Ganglion cell counts in the cochleae of patients with normal audiograms.

Abstract

Spiral ganglion cells were counted in the right cochleae of 16 patients with normal audiograms and without a history of hearing deficit or other auditory symptoms. Total counts ranged from 29 802 to 38 352, with a mean of 33 623. There was no relationship between total counts and patient age or between total counts and length of either the cochlea or the spiral ganglion.

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@article{Hinojosa1985GanglionCC, title={Ganglion cell counts in the cochleae of patients with normal audiograms.}, author={Ra{\'u}l Hinojosa and R Seligsohn and Stephen A. Lerner}, journal={Acta oto-laryngologica}, year={1985}, volume={99 1-2}, pages={8-13} }