Wideband Energy Reflectance Measurements in Adults With Middle-Ear Disorders
- Perilymphatic pressure measurement in patients with MeniÃ¨re’s disease. Mateijsen, D.J.M.; Rosingh, H.J.; Wit, H.P.; Albers, F.W.J. // European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology;Jan2001, Vol. 258 Issue 1, p1
The MMS-10 Tympanic Displacement Analyser is a new device for measuring perilymphatic pressure in humans. This instrument was used in 70 patients with MeniÃ¨reâ€™s disease (44 affected ears) and a group of 50 young normal hearing subjects. No significant differences in perilymphatic...
- TYMPANOSCLEROSIS REVISITED. Kaur, Kamaljit; Sonkhya, Nishi; Bapna, A. S. // Indian Journal of Otolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery;Apr/Jun2006, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p128
Tympanosclerosis is a common clinico-pathological entity encountered by the otosurgeon. Its pathogenesis and optimum management have eluded the otologists since time immemorial. The present study was undertaken to study the incidence of tympanosclerosis amongst patients with chronic suppurative...
- Regenerative Myringoplasty - A Case Report. Rajeshwari, G.; Sundara Raju, H. // Journal of the All India Institute of Speech & Hearing;2008, Vol. 27, p102
Dry perforation of the tympanic membrane cause hearing impairment and predispose the middle ear to infections. Small dry perforations can be closed by chemical cauterization using silver nitrate in an office setting. In a chemically induced myringoplasty all the five layers of tympanic membrane...
- Confronting Deafness in an Unstilled World. Orlans, Harold // Society;May/Jun88, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p32
This article focuses on the adjustment of adults to progressive hearing loss. It can be viewed as a conflict between their drive for continued sociability and their need for the relief that solitude offers from the tensions and blows that sociability now brings. This article reviews some of the...
- Validity, Internal Consistency, and Test/Retest Reliability of a Localization Disabilities and Handicaps Questionnaire. Ruscetta, Melissa N.; Palmer, Catherine V.; Durrant, John D.; Grayhack, Judith; Ryan, Carey // Journal of the American Academy of Audiology;Sep2005, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p585
Psychometric evaluations were performed on a self-perceived localization disabilities and handicaps questionnaire. Twenty individuals with normal hearing bilaterally, twenty with profound unilateral hearing impairment (UHI), and ten with any degree of bilateral hearing impairment participated....
- Guide to conducting tinnitus retraining therapy initial and follow-up interviews. Henry, James A.; Jastreboff, Margaret M.; Jastreboff, Pawel J.; Schechter, Martin A.; Fausti, Stephen A. // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p157
Presents a guide to conducting tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) initial and follow-up interviews. Growth of TRT; Use of TRT interview forms; TRT patient categories.
- Stop Shouting! McManus, Patrick F. // Outdoor Life;Aug2003, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p108
Presents an article relating the experience of a hunter who has a hearing deficiency.
- Features of retracted (atelectatic) and ballooned (hyperectatic) tympanic membranes. Sade, Jacob // ENT: Ear, Nose & Throat Journal;Dec2002, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p815
Discusses the observations on a medical case of retracted tympanic membranes. Observations on atelectasis; Conditions associated with hyperectasis; Conclusion regarding the waxing and waning behavior of the tympanic membrane.
- The discomallear ligament and the anterior ligament of malleus: An anatomic study in human adults and fetuses. H. J. Kim; H. S. Jung; H. H. Kwak; K. S. Shim; K. S. Hu; H. D. Park; H. W. Park; I. H. Chung // Surgical & Radiologic Anatomy;Feb2004, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p39
According to some reports, movement of the malleus, resulting from anterior hypertension on the discomallear ligament (DML), could produce aural symptoms related with damage to middle ear structures. The aim of this study was to examine the topographic relationship of the DML and the anterior...