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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Comparison Intelligence Quotient between First and Second Generation cochlear Implanted Children
2.  ASSESSMENT OF SELF REPORTED SPATIAL HEARING MEASURES TO EVALUATE HEARING AID BENEFIT
3.  Pseudomonas aeruginosa and its sensitivity spectrum in chronic suppurative otitis media - A study from Garhwal hills of Uttarakhand State, India
4.  Beck Depression Inventory-II in hearing impaired elderly patients; a presbycusis study
5.  Radiological changes in anatomy of temporal bone in cases of unsafe CSOM – A retrospective study
6.  IMPACT OF SMOKING AND TOBACCO ADDICTION ON SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS AMONG NORMAL HEALTHY PARTICIPANTS –A CROSS SECTIONAL COHORT STUDY
7.  EFFECTS OF NONLINEAR AMPLIFICATION ON DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY MEASURES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH COCHLEAR HEARING IMPAIRMENT
8.  Evaluation of effects of diabetes mellitus type 2 and hyperlipidemia on hearing
9.  “Comparative assessment of Grommets with topical intranasal steroid in cases of Otitis media with effusion”
10.  SIGNIFICANCE OF ROUND WINDOW NICHE DRILLING FOR COCHLEAR IMPLANT SURGERY
11.  Comparison of manual and computer assisted measurement of cochlear nerve obtained from MR imaging
CASE REPORT
1.  Multimodality approach in evaluation of Common Crus Aplasia
2.  REIMPLANTATION OF AN AMPUTATED PINNA : A CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE.
3.  Left mastoid abscess and right automastoidectomy – two rare complications of cholesteatoma in a patient
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  New Trends in Management of Facial Nerve Paralysis.
2.  Comparative Study of Speech and Language Development in Children with Normal Hearing and Cochlear Implant in Iran


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