Spiral ganglion neuron loss following organ of Corti loss: a quantitative study.

@article{Webster1981SpiralGN,
  title={Spiral ganglion neuron loss following organ of Corti loss: a quantitative study.},
  author={M-T. Webster and D. B. Webster},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1981},
  volume={212 1},
  pages={17-30}
}
The packing density of spiral ganglion neurons was measured in 2.5- and 13-15-month-old guinea pigs, in guinea pigs at various times after drug-deafening or acoustic trauma, and in Waltzing guinea pigs of various ages. Analysis of variance and Duncan's new multiple range tests were used to determine significant differences between treatment/survival groups. Spiral ganglion neurons in young and old normal ears did not have significantly different packing densities. Drug-deaf guinea pigs showed a… CONTINUE READING