K L Rodenhiser

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Potential distributions measured within the scala tympani of the anesthetized guinea pig support the assertion that focusing is possible when currents are appropriately delivered to the electrodes in the scala tympani. Results obtained with a lumped-element model agree with measurements made in the inner ears of monkeys during monopolar and bipolar(More)
A pseudo-inverse technique has been applied to a lumped-element model of the first turn of an implanted cochlea of a guinea pig. The method calculates the currents necessary to focus or distribute stimuli in desired patterns across the location of the family of auditory nerve cells in the implanted ear. Studies in animals are being undertaken to validate(More)
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