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  1. The stapedial reflex as a topographical marker of proximal involvement of the facial nerve in leprosy. A pilot study.

    Leprosy Review 70(3):324 (1999) PMID 10603722

    This study aimed to determine the parameters necessary for a study of stapedial reflexes in leprosy patients to ascertain if the facial nerve is involved more proximally than the stylomastoid foramen. It involved leprosy patients with and without facial nerve involvement and non-leprosy controls. Cl...
  2. Threshold and suprathreshold temporal integration effects in the crossed and uncrossed human acoustic stapedius reflex.

    Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 89(3):1255 (1991) PMID 2030213

    Our results showed that reflex thresholds were significantly lower for the uncrossed condition and for longer duration stimuli. Both effects were dependent on threshold response criteria. Threshold TI measurements in both crossed and uncrossed conditions were equivalent at low criterion levels (0%-4...
  3. Tympanic membrane displacement testing in regular assessment of intracranial pressure in eight children with shunted hydrocephalus.

    Journal of Neurosurgery 88(6):983 (1998) PMID 9609292

    The TMD test can be used on a regular basis as a reproducible investigative tool in the assessment of ICP in children with shunted hydrocephalus, thereby reducing the need for invasive ICP monitoring. The equipment necessary to perform this testing is mobile. It will provide a useful serial guide to...
  4. Sensitivity of auditory brainstem response in acoustic neuroma screening.

    Acta Oto-Laryngologica 118(4):501 (1998) PMID 9726673

    We assessed sensitivity of screening tests in 89 patients with surgically proven acoustic neuromas. Sensitivity of ABR was 92%; 94% for extracanalicular neuromas and 77% for intracanalicular neuromas. For stapedius reflex (SR), sensitivity was 84% and for caloric vestibular response (CVR) 86%. The c...
  5. Menière's disease in the elderly.

    Otology & Neurotology 23(1):73 (2002) PMID 11773851

  6. Reduced active protection to the cochlea during physical exercise.

    Acta Oto-Laryngologica 111(2):234 (1991) PMID 2068908

    The present investigation was designed to evaluate whether dynamic physical exercise is able to modify stapedius reflex (SR) activity and, as a consequence, to influence the amount of temporary threshold shift (TTS). Experimental subjects were 10 normal-hearing male volunteers, aged 27-34 years (mea...
  7. Objective measurements and the audiological management of cochlear implant patients.

    Advances in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology 53:85 (1997) PMID 9226048

  8. Clinical and electrophysiological study in a patient surviving from locked-in syndrome.

    Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 88(1):57 (1986) PMID 3709004

    Our patient survived and showed partial recovery....
  9. Predicting hearing aid response in real ears.

    Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 103(6):3407 (1998) PMID 9637028

    A hearing aid fitted to different ears will produce very different sound pressure spectra in the ear canal. In addition, this variation in response is different among hearing aids. A description in terms of an electrical analog model of the ear and hearing aid system is given. The applicability of t...
  10. [Effects of diazepam on stapedius reflex: physiological research].

    Bollettino della Societa italiana di biologia s... 56(10):1051 (1980) PMID 7448006

    The effect of diazepam (10 mg i.m. X 7 days) on crossed and uncrossed acoustic stapedius reflex parameters (threshold, amplitude and duration) has been studied in 7 normal hearing subjects. The results showed that diazepam has a not clinically significant damping effect on the threshold, the amplitu...