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Editors in Chief

Prof. Dr. Claus F. Claussen, Neurootological Research Institute of the Research Society for Smell, Taste, Hearing and Equilibrium Disorders at Bad Kissingen (4-G-F). Bad Kissingen, Germany.
Dr. med. Julia M. Bergmann,
Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Dr. med. Julia M. Bergmann,
Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Year 2001

Cochlear implants in children: indication, implantation-age and development

The paper reports about hard of hearing children who underwent cochlear implantation.

Telemedicine in audiology

Telemedicine is used as a tool for therapeutic performances with the aid of telematic. The term telematic, an abbreviation of the words telecommunication and informatic, means in general electronic transfer of digital data. An application of telemedicine in the field of audiology, the initial fitting set up and fine tuning as well as the after-care […]

Retrox – a semiimplantable hearing system with retroauricular sound conduction

Different pathology of the hearing has to be rehabilitated by individual and sophisticated hearing systems. A lot of the patients suffering from a mild or middle sensoneural hearing loss have problems with their conventional hearing aids. The medical and audiological problems can often not be solved sufficiently by the technical possibilities. Also the cosmetic solutions […]

Contemporary tinnitus therapy in czech republic

The Authors present results of tinnitus therapy in 5 ENT clinics and 1 neurological clinic in the Czech republic during last 5 years. Mostly are using these therapeutic methods: vasoactive drugs, Betaserc, nootropics, preparations of Ginkgo Biloba, combine preparation – Arlevert, corticoids, anestesia of ggl. Stellati and rehabilatation methods. The best results were obtained by […]

Surgical therapy of secretory otitis media

SOM, glue ear or chronic otitis media with effusion, is the commonest cause of deafness in children and the commonest reason that the children have surgery. It is characterized by the presence of fluid in the middle ear cavity for 3 months or longer with minimal constitutional symtoms. Pathogenesis appears to be multifactorial and risk […]

Gabapentine for periodic alternating nystagmus

The variety of suggested treatments of nystagmus probably reflect its multiple pathogenetic mechanisms. Basic studies have shown that several neurotransmitters are involved in the ocular motor control, including gamma-aminobutyrric acid (GABA), acetylcholine and glycine. Recently, Stahl et al. (1995 ) investigated the effects of gabapentine on acquired pendular nystagmus in two patients with multiple sclerosis. […]

L´equilibrio in acqua. dalla funzione alla riabilitazione

The many faces of bppv: therapeutic results in 464 cases

It has been demonstrated not only in our experimental research as well as in our clinical routine that the association of different strategies is usually highly synergic for positional vertigo relief and control. The summation of the various favourable effects of each kind of therapy seems to lead to an improvement or cure which is […]

The alteration of hearing process in antiorthostatic position modelling microgravitation

The cranial shifting of body fluids developing in microgravity can be modelled by –300 head-down tilt body position (antiorthostatic posture) on Earth. Authors examined a group of 13 healthy voluntary young men in antiorthostatic posture and recorded the alteration of parameters in complex examinations. Among them pure tone threshold and speech threshold examinations were carried […]

A new method of vestibular diagnosis

INTRODUCTION: Our purpose of study is to verify the possibility of applying a diagnostic method for the evaluation of vestibular function using an “atraumatic” method of examination. We are currently using a computerized system that will objectively analyse the answer of the patients undergoing “virtual reality” stimuli in the absence of influence of external parameters. […]



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