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Painful rash of the auricle: Herpes zoster oticus

December 19, 2014  |  Chao-Yin Kuo, MD; Yuan-Yung Lin, MD; Chih-Hung Wang, MD, PhD

A PCR assay in addition to conventional serologic testing provides quick confirmation of the diagnosis of herpes zoster oticus infection.

Prognosticating hearing outcome in patients with idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss by means of otoacoustic emissions and auditory brainstem response

December 12, 2017  |  Masoud Motasaddi Zarandy, MD; Mohammad Taghi Khorsandi Ashtiani, MD; Shahin Bastaninejad, MD; Sasan Dabiri Satri, MD; Sevil Nasirmohtaram, MD; Nourullah Agha Ebrahimi, BSC

Abstract

This is an analytic-descriptive study, parallel with a randomized, controlled trial performed at Amir'Alam Hospital, a tertiary referral center, with the aim of evaluating the correlation between otoacoustic emission (OAE) and auditory brainstem response (ABR) findings with...

Presbycusis-peripheral and central

December 12, 2017  |  Kourosh Parham, MD, PhD, FACS; Karen M. Kost, MD, FRCSC

Approximately a quarter of older patients who own hearing aids do not use them.

Skin necrosis in a magnet-based bone-conduction implant

December 12, 2017  |  Sara Gallant, MD; Judy Lee, MD; Daniel Jethanamest, MD

Patients with complicated wound sites or multiple surgeries should be counseled to carefully monitor their skin as they have reduced sensation.

"Live" tinnitus

November 3, 2017  |  Chia-Chun Liu, MD; Ming-Yee Lin, MD

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A controlled comparison of auditory steady-state responses and pure-tone audiometry in patients with hearing loss

November 3, 2017  |  Raman Wadhera, MS; Sharad Hernot, MS; Sat Paul Gulati, MS; Vijay Kalra, MS

Abstract

We performed a prospective interventional study to evaluate correlations between hearing thresholds determined by pure-tone audiometry (PTA) and auditory steady-state response (ASSR) testing in two types of patients with hearing loss and a control group of persons with normal...

Management of benign middle ear tumors: A series of 7 cases

November 3, 2017  |  Z. Jason Qian, MD; Amy M. Coffey, MD; Kathleen M. O'Toole, MD; Anil K. Lalwani, MD

Abstract

Benign middle ear tumors represent a rare group of neoplasms that vary widely in their pathology, anatomy, and clinical findings. These factors have made it difficult to establish guidelines for the resection of such tumors. Here we present 7 unique cases of these rare and...

A novel etiology for pneumolabyrinth after temporal bone fracture without otic capsule involvement

November 3, 2017  |  Thomas J. Muelleman, MD; Vidur Bhalla, MD; Hinrich Staecker, MD, PhD

Abstract

Pneumolabyrinth has been considered an indicator of otic capsule involvement in temporal bone fractures. We present a novel theory for the etiology of pneumolabyrinth in a trauma patient without an otic capsule fracture: passage of intrathecal air into the labyrinth. Our...

Correlation between sensorineural hearing loss and chronic otorrhea

November 3, 2017  |  Fernanda Martinho Dobrianskyj, MS; Isis Rocha Dias Goncalves, DO; Yumi Tamaoki, DO; Edson Ibrahim Mitre, MD; Fernando A. Quintanilha Ribeiro, PhD

Abstract

Many studies have attempted to correlate chronic otorrhea in children and in adults with the sensorineural hearing loss in the affected ear, with contradictory results. This loss might be the result of the likely toxicity of the bacteria involved, effects of inflammatory...

Surgical trainees and powered-drill use do not affect type I tympanoplasty hearing outcomes

September 18, 2017  |  David T. Kent, MD; David H. Chi, MD; Dennis J. Kitsko, DO

Abstract

The purposes of this study were to determine if use of a powered drill or trainee involvement during tympanoplasty is associated with a decline in sensorineural hearing, as well as to examine whether trainee involvement affected tympanic membrane (TM) closure rates. This study...

Long-standing, near total tympanic membrane perforation

September 18, 2017  |  J. Scott Greene, MD, FACS

Although most spontaneous perforations heal, repeated ruptures and chronic suppuration can lead to permanent perforations.

Social media in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery

September 18, 2017  |  Modupe Oyewumi, MD; John Lee, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Allan Vescan, MD, FRCSC

Abstract

The objective of this study was to assess the current use of social media tools within Canadian otolaryngology-head and neck surgery (OHNS) programs and to assess the interest within these programs to integrate social media for networking, social, and educational programs. A...

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