Giovanni Tonoli

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Hearing loss during removal of acoustic neuroma (AN) may be due to labyrinthine and/or neural and/or vascular damage. Surgical maneuvers relating to perioperative and postoperative hearing may give rise to mechanisms of auditory impairment. Recording action potentials from the intracranial portion of the cochlear nerve (CN) has proven particularly useful(More)
The goal of our study was to estimate the presence (or absence) of latero-cervical nodal metastases (pN+), in patients with squamous oropharyngeal cancer, correlating this finding with T stage. We examined 255 patients out of 329 affected by squamous oropharyngeal cancer, from 1976 to 2005. The 255 patients examined were treated surgically (both T and N).(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether intraoperative electrocochleography during cochlear implant surgery provides online feedback to modify surgical procedure, reduce trauma, and increase preservation of residual hearing. STUDY DESIGN Prospective cohort study. SETTING Tertiary referral center, Otolaryngology Department, University of Verona. SUBJECTS AND(More)
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