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The Tinnitus Functional Index: Development of a New Clinical Measure for Chronic, Intrusive Tinnitus
The TFI should be useful in both clinical and research settings because of its responsiveness to treatment-related change, validity for scaling the overall severity of tinnitus, and comprehensive coverage of multiple domains of t Finnitus severity.
Facial Nerve Grading System
An easy method of measuring facial movement has been developed by one of us and is intended for use when a patient's facial nerve recovery is being assessed.
Committee on Hearing and Equilibrium Guidelines for the Evaluation of Results of Treatment of Conductive Hearing Loss ∗
Facial nerve grading systems.
- J. W. House
- MedicineThe Laryngoscope
- 1 August 1983
This study describes and statistically analyzes eight currently available systems for reliability, validity, and ease of use for reporting results of facial nerve surgery and disease.
Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids: Incidence and Management of Postoperative Complications
Significant complications are uncommon after implantation of a BAHA; however, these complications may require local wound care, antibiotics, or revision surgery.
Stapedectomy in children
The records of 34 children and teenagers with a conductive hearing impairment and an intact and mobile tympanic membrane have been reviewed and in 4 cases there was no evidence of an ossicular problem, a so‐called inner ear conductive Hearing loss.
Prognostic factors for hearing preservation in vestibular schwannoma surgery.
Endolymphatic sac tumors: radiologic appearance.
These radiologic changes may help distinguish ELSTs from other tumors of the temporal bone and posterior fossa.
Stapedectomy Versus Stapedotomy: Comparison of Results With Long‐Term Follow‐up
To compare the effectiveness and long‐term stability of hearing results between stapedectomy and small fenestra stapedotomy in patients with conductive hearing loss due to otosclerosis is compared.
Tympanosclerosis of the Stapes: Hearing Results for Various Surgical Treatments
Surgical treatment for tympanosclerosis of the stapes is a safe procedure, with hearing results similar to those of surgery for other chronic ear diseases involving the ossicular chain, and no patient had a profound hearing loss after surgery.