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Sensorineural Hearing Loss With Diving

Sensorineural Hearing Loss With Diving Abstract Sensorineural hearing loss was associated with skin diving in three men. There appeared to be similarities between losses due to barotrauma and noise in one case, suggesting that perceptive losses with diving may not follow a single pattern. References 1. Boot GW: Caisson workers deafness . Ann Otol 22:1121-1132, 1913. 2. Lester JG, Gomez V: Observations made in the caissons of the new East River bridge, as to the effect of compressed air on the human ear . Arch Otol 27:1-19, 1898. 3. Vail HH: Traumatic conditions of the ear in workers in an atmosphere of compressed air . Arch Otolaryng 10:113-126, 1929.Crossref 4. Schilling CW, Everley IA: Auditory acuity in submarine personnel . US Navy Med Bull 40:664-687, 1942. 5. Taylor GDT: The otolaryngologic aspects of skin and scuba diving . Laryngoscope 69:809-858, 1959.Crossref 6. Wilke M: Otol, hearing disorders in skin divers . Deutsch Gesundh 20:1149-1156, 1965. 7. MacFie DD: ENT problems of diving . Med Serv J Canada 20:845-861, 1964. 8. Simmons FB: Theory of membrane breaks in sudden hearing loss . Arch Otolaryng 88:41-48, 1968.Crossref 9. Fields JA: Skin diving, the physiological and otolaryngological aspects . Arch Otolaryng 68:531-541, 1958.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

Sensorineural Hearing Loss With Diving

Archives of Otolaryngology , Volume 93 (5) – May 1, 1971

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1971 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9977
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10.1001/archotol.1971.00770060747012
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Abstract

Abstract Sensorineural hearing loss was associated with skin diving in three men. There appeared to be similarities between losses due to barotrauma and noise in one case, suggesting that perceptive losses with diving may not follow a single pattern. References 1. Boot GW: Caisson workers deafness . Ann Otol 22:1121-1132, 1913. 2. Lester JG, Gomez V: Observations made in the caissons of the new East River bridge, as to the effect of compressed air on the human ear . Arch Otol 27:1-19, 1898. 3. Vail HH: Traumatic conditions of the ear in workers in an atmosphere of compressed air . Arch Otolaryng 10:113-126, 1929.Crossref 4. Schilling CW, Everley IA: Auditory acuity in submarine personnel . US Navy Med Bull 40:664-687, 1942. 5. Taylor GDT: The otolaryngologic aspects of skin and scuba diving . Laryngoscope 69:809-858, 1959.Crossref 6. Wilke M: Otol, hearing disorders in skin divers . Deutsch Gesundh 20:1149-1156, 1965. 7. MacFie DD: ENT problems of diving . Med Serv J Canada 20:845-861, 1964. 8. Simmons FB: Theory of membrane breaks in sudden hearing loss . Arch Otolaryng 88:41-48, 1968.Crossref 9. Fields JA: Skin diving, the physiological and otolaryngological aspects . Arch Otolaryng 68:531-541, 1958.Crossref

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Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 1, 1971

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