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New Orleans, LA – Jennifer Lentz, PhD, Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology & ...
Key may be in decreasing bacteria’s DNA-compromised covering to boost existing antimicro...
Google Doodle transformed its logo into a sound wave in honor of Heinrich Hertz's birthday. Hertz is known as the pioneer in electromagnetic wave research, which has drastically altered the way we understand hearing, hearing loss and modern-day hearing aids.
Researchers in Australia have found that patients suffering from hearing loss which began during infancy and childhood could benefit from a transplant of stem cells from their nose.
Unlike birds and fish, humans don’t have the ability to grow new hair cells if some are lost due to disease, drugs, or long-term exposure to noise. All of that is about to change.
Research uncovers potential drug treatment for noise-induced hearing loss. The finding paves the way for effective non-surgical therapies to restore hearing loss after noise-induced injury.
Scientists say by re-growing inner ear hair cells we can restore hearing. This breakthrough could lead to significant advances towards curing deafness and hearing loss in the future.
New research has found a way to create the first functional inner ear hair cells in a petri dish. If they can further perfect the recipe to generate hair cells in the millions, it could lead to significant scientific and clinical advances along the path to curing deafness in the future.
When Uppsala researchers found immature stem cells in the inner ear of humans a few years ago, it caused a global sensation. They have also managed to grow hearing nerves from...
House Ear Institute Researchers Discover a Type of Supporting Cells Resistant to Notch Signaling Los Angeles, CA - January 20, 2009 - In a new study in the January 20 issue of...
Topical quinolone antibiotics can clear aural discharge better than systemic antibiotics. This was the finding of a systematic review of literature published in the latest update...
Beck: Okay, great. Lets get into Auditory Neuropathy (AN), and by the way, the other name for AN is auditory dys-synchrony, right? Hoffman: Yes, the names are used interchangeably.
Generally, these are out-patient procedures that can easily be performed under local or general anesthesia according to patient preference. They could be done in the office too, but outpatient in an operating room or surgi-center is generally preferred. As you know, there is a tiny titanium implant that is inserted into the lateral table of the mastoid and then connected to an abutment through the skin. We place a dressing on it and the patient goes home. We see them back in the office a week later to make sure everything is healing well. After it heals, and after osseo-integration has occurred, which takes about 90 days, the abutment is ready, and the Baha System can be snapped on and off as desired by the patient.
Spanish authors of a study in this week's issue of THE LANCET highlight how drug advertising in medical journals can be inaccurate and potentially misleading to clinicians.The...
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