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Prevalence of permanent childhood hearing impairment in the United Kingdom and implications for universal neonatal hearing screening: questionnaire based ascertainment study.
- H. Fortnum, A. Summerfield, D. Marshall, A. Davis, J. Bamford
- BMJ : British Medical Journal
- 8 September 2001
Abstract Objective: To estimate the prevalence of confirmed permanent childhood hearing impairment and its profile across age and degree of impairment in the United Kingdom. Design: Retrospective… Expand
Categories of Auditory Performance.
- S. Archbold, M. Lutman, D. Marshall
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Annals of otology, rhinology & laryngology…
- 1 September 1995
Categories of Auditory Performance (CAP) is an index consisting of eight performance categories arranged in order of increasing difficulty. It has been used to categorize 53 children who had been… Expand
Responses of ventral cochlear nucleus onset and chopper units as a function of signal bandwidth.
1. The responses of units in the ventral cochlear nucleus in anesthetized guinea pigs have been measured to best-frequency tones, noise bands geometrically centered around the unit best frequency,… Expand
A cost-utility scenario analysis of bilateral cochlear implantation.
- A. Summerfield, D. Marshall, G. Barton, K. Bloor
- Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery
- 1 November 2002
CONTEXT Unilateral cochlear implantation is a cost-effective intervention for profound bilateral hearing loss. There is worldwide interest in providing implants bilaterally. OBJECTIVE To use… Expand
Clinical evaluation and test-retest reliability of the IHR-McCormick Automated Toy Discrimination Test.
- Q. Summerfield, A. R. Palmer, J. Foster, D. Marshall, T. Twomey
- Psychology, Medicine
- British journal of audiology
The IHR-McCormick Automated Toy Discrimination Test (ATT) measures the minimum sound level at which a child can identify words presented in quiet in the sound field. This 'word-discrimination… Expand
The evolution of acute renal failure, 1956-1988.
- J. Turney, D. Marshall, A. Brownjohn, C. Ellis, F. Parsons
- The Quarterly journal of medicine
A total of 1347 patients with severe acute renal failure, treated at a single centre between 1956 and 1988, are reviewed. Only patients with an acute uraemic episode requiring dialysis and/or with… Expand
Risk factors in calcium stone disease of the urinary tract.
- W. G. Robertson, M. Peacock, P. Heyburn, D. Marshall, P. B. Clark
- British journal of urology
- 1 December 1978
The concept that calcium stone formation may be explained on the basis of a number of risk factors is developed. The main risk factors involved are shown to be calcium, oxalate, pH, acid… Expand
Spinal osteoporosis in men.
In 94 men with crush fracture, 40 were found to have primary osteoporosis. Cross-sectional measurements of a number of variables related to bone in these 40 patients were compared to the values in… Expand
Necrotizing fasciitis caused by group A streptococcus infection after laser blepharoplasty.
PURPOSE To describe a patient who developed early signs of necrotizing fasciitis after undergoing laser blepharoplasty. METHODS A 36-year-old woman developed wound discharge, wound dehiscence, and… Expand
Non-use of cochlear implants by post-lingually deafened adults
- D. Marshall
- Cochlear implants international
- 1 March 2000
Abstract Objectives To document the occurrence of medical/surgical complications in the provision of cochlear implants to a cohort of post-lingually deafened adult patients; to compare cumulative… Expand