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Effect of contralateral auditory stimuli on active cochlear micro-mechanical properties in human subjects
The present study investigates the possibility that contralateral auditory stimulation along medial efferent system pathways may alter active cochlear micromechanics and hence affect evokedExpand
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Transiently evoked otoacoustic emission amplitudes change with changes of directed attention
The effect of a visual and of an auditory task on the cochlea was studied by transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs). TEOAE amplitude decreased during visual and auditory attention for allExpand
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Evaluation of cochlear implanted children's voices.
Cochlear implant (CI) is a good means in developing communication in deaf children. Nevertheless, compared to children with the same age, CI patients' voices are far from being similar. In this work,Expand
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Contralateral suppression of evoked otoacoustic emissions and detection of a multi-tone complex in noise.
Although some findings suggest that auditory efferent fibers are involved in perception in noise, their function remains controversial. The contralateral suppression of evoked otoacoustic emissionsExpand
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Correlation Between Electrical Auditory Brainstem Response and Perceptual Thresholds in Digisonic Cochlear Implant Users
Objectives: To examine the relationships between psychophysical perceptions and the electrically evoked auditory brainstem responses (EABRs) in multichannel cochlear implant (CI) users and toExpand
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Effects of contralateral white noise on click-evoked emissions in normal and sensorineural ears: towards an exploration of the medial olivocochlear system.
The association between contralateral stimulation and evoked otoacoustic emissions (EOAEs) allows study of sound-evoked olivocochlear feedback and then of the medial olivocochlear system. A methodExpand
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Evidence of peripheral hearing asymmetry in humans: clinical implications.
Auditory system hemispheric asymmetry in language processing is well-established, and there are many indications of lateralization as of the peripheral auditory system i.e., as of the cochlea. TheExpand
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Cochlear implants for adults obtaining marginal benefit from acoustic amplification: a European study.
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to examine the application of a speech recognition score of 30% on open-set word materials as the upper limit for preoperative performance in determining cochlear implantExpand
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Loudness growth functions and EABR characteristics in Digisonic cochlear implantees.
Electrically evoked auditory brainstem responses (EABRs) and loudness functions were measured in 14 subjects equipped with an MXM Digisonic cochlear implant. EABRs were evoked by 75-Hz pulse trainsExpand
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Evoked otoacoustic emissions: correlates between spectrum analysis and audiogram.
Correlations between spectrum analysis of evoked otoacoustic emissions (EOAEs) and hearing losses have been calculated in 150 patients with pure sensorineural hearing loss. Significant correlationsExpand
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