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Hearing outcome of sudden sensorineural hearing loss: Long-term follow-up
The long-term results for a three-month retrospective series of 156 patients diagnosed with idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss are described, although this result should be further studied by additional research. Expand
Analysis of prognostic factors in Bell's palsy and Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
There was no prognostic factor found in the Bell's palsy patients in this study, and the prognostic factors of HZO were age, diabetus mellitus, essential hypertension and vertigo. Expand
Volume variation of mastoid pneumatization in different age groups: a study by three-dimensional reconstruction based on computed tomography images
The results showed that mastoid pneumatization continued to grow until the third decade, thereafter, it declined slowly, and then rapidly after the seventh decade, and no statistically significant difference was found between male and female or between right and left sides. Expand
Clinical efficacy of fat-graft myringoplasty for perforations of different sizes and locations
Fat-graft myringoplasty has a reliable tympanic closure rate for small to large perforations, but yields poor hearing improvement in the latter case, and on a per-group basis, the >30% perforation group had the poorest results and the difference was statistically significant. Expand
Comparison of Cochlear Morphology and Apoptosis in Mouse Models of Presbycusis
The data suggest that the C57 mouse could be an excellent animal model for early onset 'sensory' presbycusis in their young age until P6mo, and further studies to investigate the intrinsic or extrinsic etiologic factors that lead to the early degeneration of organ of Corti in C57 mice may provide a possible pathological mechanism of early onset hearing loss. Expand
Tinnitus in patients with chronic otitis media before and after middle ear surgery
Following middle ear surgery, most patients experienced a reduction in tinnitus and restored hearing, with surgery perceived as an important contributory factor. Expand
Clinical Diagnostic Accuracy of Otitis Media with Effusion in Children, and Significance of Myringotomy: Diagnostic or Therapeutic?
Otomicroscopy seems to have the potential to become the standard for diagnosis of OME and for validation of pneumatic otoscopy in children and it is proper to limit indications of myringotomy to some selected cases. Expand
Serum Heat Shock Protein 70 and its Correlation with Clinical Characteristics in Patients with Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
This study performs a study to investigate the possibility of HSP70 being found in circulation and to observe its possible clinical role in patients with sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL). Expand
Hearing restoration in a deaf animal model with intravenous transplantation of mesenchymal stem cells derived from human umbilical cord blood.
Intravenous transplantation of UCB-MSCs can enhance hearing thresholds, outer-hair cells and increase the number of spiral ganglion neurons (SGNs) in a sensorineural hearing loss animal model. Expand
Three-dimensional reconstruction based on images from spiral high-resolution computed tomography of the temporal bone: anatomy and clinical application.
  • B. Jun, S. Song, +4 authors S. Yeo
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of laryngology and otology
  • 1 September 2005
A 3D reconstruction of temporal bone CT might be useful for education and increasing understanding of the anatomical structures of the temporal bone, but it will be necessary to confirm the correlation between the 3D reconstructed images and histological sections through a validation study. Expand