Susanna Passetti

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PURPOSE People who receive a unilateral cochlear implant find speech perception in acoustically complex situations very challenging, in part because they do not have access to binaural hearing. For cochlear implant patients with some residual hearing in the nonimplanted ear, bilateral auditory input can be obtained by the use of a cochlear implant and a(More)
The preservation of residual hearing is becoming a high priority in cochlear implant surgery. It allows better speech understanding and ensures long-lasting and stable performance; it also allows the possibility, in selected cases, of combining electro-acoustic stimulation in the same ear. We present the results of a retrospective study of the conservation(More)
Post-implantation facial nerve stimulation is one of the best known and most frequent complications of the cochlear implant procedure. Some conditions, such as otosclerosis and cochlear malformations, as well as high stimulation levels that may be necessary in patients with long auditory deprivation, expose patients to a higher risk of developing(More)
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