neurotologic

neurotologic

[noo͡r′ōtōloj′ik]
pertaining to the study of the elements of the ear as they relate to the brain and nervous system. Also called neurotological.
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MATERIALS and METHODS: All patients were evaluated with neurotologic examination, videonystagmography, audiological tests, and inner ear magnetic resonance imaging.
MD is a neurotologic disease that involves episodic vertigo, fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss and intermittent or constant tinnitus and is thought to be due to a swelling of the inner ear.
All patients presented with gradual nonacute onset of facial weakness and a variety of otologic, neurotologic, and head and neck manifestations that were also attributable to these neoplasms.
1,2) Otologic and neurotologic skull base surgery requires a thorough knowledge of the temporal bone anatomy, as the temporal bone is one of the great gateways of the skull.
Neurotologic Complications of Chronic Otitis Media with Cholesteatoma.
Primary application of ABR is as a tool for estimating audiometric thresholds, assessing integrity of auditory pathway till the level of brainstem, screening of newborn hearing, and monitoring eighth nerve and auditory brainstem function during certain neurotologic operations.
Deoxyribonucleic acid fingerprinting in an outbreak of Staphylococcus aureus intracranial infection after neurotologic surgery.
A global group of specialists in audiology, otolaryngology, otology, and other areas addresses topics in basic science, including embryology, anatomy, physiology, diagnostic audiology, imaging, and the molecular genetics of hearing losses, followed by approaches to patients with disorders of the external ear, middle ear, inner ear, and facial nerve; discussion of neurotologic and lateral skull base surgery for specific conditions; and descriptions of electronic listening assistive devices.
FACS, director of the division of otologic and neurotologic surgery in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Henry Ford.
From eleven neurotologic procedures completed in 1994, it appeared that the cement had potential to become a commonly used material in the management of cranial base and temporal bone defects following surgery (27).
The physician specializing in otology/neurotology is also knowledgeable about the newer developments in vestibular physiology and neurotologic surgery.