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Not all audiograms having a high frequency notch are due to noise damage. Head trauma and genetic factors may account for them, and another possible cause has been a presumed idiopathic sensorineural hearing loss having a NIHL-like audiometric configuration. The concept of that diagnostic entity...
A 16-year-old boy with post-traumatic hearing loss of the right ear is presented with the focus on clinical and operative observations including pre- and post-operative hearing thresholds. Pre-operative audiometry revealed a conductive hearing loss in the presence of normal otoscopy. Middle ear...
The cochlear efferent system appears to play a protective role with respect to noise-induced damage. The present study aimed to evaluate the possible role of both crossed and uncrossed olivocochlear bundles in the acquired resistance to noise, as assessed by auditory brainstem responses (ABR)...
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