The Association Between Cardiovascular Disease and Cochlear Function in Older Adults
- presbycusis, presbykousis. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1884
A definition of the terms "presbycusis" and "presbykousis" which both refer to loss of hearing due to aging is presented.
- High frequency hearing loss in Ullrich-Turner syndrome. Güngör, Neslihan; Böke, Bilgehan; Belgin, Erol; Tuncbilek, Ergül // European Journal of Pediatrics;2000, Vol. 159 Issue 10, p740
Abstract A total of 38 patients with Ullrich-Turner syndrome underwent standard otological and audiometric evaluation as well as high frequency audiological tests. Some 26 (68.4%) patients had a history of middle ear infections, and ten (26.3%) had required otolaryngological surgery....
- Intrapersonal Aspects of Hearing Loss in Persons Who Are Older. Kampfe, Charlene M.; Smith, S. Mae // Journal of Rehabilitation;Apr-Jun98, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p24
Discusses the intrapersonal aspects and psychosocial implications of hearing loss. Information on hearing loss; Two categories of psychosocial considerations relevant to presbycusis; Results of a study on hearing loss among older persons.
- Exploiting Dual Otoacoustic Emission Sources. Abdala, Carolina; Kalluri, Radha // AIP Conference Proceedings;2016, Vol. 1703, p090015-1
Two distinct processes generate otoacoustic emissions (OAEs). Reflection-source emissions, here recorded as stimulus frequency OAEs, are optimally informative at low sound levels and are more sensitive to slight hearing loss; they have been linked to cochlear amplifier gain and tuning....
- VALIDATION OF A SELF-REPORT INSTRUMENT TO IDENTIFY OLDER PERSONS WITH HEARING LOSS. Welsh, K.; Reuben, D.; Moore, A.; Damesyn, M.; Greendale, G. // Gerontologist;Oct1996 Supplement, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p326
Background: Hearing loss is among the most common conditions affecting older persons, yet it is under-recognized and under-treated by clinicians. In this study, we attempted to validate a set of self-report questions that would identify older persons who were particularly likely to have hearing...
- Aging and Word Recognition in Competing Message. Wiley, Terry L.; Cruickshanks, Karen J.; Nondahl, David M.; Tweed, Ted S.; Klein, Ronald; Klein, Barbara E.K.; Klein, Barbara E. K. // Journal of the American Academy of Audiology;Jun1998, Vol. 9 Issue 3
As part of an epidemiologic study of hearing disorders in older adults, word recognition performance (NU-6 word lists in quiet and in competing message) was evaluated for 3189 adults grouped by age (48-59 years, n = 1176; 60-69 years, n = 979; 70-79 years, n = 794; 80-92 years, n = 240)....
- Causes. Landau, Elaine // Deafness (0-8050-2993-1);1994, p14
Focuses on the causes of deafness. Details on hereditary deafness; Information on nonhereditary deafness; Discussion on noise-related and age-related deafness.
- Reversible bilateral sensori-neural hearing loss due to olanzapine in a male suffering from bipolar affective disorder. Gupta, Sumit Kumar; Shwetank, Bansal // Indian Journal of Pharmacology;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p453
An elderly male with Bipolar Affective Disorder (BPAD) developed reversible ototoxicity, manifesting as bilateral sensory-neural hearing loss (SNHL) with administration of olanzapine.
- Prevalence of Hearing Loss in Black and White Elders: Results of the Cardiovascular Health Study. Pratt, Sheila R.; Kuller, Lewis; Talbott, Evelyn O.; McHugh-Pemu, Kathleen; Buhari, Alhaji M.; Xiaohui Xu // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2009, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p973
Purpose: The goal of this study was to determine the impact of age, gender, and race on the prevalence and severity of hearing loss in elder adults, aged 72-96 years, after accounting for income, education, smoking, and clinical and subclinical cardiovascular disease. Methods: Air-conduction...