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Recent progress in gene identification for non-syndromic deafness demonstrates the efficacy of using a large family approach. To assess if clinical and genetic heterogeneity exists in families with non-syndromic hearing impairment we have identified five large Chinese families suitable for...
A survey conducted in 2004 highlighted a lack of awareness about Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) amongst audiologists and speech and language therapists in the UK. This was to be expected due to the lack of epidemiological information available and the lack of consensus over definition,...
Sensory hairs cells are the mechanotransducers of the inner ear that are essential for hearing and balance. Death of hair cells (HCs) commonly occurs following acoustic trauma or exposure to ototoxins such as aminoglycosides or cisplatin, and as a consequence of ageing. It has generally been...
Specific patterns of sensory activity may invoke neuroplastic remodelling in the young and adult mammalian brain. Among the indicators for the initiation of neuronal remodelling is the expression of immediate early genes (IEGs). The IEG c-Fos encodes a monomer of the transcription factor dimer...
The present study investigated the role of overprediction in patients with vestibular disorders. The study was set up to investigate if the match/mismatch model is applicable for vestibular disorders. This model suggests that a tendency to overestimate the subjective impact of aversive events...
The syndrome of mal de debarquement describes a persisting sensation of motion, following a period of travel. The syndrome is illustrated with three brief case studies. These patients had symptoms for months up to years, resulting in considerable despair and disability. The cases, together with...
We explored whether or not perceived health, subjective well-being, everyday life consequences of hearing loss, and/or use of communication strategies in experienced hearing aid users were associated with the outcome of renewed counselling, i.e. a prescription of a new hearing aid(s) (HA(s))or...
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