Jungeun Shin

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Thyroplasty type I is one of several surgical treatments in which improving the voice of unilateral vocal fold paralysis is the ultimate objective. The goal of the surgery is the medialization of the paralyzed vocal fold. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of thyroplasty type I through acoustical analysis, aerodynamic measures, and(More)
OBJECTIVES The goals of the study were to compare the middle ear (ME) volumes from both normal and lesioned ears, and these ME volumes were measured by a digital image processing computed tomography (CT) program in patients with unilateral chronic otitis media, and we wanted to compare the ME volumes of the lesioned ears by comparing the ME volumes obtained(More)
It has been reported that vibration applied either on the mastoid or on the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscles induces nystagmus in normal subjects or patients after unilateral vestibular neuritis (VN). The aims of the study were to characterize vibration-induced nystagmus (VIN) in normal and patient groups and to propose the mechanism of VIN. We recorded(More)
OBJECTIVES Most patients complaining of dizziness seek medical services in the interictal period, which is thought to be a compensated stage. Thus, we wanted to investigate the results of vestibular function tests (VFTs) at a compensated stage in patients with vestibular neuritis to determine the presence and the sides of vestibular hypofunction. STUDY(More)
OBJECTIVES To verify if vibration-induced nystagmus (VIN) in patients with vestibular neuritis changes over time and to compare the results of VIN test to those of caloric test and head-shaking nystagmus (HSN) test. STUDY DESIGN Retrospective study of a series of cases. METHODS We compared VIN and HSN tests using caloric test results in 22 patients(More)
Virtual reality has been used to measure abnormal social characteristics, particularly in one-to-one situations. In real life, however, conversations with multiple companions are common and more complicated than two-party conversations. In this study, we explored the features of social behaviors in patients with schizophrenia during virtual multiparty(More)
In social anxiety disorder (SAD), anxiety reactions are triggered by attentional bias to social threats that automatically appear in social situations. The present study aimed to investigate the neural basis and underlying resting-state pathology of attentional bias toward internal and external social threats as a core element of SAD. Twenty-two patients(More)
OBJECTIVES The function of outer hair cells can be measured objectively and noninvasively by distortion product otoacoustic emission (DPOAE). The aims of the study were to investigate the changes of DPOAE in the recovery course and to pursue the relationship between the changes of DPOAE and hearing improvement in patients with sudden sensorineural hearing(More)
The purpose of this study was to analyze test-retest reliability of vibration-induced nystagmus (VIN) in dizzy patients. Fifty-two consecutive patients with positive eye movements induced by vibration at all four different stimulation sites were enrolled. Evaluation of VIN was repeated in 2 separate sessions, 30 minutes apart. Maximum slow-phase eye(More)
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