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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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Clinical Applications of Wideband Tympanometry

Park MK

Conventional impedance audiometry uses only specific tympanometric frequencies (e.g., 226 Hz) and cannot test above 1500 Hz. As many hearing frequencies must be evaluated when diagnosing middle ear pathologies, wideband...
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Comparison of Free-Beam- and Fiber-Type COâ‚‚ Laser Delivery Systems in Stapes Surgery

Chang MY, Choi HS, Lee SY, Koo JW

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A free-beam-type COâ‚‚ laser, which use a micromanipulator mounted on a microscope as the delivery system, has the merit of not being affected by hand tremor at...
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A Case of Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Syndrome with Coexisting Otosclerosis

Yang CJ, Kim SA, Lee HS, Park HJ

Superior semicircular canal dehiscence (SSCD) syndrome and otosclerosis have overlapping clinical manifestations that can be difficult to distinguish. Audiovestibular symptoms are caused by noise or straining in SSCD, which is...
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Mass and Stiffness Impact on the Middle Ear and the Cochlear Partition

Kim J, Koo M

Mass and stiffness affect on the peculiar characteristics of transmission of the middle ear and the distinctive behavior of the cochlear mechanics. Applying the principle of the mass and stiffness,...
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Delayed Positional Vertigo after Stapes Surgery

Park JW, Lee JH, Song MH, Shim DB

Postoperative vertigo can occur after stapes surgery in approximately 5% of the patients, which more commonly presents immediately after surgery rather than in the delayed period. Isolated delayed vertigo after...
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Cochleovestibular Otosclerosis Without Conductive Hearing Loss

Na WS, Park SH, Rhee CK, Jung JY

  • KMID: 1426905
  • Res Vestib Sci.
  • 2013 Mar;12(1):22-26.
Otosclerosis typically starts around stapes footplate presenting conductive hearing loss initially. However, otosclerosis may involve cochlea and vestibule causing sensorineural hearing loss and dizziness. We report a case of cochleovestibular...
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Cochlear Implantation in a Patient with Advanced Otosclerosis

Park KC, Shim DB, Moon IS, Song MH

The incidence of otosclerosis, especially the retrofenestral advanced type, is relatively low in Koreans compared to that of the Western population. A case is reported in which cochlear implantation was...
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Superior Canal Dehiscence Patients Have Smaller Mastoid Volume than Age- and Sex-Matched Otosclerosis and Temporal Bone Fracture Patients

Shim BS, Kang BC, Kim CH, Kim TS, Park HJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The purpose of the study was to compare the mastoid air-cell volume of the patients with superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome (SCDS) and that of the control...
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Endolymphatic Hydrops: Pathophysiology and Etiology

Nam SI

Endolymphatic hydrops (EH) represents a histopathologic finding in which the structures bounding the endolymphatic space are distended by an enlargement of endolymphatic volume. EH primarily involves the cochlear duct and...
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CO2 Laser Stapedotomy

Koo JW, Kim DW, Yoo JC, Hong SK, Kim CS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: CO2 laser is known to have optimal tissue characteristics for stapes surgery though it has suboptimal optical characteristics. Surgical experience of stapes surgery using CO2 laser has...
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A Case of Unilateral Conductive Hearing Loss Treated with Stapedial Tenotomy

Lee KS, Park KH, Lee CK

The ossification of stapedial tendon is a rare disorder of middle ear that results in conductive hearing loss. It might be easily misdiagnosed as otosclerosis, and only exploratory tympanotomy can...
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A Case of Cochlear Implantation in a Postligual Deaf Patient with Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Heo JY, Lee KY, Park JH, Lee SH

Osteogenesis imperfecta is a systemic heritable disorder of connective tissues with the predominant manifestation of spontaneous bone fractures. It features an abnormal biosynthesis of collagen with the formation of pathologic,...
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A Case of Otosclerosis with Meniere's Symptom

Hyun DW, Park SR, Kim SH, Lee WS

  • KMID: 1466764
  • Res Vestib Sci.
  • 2009 Dec;8(2):174-177.
It has been postulated that otosclerosis may produce vertigo by several mechanisms. An association between otosclerosis and Meniere's disease has been proposed on both a clinical and histopathologic basis but...
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A Case of Cochlear Implantation in Otosclerosis Histologically Diagnosed

Park SR, Yang WS, Choi JY

Otosclerosis is a localized disorder of bone metabolism involving the endochondral bone of the otic and labyrinthine capsule. Both "advanced" and "very advanced" otosclerosis refer to the state of otosclerotic...
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Clinical Manifestations and Surgical Results of Malleostapedotomy and Malleostapedectomy

Park KT, Suh MW, Song JJ, Kim CH, Choi IJ, Kim DW, Lee JH, Oh SH, Chang SO

  • KMID: 2276946
  • Korean J Otorhinolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2008 Nov;51(11):985-992.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Incus stapedotomy is usually performed for the patients with otosclerosis and congenital ossicular fixation. However, for the patients whose incus is absent, anomalous or fixed, the piston...
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Hearing Changes after Stapes Surgery in Otosclerosis

Park MH, Oh SH, Kim CS, Chang SO

  • KMID: 2141179
  • Korean J Otorhinolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2008 Oct;51(10):872-877.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Hearing loss is the main symptom of otosclerosis. Stapes surgery could restore the hearing ability, but the amount of restoration was changed as time passed. The aims...
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A Case of Familial Otosclerosis

Ban JH, Lee SS, Kwon HJ, Lee JK

  • KMID: 1977244
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2007 Feb;50(2):182-185.
Otosclerosis is a primary metabolic bone disease of the otic capsule and ossicles. It is one of the causes of acquired hearing loss, with clinical manifestations occurring in approximately 1%...
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A Case of Cochlear Implantation in Otosclerosis

Han JH, Moon BJ, Park YJ, Yoon TH

  • KMID: 2276813
  • Korean J Otorhinolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2007 Dec;50(12):1161-1163.
Otosclerosis is known to be rare in orientals, but there have been a few reports of the clinically suspicious otosclerosis cases in Korea. Otosclerosis is a bony disorder involving endochondral...
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Conductive Hearing Loss with Intact Tympanic Membrane: Two Cases of Fibrous Change of the Ossicles

Lim JB, Ahn SK, Jeon SY, Kim JP

  • KMID: 2115462
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2003 Dec;46(12):1077-1079.
In general, causes of conductive hearing loss with the intact tympanic membrane and external auditory canal are known as congenital anomaly of the ossicular chain, otosclerosis, and head trauma-induced ossicular...
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