely rare, distinct otological soft-tissue tumor. Only two such tumors in the external auditory canal have been reported. A SFT related to hemangiopericytomas...
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A Systematic Approach to Find a Professional Audiology Clinic: Patient-Based Information

Kim G, Kim G, Na W, Han W

This brief communication introduced a systematic way to find a professional audiology clinic developed for patients and professionals by the American Academy of Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and Healthy Hearing....
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A Systematic Review of Audiology Terminology

Oh SH, Lee J

The present report provides an overview of terminology studies in audiology including topics and study characteristics, as well as categorizing the main issues. The goals are to improve the understanding...
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Effects of an Auditory Lateralization Training in Children Suspected to Central Auditory Processing Disorder

Lotfi Y, Moosavi A, Abdollahi , Bakhshi E, Sadjedi H

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Central auditory processing disorder [(C)APD] refers to a deficit in auditory stimuli processing in nervous system that is not due to higher-order language or cognitive factors. One...
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Age-Related Maturation of Wave V Latency of Auditory Brainstem Response in Children

Sharma M, Bist SS, Kumar S

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Auditory brainstem response (ABR) is a noninvasive measurement of a stimulus-locked, synchronous electrical event. ABR provides information concerning the functional integrity of brainstem nuclei. Age is a...
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Effect of Tianeptine on Depressed Tinnitus Patients

Hwang SM, Lim SH, Oh DJ, Kim SK, Jung HH, Im GJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Tianeptine is a tricyclic antidepressant that has a novel pharmacological property: it increases the reuptake of 5-hydroxytryptamine. Recent studies have reported that the prevalence of depression is...
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Clinical Correlation between Perverted Nystagmus and Brain MRI Abnormal Findings

Han WG, Yoon HC, Kim TM, Rah YC, Choi J

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To analyze the clinical correlation between perverted nystagmus and brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) abnormal findings and to evaluate whether perverted nystagmus is clinically significant results of...
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The Band-Importance Function for the Korean Standard Sentence Lists for Adults

Jin IK, Lee J, Lee K, Kim J, Kim D, Sohn J, Lee KJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The band-importance function (BIF) refers to a value characterizing the relative importance of different frequencies to speech intelligibility. The purpose of this study was to derive the...
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Preferences to Patient-Centeredness in Pre-Service Speech and Hearing Sciences Students: A Cross-Sectional Study

Dockens AL, Bellon-Harn ML, Manchaiah

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Patient-centeredness is a critical approach to rehabilitation in allied health professions and is an imperative component of evidence-based practice. However, it is unknown if patient-centeredness is valued...
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How to Avoid Facial Nerve Injury in Mastoidectomy?

Ryu NG, Kim J

Unexpected iatrogenic facial nerve paralysis not only affects facial disfiguration, but also imposes a devastating effect on the social, psychological, and economic aspects of an affected person's life at once....
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Crosscheck Principle in Pediatric Audiology Today: A 40-Year Perspective

Hall JW

The crosscheck principle is just as important in pediatric audiology as it was when first described 40 years ago. That is, no auditory test result should be accepted and used...
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