A multiple-electrode hearing prosthesis for cochlea implantation in deaf patients.

Abstract

A multiple-electrode hearing prosthesis for cochlea implantation in deaf patients has been developed at the University of Melbourne. It has been designed as a multiple-electrode implant to provide the best chance of enabling patients to understand speech. It has been shown that an electrode array can be threaded along the coills of the inner ear close to… (More)

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@article{Clark1977AMH, title={A multiple-electrode hearing prosthesis for cochlea implantation in deaf patients.}, author={Graeme M. Clark and Raymond C. Black and Debra Dewhurst and Ian Cameron Forster and James F. Patrick and Yu C. Tong}, journal={Medical progress through technology}, year={1977}, volume={5 3}, pages={127-40} }