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Is Ossiculoplasty Necessary in Canal Wall Down Mastoidectomy? Comparison of Clinical Outcomes Between Type 0 Tympanoplasty and Ossiculoplasty

Suh MJ, Park JA, Yi HJ, Song CI

Background and Objectives: To assess whether the audiological and clinical outcomes of type 0 tympanoplasty (T0) performed using cartilage were comparable with those of ossiculoplasty in patients who underwent canal...
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Sequential Vestibular Neuritis: Report of Four Cases and Literature Review

Comacchio F, Mion M, Armato E, Castellucci A

Background and Objectives: Bilateral sequential vestibular neuritis (BSVN) is a rare condition in which an inflammation or an ischemic damage of the vestibular nerve occurs bilaterally in a sequential pattern....
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Can Narrow Band Chirp Stimulus Shake the Throne of 500 Hz Tone Burst Stimulus for Cervical Vestibular Myogenic Potentials?

Ocal FCA, Karacayli C, Coban VK, Satar B

Background and Objectives: The aim of the study was to compare effects of tone-burst (TB) and narrow-band (NB) Claus Elberling (CE)-chirp stimuli on amplitude, latency and interaural asymmetry ratio (IAR)...
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The Influence of Non-Linear Frequency Compression on the Perception of Speech and Music in Patients with High Frequency Hearing Loss

Ahn J, Choi JE, Kang JY, Choi IJ, Lee MC, Lee BC, Hong SH, Moon IJ

Background and Objectives: Non-linear frequency compression (NLFC) technology compresses and shifts higher frequencies into a lower frequency area that has better residual hearing. Because consonants are uttered in the high-frequency...
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Masking Level Difference: Performance of School Children Aged 7–12 Years

de Carvalho NG, Amaral MIRd, de Barros VZ, Santos MFCd

Background and Objectives: In masking level difference (MLD), the masked detection threshold for a signal is determined as a function of the relative interaural differences between the signal and the...
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Auditory Recognition of Digit-in-Noise under Unaided and Aided Conditions in Moderate and Severe Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Aghasoleimani M, Jalilvand H, Mahdavi ME, Ahmadi R

Background and Objectives: The speech-in-noise test is typically performed using an audiometer. The results of the digit-in-noise recognition (DIN) test may be influenced by the flat frequency response of free-field...
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Hearing Rehabilitation with Combined Electroacoustic Stimulation and Ossiculoplasty

Lee JM, Na G, Choi JY

We report a case of hearing rehabilitation following combined cochlear implantation and ossiculoplasty. A 71-year-old patient visited the clinic for right-sided mixed hearing loss. We targeted neural and conductive components,...
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Management of an Inappropriately Treated Case of Auricular Hematoma

Kim Y, Choi JW, Park YH

Othematoma is a condition in which blood collects beneath the perichondral layer of the pinna. Recurrent auricular hematoma can be a challenging medical problem, with complications resulting in ear deformity,...
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