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TitleAudiology and neurotology : the science of hearing and balance. Electric-Acoustic stimulation of the auditory system: a review of the first decade
Author editor, Jeffrey P. Harris
Imprint Basel : Karger, c2011
Edition 1st ed
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Descript 30 p. : ill. ; 28 cm


Introduction -- Basic research -- Studies in cats -- Studies in guinea pigs -- Drug delivery studies -- Preservation of RLFH -- Insertion depth -- Histological evaluation -- Surgical techniques -- Electrode design -- Imaging techniques for assessing insertion depth -- Intracochlear pharmacological treatment -- Development of a combined EAS device -- Indication guidelines for EAS -- Fitting and rehabilitation -- Fitting -- Rehabilitation -- Clinical results -- How much of RLFH can be preserved after EAS surgery? -- What happens if RLFH cannot be preserved? -- Hearing and speech perception with EAS -- EAS and music perception -- Impact of insertion depth on quality of hearing -- EAS versus bimodal, EAS plus contralateral HA and bilateral EAS -- EAS and progressive hearing loss -- EAS versus digital Frequency lowering -- EAS in children -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Disclosure statement -- References

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