[To Wittmaack's theory of "hearing without the organ of Corti" (author's transl)].


1911 Wittmaack had shown by experiments in cats that the organ of Corti is independent from the cochlear nerve but dependent from a normal internal auditory artery. Similar findings he could observe in his temporal bone collection in cases of acoustic nerve tumors. On the other hand many human cases with the compression phenomenon of the organ of Corti had… (More)


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