A new low-noise signal acquisition protocol and electrode placement for electrocochleography (ECOG) recordings

@article{Kumaragamage2015ANL,
  title={A new low-noise signal acquisition protocol and electrode placement for electrocochleography (ECOG) recordings},
  author={Chathura Kumaragamage and Brian Lithgow and Zahra Moussavi},
  journal={Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing},
  year={2015},
  volume={53},
  pages={499-509}
}
Electrocochleography (ECOG) is a low-amplitude electrophysiological measurement technique primarily used as an assistive tool for the diagnosis of Ménière’s disease. Of the two types of ECOG, transtympanic (TT) and extratympanic (ET), ET-ECOG has gained popularity due to its noninvasive nature; however, it suffers from increased susceptibility to various types of noise, due to the low-signal amplitude (~1 µV scale) associated with the method. Therefore, reliably obtaining ECOG recordings… CONTINUE READING

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