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January-March 2021 | Vol 27 | Issue 1
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The limitations of pure-tone audiometry (as the gold standard test of hearing) that are worthy of consideration
In many scientific studies and clinical settings, pure-tone audiometry (PTA) has been regarded as the gold standard test for hearing diagnosis. By measuring air and bone conduction thresholds with c...
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Anatomical variations of round window in different age groups and surgical difficulties associated with them during cochlear implantation
Introduction: Round window (RW) insertion of the electrodes during cochlear implantation is the most favorable route considered by many surgeons. The objective of this study was to review the...
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Inner ear malformations in cochlear implant recipients
Objective: The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of the inner ear malformations (IEMs) in cochlear implant recipients according to Sennaroglu's classification, and to docum...
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Validity of modified whisper test as hearing screening method in presbycusis patients
Background: Presbycusis is a hearing loss due to the degeneration process which is found at the age of more than 65 years old, with decreased hearing sensitivity in both ears, asymmetrical bi...
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Indian Journal of Otology, a publication of Indian Institute of Ear Diseases, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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