Many adult patients who are good candidates for cochlear implants are missed because of significant variation among audiologists in how patients are preoperatively assessed and unfamiliarity with the most current criteria for identifying patients, a new survey reports. The survey included responses from 92 US audiologists and the results show a wide variability in their […]
Practice Focus » Otology/Neurotology
Over the years, several Nobel Prizes have been awarded for research changing the understanding of vestibular organs and the inner ear.
Even the earliest stage of hearing loss—when hearing is still considered normal—is linked to cognitive decline, according to a new study
There is a critical need for high-quality randomized control trials to determine if diuretics are effective for treating Meniére’s disease.
A new study has linked chronic conductive hearing loss with speech recognition deficits.
Defining significant asymmetric sensorineural hearing loss (ASNHL) is important to determine if a patient requires further evaluation for retrocochlear pathology.
the findings are consistent with lower hearing loss prevalence in African-Americans compared to the non-African-American populations
The updated clinical guidelines provide 13 action statements to help clinicians accurately diagnose sudden hearing loss to ensure appropriate management.