If a perilymph fistula is present, does fluid leak into the middle ear? If there is a hearing loss, does the fistula affect hearing in both ears or just one?
Is there such a thing as a BI CROS digital aid?
What is the difference between an auditory processing disorder and a language processing disorder?
If a potential candidate for a bone conduction implant does have a functioning ossicular chain, could they still be a candidate? When implanted, what are the down sides to having a bone conduction unit in terms of limitations and benefits?
I'm currently attending school for my masters in Speech and Language Pathology and was working on a group presentation regarding Treacher Collins Syndrome as it relates to language disorders. I had a difficult time finding SLP case studies, or examples of
I am very interested in joining the military. Since I was a kid, I have had my heart set on joining the Army Rangers. I now realize that it is impossible with any hearing loss at all (or is it?) What are my career options in the army?
I have been a hearing aid wearer for 15 years. I am currently testing some new models that communicate wirelessly from one ear to the other. I have noticed that a couple of brands have set off the shop lifting security alarm at the entrance/exit at a coup
I am looking for a solution for BTE users who use stethoscopes. I have seen adaptors for the ear pieces for ITC and CIC users, so what is the best way to hook up a BTE user?
How does tympanometry assist in audiological evaluation?
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Middle ear implants are surgically implanted devices. The FDA has approved specific middle ear implants and the FDA is still reviewing others. The middle ear implant is a useful hearing instrument and is quite different from traditional hearing aids.
Otolaryngologists (also called ear-nose-and-throat, or ENT, doctors) are physicians who have advanced training in disorders of the ear, nose, throat and head and neck.
Auditory Processing (also called Central Auditory Processing) refers to the means by which we make sense of what we hear. "Auditory Processing Disorders" refers to the abnormal interaction of hearing, neural transmission and the brain's ability to make sense of sound.
Learn the right questions to ask when selecting a hearing center, ear doctor, or hearing aid store to maintain the best hearing health.
Recent developments in deep-fitting hearing aids have made them less visible and more discreet than ever.
What are the symptoms of vestibular neuronitis? How long does vestibular neuronitis last? How do you get/catch vestibular neuronitis?
Overview: Auditory processing is what the brain does with what the ear hears (Katz, 1992). Altho...
I wear In-the-Ear hearing aids. How should I keep them clean? I know I am not supposed to get them wet, but can I use hand wipes?
What are all the causes of retrograde amnesia?
Tai Chi has been under the microscope of the American Academy of Otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat specialists) as a beneficial remedy for dizziness. This ancient, Chinese art...