A F Fitzgerald O'Connor

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Deviation of gait in a stepping test has been proposed as a useful indicator of peripheral labyrinthine dysfunction. A prospective study of 26 patients suspected of having uncompensated peripheral labyrinthine dysfunction and 49 normal patients with normal labyrinthine dysfunction showed no significant difference in performance of the Unterberger stepping(More)
HYPOTHESIS The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of cochlear implant electrode insertion on middle-ear low frequency function in humans. BACKGROUND Preservation of residual low frequency hearing with addition of electrical speech processing can improve the speech perception abilities and hearing in noise of cochlear implant users.(More)
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