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It is now possible to record in humans the electrical activity generated along the auditory pathway in its course from the cochlea to the cortex using surface electrodes.
In prelingual deafness, the neuronal connections of the auditory pathways (e.g., measured as cortical auditory evoked potentials) may not be established in the appropriate time window of opportunity [54-56].
We addressed this issue using a ferret model in which the extent of cross-modal visual invasion of the auditory pathway can be manipulated (Figure 1).
For patients with severe sensory-neural hearing loss, cochlear implants (CI) are a good choice of treatment to bypass the malfunctioning or missing inner hair cells as they transmit the energy directly to the auditory pathway.
Auditory pathways' maturation after cochlear implant via cortical auditory evoked potentials.
Functional status of auditory pathways in hypothyroidism: Evoked potential study.
Hearing loss in early infancy affects maturation of the auditory pathway. Medicine and Child Neurology, 44(2), 123-129.
Different patterns of echo signals at 50 kHz were encoded into low-frequency signals (a few Hz) according to auditory system transduction and codification processes, in order to bypass the auditory pathway and present the signal directly into the inferior colliculus (IC) of Wistar rats [12-14].
Lesions in the midbrain can also cause cortical deafness by interruption of auditory pathways [6].
Keilmann, "Delay in the development of the auditory pathways. A differential diagnosis in hearing impairment in young infants," HNO, vol.
Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SNHL) results from lesions of the cochlea, eighth nerve or central auditory pathways. The diagnosis of a sensorineural pattern hearing loss is made through audiometry, which shows a significant hearing loss without the "air-bone gap" that is characteristic of conductive hearing disturbances.
Results of the present study will be used as a reference for comparison with the latencies obtained from horses with various alterations in their auditory pathways.
Hearing loss in NB may develop following involvement of the central auditory pathways. One of the most important differential diagnoses for NB is tuberculosis because of their similar clinical features and neuroimaging findings.
Both ears of each woman were taken as independent samples since anatomically both auditory pathways are different.