Edwin M Monsell

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A case of functional hearing loss presenting as sudden sensorineural hearing loss in the only hearing ear of a musician is presented. Pure-tone audiometric evaluation showed good intratest and intertest consistency. The pitfalls of diagnosis, ultimately made by brain stem evoked response audiometry, are discussed in light of the literature on sudden and(More)
We have developed a unique method of quantitative computed tomography (QCT) that enables measurement of the density of the cochlear capsule in vivo. We performed pure-tone audiometry and QCT on 67 ears from 35 subjects with radiographically confirmed Paget's disease of the skull and on 40 ears from twenty volunteer subjects. The Pearson product-moment(More)
Auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) were recorded in 64 ears with radiographically confirmed Paget's disease involving the skull. Responses were absent in eight ears, all of which had elevated high pure-tone thresholds. Auditory brainstem responses were interpreted as normal in 56 ears; none were abnormal. Computed tomography and digital image analysis were(More)
Following horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and cobalt (CO2+) application to the pallial nerve of two species of octopus, neurons that control various aspects of mantle behaviors were located in several lobes of the three main regions of the central brain. In the subesophageal region, cells were labeled in the anterior chromatophore, posterior chromatophore,(More)
The connectivity of the stellate ganglion of Octopus was investigated using cobalt and horseradish peroxidase (HRP) tracers applied to severed preganglionic and postganglionic nerves. Centripetal cells, defined as cells in the ganglion which send their axons back toward the brain, were discovered by both methods. Application of HRP to the pallial(More)
The electronystagmographic auditory brainstem response and magnetic resonance imaging findings for a 33-year-old male with a 3.5 cm left vestibular schwannoma are presented. Of particular interest was the presence of an unusual positioning nystagmus following the Dix-Hallpike maneuver in the right head-hanging position. The patient demonstrated a nystagmus(More)
The false negative rate of the auditory brainstem response (ABR) for the detection of vestibular schwannoma (VS; acoustic neuroma) has been reported to range from 2 to 9 percent. The introduction of magnetic resonance with gadolinium contrast (Gd MRI) may be expected to raise the false negative rate, because smaller tumors can now be detected. We present(More)