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Vestibulocochlear manifestations in patients with type I diabetes mellitus
Vestibular findings in relapsing, remitting multiple sclerosis: a study of thirty patients.
The high incidence of vestibular disorders observed in patients with relapsing and remitting multiple sclerosis indicates that this population might benefit from specific rehabilitation programs and may contribute to the understanding of this pathology.
High-frequency hearing threshold in adult women with multiple sclerosis.
It is concluded that high-frequency sounds seemed to be detected more easily by MS patients than by controls, and there was a general increase in the hearing sensitivity for high frequencies in MS patients.
Vestibular Findings in Children with Hearing Loss
* Phonoaudiologist, Master in Communication Disorder by Universidade Tuiuti do Paraná – UTP (Tuiuti University – Paraná). ** Clinical Doctor, PhD in Anatomy by UNIFESP and Professor of Post…
Vestibular dysfunction in adolescents and young adults after kidney transplant.
The need to show professionals involved in patients with chronic kidney disease, those undergoing renal transplant and dialitic treatment the importance of prevention and early identification of otoneurological involvement is emphasized.
Neurotological findings in patients with Parkinson's disease
Vestibular rehabilitation: clinical benefits to patients with Parkinson's disease.
- B. Zeigelboim, K. Klagenberg, H. Teive, R. Munhoz, Jackeline Martins-Bassetto
- MedicineArquivos de neuro-psiquiatria
- 1 June 2009
The VR following the Cawthorne and Cooksey protocol were shown to be useful in managing subjective complaints of several aspects evaluated in this protocol.
Clinical benefits to vestibular rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis. Report of 4 cases.
- B. Zeigelboim, P. Liberalesso, A. Jurkiewicz, K. Klagenberg
- Medicine, PsychologyThe international tinnitus journal
The VR exercises appeared useful in reducing subjective complaints of the study participants and there was significant improvement in the physical, functional and emotional aspects of the DHI after the completion of the VR.
Evaluation of central auditive processing in patients with Parkinson disease
Professora Adjunta do Curso de Fonoaudiologia da Universidade Tuiuti do Paraná, Professor e Coordenador do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Medicina Interna e Ciências da Saúde da UFPr.
Perception of Noise Pollution in a Youth and Adults School in Curitiba-PR
- Orlando Borges Filho, Angela Ribas, C. Gonçalves, A. Lacerda, Renato Riesemberg, K. Klagenberg
- EducationInternational archives of otorhinolaryngology
- 19 December 2016
How the population of students of a youth and adult school in Curitiba perceives noise pollution is understood as well as look into the actions that the school adopts in order to guide the students on the topic.