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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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Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Otologic tests

Distortion product otoacoustic emissions in tinnitus patients

Tinnitus is a symptom that affects a great number of patients. Its diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up are difficult, owing to its subjectivity. The authors propose the use of distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) in tinnitus evaluation. They studied three groups: controls, having no complaint of tinnitus and normal hearing; group 1, presenting tinnitus and normal […]


Present condition of the universal newborn infant hearing screening in saitama prefecture, and early intervention

Automatic ABR was introduced into Japan in 1997, and Universal Newborn Hearing Screening of a newborn infant term was enabled. The model research study of hearing screening in Japan was started 2001, and Saitama Prefecture was started the inspection research from October 2002. Many newborn babies started received hearing screening from 1999 in our medical […]


Dynamics of hearing threshold alteration during the glycerol test in meniere’s disease

Glycerol test is still the most popular non-invasive specific test in Meniere’s disease. There are too few reports in literature regarding dynamics of the hearing level alteration in the course of the glycerol test. PURPOSE – to follow up dynamics of pure tone threshold alteration induced by glycerol in patients with defined Meniere’s disease, suspected […]


Auditory pathways: spatial distribution in cortical brain in normal and tinnitus patients studied through loreta

Advances in basic research in neurosciences and the introduction of new non-invasive techniques, that make possible the detection of weak signals of the brain, have revolutionized diagnosis and treatment. The most often used methods for functional imaging of the human brain are positron emission tomography (PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI). More recently, a […]


Tinnitus supratentorial areas study through brain electric tomography (loreta)

The tinnitus can be functionally measured and localized through sensorymotor and neurosensorial tests, then there arises a great demand for a systematic pharmacological treatment. These tests indicate the numerous and different locations of the symptom, and enable us to prove that in around 24% of the patients, tinnitus has a peripheral origin, in 35% it […]


Neural response telemetry – a clinical tool for programming speech processors in children with cochlear implant

Programming of the speech-processors in children provided with Cochlear Implant causes sometimes problems, especially in very small children. This becomes important at this time as the implantation-age of the children decreases continuously. With Neural Response Telemetry (NRT) stands for the Nucleus ® 24 Cochlear Implant system a new principle of programming of the speech processor […]


Tinnitus evoked by speech

Modulation of tinnitus by a variety of somatosensory stimuli and alteration of gaze has been described. We present two cases of tinnitus induced by speech (voice). The tinnitus was troublesome in both patients, and both had hearing loss and ischemic changes in the central nervous system documented by magnetic resonance imaging. We discuss cross-modal plasticity […]


Tinnitus neurotopography: pathways and areas studied through brain electric tomography (loreta)

Advances in basic research in neurosciences and the introduction of new non-invasive techniques, that make possible the detection of weak signals of the brain, have revolutionized diagnosis and treatment. The most often used methods for functional imaging of the human brain are positron emission tomography (PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). More recently, a […]


Audiological screening in a group of portuguese adolescents: the role of leisure noises

Aim of study: Hearing loss caused by exposure to recreational noise is considered a devastating disability, not least because it is virtually 100 percent preventable. No consensus exists regarding the magnitude of the risk. This study prospectively assesses the hearing threshold in a group of Portuguese adolescents, related to their habits of noise exposure. Method: […]


Audiometric control in telemarketing

Objective: This work intends to find hearing loss or audiometric shifts in a group of telemarketing operators.


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