A temporal bone study of insertion trauma and intracochlear position of cochlear implant electrodes. II: Comparison of Spiral Clarion and HiFocus II electrodes.

@article{Wardrop2005ATB,
  title={A temporal bone study of insertion trauma and intracochlear position of cochlear implant electrodes. II: Comparison of Spiral Clarion and HiFocus II electrodes.},
  author={Peter Wardrop and David Whinney and Stephen J. Rebscher and William Luxford and Patricia A. Leake},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2005},
  volume={203 1-2},
  pages={68-79}
}
In recent years, several new designs of cochlear implant electrodes have been introduced clinically with the goal of optimizing perimodiolar placement of stimulation sites. Previous studies suggest that perimodiolar electrodes may increase both the efficiency and performance of a cochlear implant. This is the second of two studies designed to examine the positioning of electrodes and the occurrence of insertion-related injury with these newer designs and to directly compare two perimodiolar… CONTINUE READING

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