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The objective of the study was to identify the effects of King‐Kopetzky syndrome on emotional well‐being and the effects of emotional well‐being on the condition itself. The study was designed as a qualitative study using semi‐structured interviews, using six patients with long‐standing...
This study describes the prevalence of children attending a school for the deaf in Copenhagen in 2002/2003 and the factors causing their hearing impairment (HI). In order to obtain longitudinal cross‐sectional information a comparison was made with causes evaluated in 1953, 1983 and 1993...
Several studies have examined the relationship between diabetes mellitus and hearing loss, but with conflicting findings. In this study the hearing levels of 68 diabetic patients were determined, compared to 58 non‐diabetic control group, and in addition a comparison was made between subgroups...
Tinnitus is often described as subjective or objective tinnitus. This categorisation is sometimes inconsistent with classification such as ‘pathological’, ‘temporary’, ‘extra‐auditory ’or ‘associated tinnitus’. The great majority of the tinnitus sufferers have subjective...
The acceptance of rehabilitative intervention by hearing impaired people is determined more by the severity of the emotional impact of the hearing impairment than by the impairment itself. The presence of a family history as a factor which could influence the emotional impact is explored in a...
The Jervell and Lange‐Nielsen syndrome is one of the best known and most extensively studied deafness syndromes inherited as an autosomal recessive trait. Its hallmarks are congenital profound bilateral sensorineural hearing loss associated with electrocardiograph anomalies. In this case study...
We have carried out a study to ascertain the prevalence of permanent unilateral hearing loss in Warrington, and to establish the usefulness of audiological assessment and computed tomography (CT) of the temporal bone in the evaluation and management of the children. Full ascertainment of 37...
The aim of this study was to investigate the functional properties of the cochlea in subjects with type 1 (insulin‐dependent) diabetes mellitus. Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) were measured in 21 normally hearing, well controlled, type 1 diabetic patients aged 23–42 years...
This article explores the recently suggested possibility that the phrase “ temps perdu ”, present in the title of the masterpiece of Marcel Proust, may have a scientific origin. Exactly the same expression was indeed used in 1851, about fifty years before Proust, by Hermann von Helmholtz, to...
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