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Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve

R. Lorente de NГі

Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve

by R. Lorente de NГі

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Published by Annals Pub. Co. in St. Louis .
Written in English


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StatementR. Lorente de Nó.
SeriesAnnals of otology, rhinology & laryngology -- 34
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22787028M

The purpose of this book is to contribute to basic and clinical medical research on cochlear implants for inner ear malformation and cochlear nerve deficiency. Cochlear implantation for children is performed worldwide, and the outcomes concerning Format: Hardcover.   The cochlear nerve, also known as the acoustic nerve, is the sensory nerve that transfers auditory information from the cochlea (auditory area of the inner ear) to the brain. It is one of .

timplant auditory and speech intelligibility outcomes in implantees with cochlear nerve (CN) aplasia, CN hypoplasia, and normal CN. Study Design A retrospective cohort study. Setting A tertiary medical . Imaging of the cochlea and internal auditory canals are increasingly important nowadays because of the growing number of cochlear implants being performed throughout the world. We report a case of a 4-year-old boy who was born deaf and was being evaluated in our service for possible cochlear Cited by: 1.

Ordinarily, cochlear implants help restore hearing by capturing sound signals and converting them to electrical impulses. These impulses stimulate the cochlear nerve, which carries auditory information from the inner ear to the brain. Following cochlear . Cochlear implantation for children is performed worldwide, and the outcomes concerning speech and hearing acquisition are epoch-making. However, there are some difficulties associated with applying this operative treatment to patients who have complicated inner ear malformations or cochlear nerve Manufacturer: Springer.


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Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve by R. Lorente de NГі Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. Nov-Dec;85(6 suppl 34 pt. 3) Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve. De Nó RL. Three types of afferent fibers innervate the hair cells of Cited by: Get this from a library. Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve. [Rafael Lorente de Nó].

Author(s): Lorente de Nó,Rafael, Title(s): Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve/R. Lorente de Nó. Country of Publication: United States.

Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve. De No RL. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryngol., (6 suppl 34 pt. 3) MED: Abstract. The dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN) is of interest from several points of view, not least from its large variation among species.

In rodents and carnivores the nucleus is multilayered with many Cited by: The neuronal architecture of the anteroventral cochlear nucleus of the cat in the region of the cochlear nerve root: Golgi and Nissl methods Author links open overlay panel L.P.

Tolbert a b 1 D.K. Morest a bCited by: In the auditory nerve and anteroventral cochlear nucleus excitatory responses can be suppressed by concurrent tones of higher or lower frequency [16,24,28,30].

The terms two-tone inhibition, Cited by: mass of neuron bodies on the cochlear nerve tract. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE 32 terms. Chp18 Ear. 31 terms. Inner Ear. 12 terms. Cochlea/ Cochlear duct (Organ of Corti) 58 terms.

McCann prelab. Displacement of the stereocilia stimulates sensory neurons of the cochlear nerve. Movement of the malleus causes movement of the incus and stapes. Distortion of the basilar membrane forces the.

What an awesome read. Nerve by author Jeanne Ryan is definitely a must-read for the year of It’s fast-paced, romantic, dangerous, and laugh out loud hilarious.

What could be better than that. I constantly found myself wanting more than anything to put the story down and to do something else—but I just couldn’t. Something about Nerve. The cochlear nerve (also auditory or acoustic neuron) is one of two parts of the vestibulocochlear nerve, a cranial nerve present in amniotes, the other part being the vestibular cochlear nerve carries auditory sensory information from the cochlea of the inner ear directly to the other portion of the vestibulocochlear nerve is the vestibular nerve From: Vestibulocochlear nerve.

Layer 3 contains the basal dendrites of the pyramidal cells and some small (vertical) cells, and is innervated by the descending branches of the cochlear nerve.

The deepest layer 4, which contains multipolar cells and giant cells, does not appear to receive this direct cochlear Cited by:   Intraoperative cochlear nerve mapping with the mobile cochlear nerve compound action potential tracer in vestibular schwannoma surgery.

The authors discuss some limitations and problems with this device. The authors report no conflict of interest concerning Cited by: 1. The cochlear nerve root expressed mRNA of all adrenergic receptors (a1A-C, a2A-C and b).

Between them, the subtypes a1B, a2A a2B and b3 had the stronger expression. CRN - Noradrenergic. Hypothesis Electrocauterization and subsequent transection of the cochlear nerve induce greater injury to the cochlear nucleus than sharp transection alone.

Background Some studies show that. The cochlear nerve begins at the cochlea, the auditory section of the inner ear, and extends to the brain stem, the small part of the brain through which motor and sensory nerves pass.

It. Human ear - Human ear - Cochlear nerve and central auditory pathways: The vestibulocochlear nerve consists of two anatomically and functionally distinct parts: the cochlear nerve, which innervates the organ of hearing, and the vestibular nerve, which innervates the organs of equilibrium. The fibres of the cochlear nerve originate from an aggregation of nerve.

Objective: To evaluate speech perception after cochlear implantation in children with cochlear nerve absence or deficiency. Methods: A retrospective case review was performed to identify children who underwent cochlear implantation with cochlear nerve Cited by: We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.

Structure. The vestibulocochlear nerve consists mostly of bipolar neurons and splits into two large divisions: the cochlear nerve and the vestibular nerve.

Cranial nerve 8, the vestibulocochlear nerve, goes to the middle portion of the brainstem called the pons, (which then is largely composed of fibers going to the cerebellum). The 8th cranial nerve Innervates: Hearing, balance. We have performed a retrospective cases review with long-term follow-up ( years) concerning the results of microvascular decompression surgery of the cochlear nerve via an .However, the nerve typically degenerates following cochlear hair cell loss, and the amount of degeneration may considerably differ between the two ears, also in patients with bilateral deafness.Central Auditory Pathway Disorders - Ebook written by Kimitaka Kaga.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark Author: Kimitaka Kaga.