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Clinical features and treatment outcomes of otitis media with antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA)-associated vasculitis (OMAAV): A retrospective analysis of 235 patients from a nationwide
Objective: We aimed to analyze clinical features and treatment outcomes of otitis media caused by antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA)-associated vasculitis (AAV), i.e. otitis media with AAVExpand
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Staging and classification criteria for middle ear cholesteatoma proposed by the Japan Otological Society.
In order to provide a basis for meaningful exchange of information among those treating cholesteatoma, the Committee on Nomenclature of the Japan Otological Society (JOS) was appointed in 2004 toExpand
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Correlation of CT analysis and audiometry in Japanese otosclerosis.
OBJECTIVE To determine the extent of audiometric correlation with CT findings. METHODS Forty-four patients (82 ears) with surgically confirmed otosclerosis underwent preoperative CT examination.Expand
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Petrous high jugular bulb: a histological study.
PURPOSE A high jugular bulb (JB) is thought to affect structures of the inner ear and possibly cause symptoms there, but clear histological findings of an anatomical relationship between a high JBExpand
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Effect of single-drug treatment on idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss.
OBJECTIVES In order to evaluate the effect of a medical administration for the sudden deafness patients, single-drug treatment for idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss (ISSHL) was assessed atExpand
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EAONO/JOS Joint Consensus Statements on the Definitions, Classification and Staging of Middle Ear Cholesteatoma.
The European Academy of Otology and Neurotology (EAONO) has previously published a consensus document on the definitions and classification of cholesteatoma. It was based on the Delphi consensusExpand
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Encapsulated nerve corpuscles in the human tympanic membrane
SummaryEncapsulated nerve endings were found in both the subepidermal connective tissue and the lamina propria of a human tympanic membrane. The structure of the corpuscles was round or oval andExpand
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Different Clinical Characteristics of Aminoglycoside-Induced Profound Deafness with and without the 1555 A→G Mitochondrial Mutation
Recent genetic studies have shown that hereditary susceptibility to aminoglycoside antibiotics is caused by the 1555 A→G mitochondrial mutation. We found the 1555 mutation in 4 out of 68 postlingualExpand
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Magnetic resonance imaging in patients with sudden deafness.
Although many theories on the etiology of sudden deafness have been proposed, the main pathological focus remains uncertain. In this study, MR examinations were performed on patients with unilateralExpand
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Cochlear implantation in an intralabyrinthine acoustic neuroma patient after resection of an intracanalicular tumour.
This case study describes a therapeutic strategy using a cochlear implant for a bilateral acoustic neuroma deafened patient. The cochlear nerve had previously been sacrificed on one side duringExpand
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