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Research & Reviews  211 results

Analysis of Hearing Preservation in Middle Cranial Fossa Resection of Vestibular Schwan...
Otology & Neurotology : Official Publication of the Ameri... La Monte OA, Tawfik KO et. al.

Jan 10th, 2022 - Describe the effect of preoperative hearing on the likelihood of hearing preservation after middle cranial fossa (MCF) approach for resection of vestibular schwannoma (VS) and the effect of hearing preservation on disease-specific quality of life ...

Resection of small acoustic neuroma using the transcanal transvestibular endoscopic app...
The Journal of International Medical Research; Chen T, Lu Z et. al.

Dec 21st, 2021 - We evaluated the outcomes of resection of small acoustic neuromas using the transcanal transvestibular endoscopic approach. Two patients with a small acoustic neuroma were treated using this approach. The sizes of the tumors were 11 × 6 mm and 12 ...

Intratemporal Tumors of the Facial Nerve

Dec 2nd, 2021 - Practice Essentials The most common tumors of the peripheral nerves are neuromas, which are defined as a growths or swellings on nerves. Neuromas may arise extrinsically or intrinsically. Primary intrinsic nerve cell tumors include schwannomas, wh...

Intratemporal Tumors of the Facial Nerve

Dec 2nd, 2021 - Practice Essentials The most common tumors of the peripheral nerves are neuromas, which are defined as a growths or swellings on nerves. Neuromas may arise extrinsically or intrinsically. Primary intrinsic nerve cell tumors include schwannomas, wh...

Electronystagmography in 166 patients with acoustic neuroma before and after surgery.
Auris, Nasus, Larynx; Itani S, Otsuka K et. al.

Nov 23rd, 2021 - To analyze the preoperative patterns of caloric test, eye tracking test (ETT), and optokinetic pattern (OKP) in patients with acoustic neuroma (AN) and compare them with the postoperative patterns of ETT and OKP results METHODS: A total of 166 pat...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  7 results

Auditory Nerve Monitoring Using Intra-cochlear Stimulation in Subjects With Acoustic Neuroma

Oct 20th, 2021 - Whatever the acoustic neuroma treatments, the patient risks a hearing loss. The global strategy of hearing care aims to preserve the quality of life and patient hearing. For severe to profound hearing loss and anatomical auditory nerve preservatio...

Comparison of Motor Imagery Technique and Mime Therapy on Facial Expressions in Facial Palsy Patients

Aug 6th, 2021 - Facial palsy is due to the damage in the facial nerve that supplies the muscles of the face. Peripheral facial nerve paralysis can have various causes, such as Bell's palsy, which is the most common cause. Among secondary cause, tumors and the adv...

Circuit Training on Vertigo, Oscillopsia and Dizziness in Vestibular Hypo Function Hypo- Functions

Mar 30th, 2021 - People diagnosed with vestibular disorders often experience dizziness , oscillopsia, trouble with vision, balance or mobility. The vestibular disorders that are called unilateral and peripheral (UPVD) are those that affect one side of the vestibul...

Auditory Nerve Test System During Vestibular Schwannoma Resection

Mar 23rd, 2021 - Many patients diagnosed with a vestibular schwannoma (also called acoustic neuroma) eventually lose hearing in the afflicted ear. Improvements in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have led to tumors being diagnosed at smaller sizes, however, this h...

Impact of Shared Decision-Making With Decision Aids on Acoustic Neuroma Treatment Choice: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Sep 24th, 2019 - Patients with acoustic neuroma had several treatment options. One of standard treatment is to receive the Gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery, other options included suboccipital craniotomy and conservative treatment. Thus, shared decision makin...

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News  3 results

Headache MRI: What to Do With Incidental Findings

Aug 28th, 2018 - MRI of the brain is often performed for patients with primary headaches, which account for about 90% of all headaches. An incidental finding (IF) or normal anatomical variant is frequently revealed and may cause concern for the patient and family....

'Time Is Muscle' When Reversing Facial Paralysis

Apr 30th, 2018 - Last month, surgeons from Johns Hopkins University published a small case series in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery detailing their success in restoring smiles to patients with facial paralysis. In this video, lead author Kofi Boahene, MD, of Johns Ho...

Neck Surgery Eases Facial Paralysis

Jul 20th, 2011 - Action Points Explain that cutting a strip of platysma muscle from the neck can relieve chronic rigidity and involuntary movement in patients with facial paralysis. Point out that no intraoperative or early postoperative complications occurred, al...

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Patient Education  14 results see all →