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  1. Pediatric Auditory Brainstem Implant Users Compared With Cochlear Implant Users With Additional Disabilities
  2. Effect of neural adaptation and degeneration on pulse-train ECAPs: A model study
  3. Dynamic current focusing for loudness encoding in cochlear implants: a take-home trial
  4. Test/Retest Variability of the eCAP Threshold in Advanced Bionics Cochlear Implant Users
  5. Channel discrimination along all contacts of the cochlear implant electrode array and its relation to speech perception
  6. No Difference in Behavioral and Self-Reported Outcomes for Simultaneous and Sequential Bilateral Cochlear Implantation: Evidence From a Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial
  7. Imaging Bioluminescent Exogenous Stem Cells in the Intact Guinea Pig Cochlea
  8. Dynamic Current Focusing
  9. Cochlear implant users' speech is not more deviant in spectral than in time dimension
  10. Prosody perception and production by children with cochlear implants
  11. Ouabain Does Not Induce Selective Spiral Ganglion Cell Degeneration in Guinea Pigs
  12. Friendship and Emotion Control in Pre-Adolescents With or Without Hearing Loss
  13. Hearing Restoration in Cochlear Nerve Deficiency
  14. Evidence-Based Inclusion Criteria for Cochlear Implantation in Patients With Postlingual Deafness
  15. The Precision of eCAP Thresholds Derived From Amplitude Growth Functions
  16. Terrible Twos or Early Signs of Psychopathology? Developmental Patterns in Early Identified Preschoolers With Cochlear Implants Compared With Hearing Controls
  17. Learning Effects in Psychophysical Tests of Spectral and Temporal Resolution
  18. Use of Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potentials for Cochlear Implant Fitting
  19. Variations in cochlear duct shape revealed on clinical CT images with an automatic tracing method
  20. Tinnitus after Simultaneous and Sequential Bilateral Cochlear Implantation
  21. Neuronal differentiation of hair-follicle-bulge-derived stem cells co-cultured with mouse cochlear modiolus explants
  22. Objective and Subjective Measures of Simultaneous vs Sequential Bilateral Cochlear Implants in Adults
  23. Use of the Brief Shame and Guilt Questionnaire in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Adolescents
  24. Modeled auditory nerve responses to amplitude modulated cochlear implant stimulation
  25. The perception of emotion and focus prosody with varying acoustic cues in cochlear implant simulations with varying filter slopes
  26. Reducing interaction in simultaneous paired stimulation with CI
  27. Take-Home Trial Comparing Fast Fourier Transformation-Based and Filter Bank-Based Cochlear Implant Speech Coding Strategies
  28. Can You Hear What I Think? Theory of Mind in Young Children With Moderate Hearing Loss
  29. Children With Cochlear Implants and Their Parents
  30. Comparison of Multipole Stimulus Configurations With Respect to Loudness and Spread of Excitation
  31. Missing Data in the Field of Otorhinolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery
  32. Concern for Others: A Study on Empathy in Toddlers with Moderate Hearing Loss
  33. Lentiviral transduction and subsequent loading with nanoparticles do not affect cell viability and proliferation in hair-follicle-bulge-derived stem cellsin vitro
  34. A fast, stochastic, and adaptive model of auditory nerve responses to cochlear implant stimulation
  35. Benefits of simultaneous bilateral cochlear implantation on verbal reasoning skills in prelingually deaf children
  36. Development of a Squelch Effect in Adult Patients After Simultaneous Bilateral Cochlear Implantation
  37. Stable benefits of bilateral over unilateral cochlear implantation after two years: A randomized controlled trial
  38. Benefit of contralateral routing of signals for unilateral cochlear implant users
  39. Stimulation strategies and electrode design in computational models of the electrically stimulated cochlea: An overview of existing literature
  40. Comparison of Bilateral and Unilateral Cochlear Implantation in Adults
  41. Cost–Utility of Bilateral Versus Unilateral Cochlear Implantation in Adults
  42. A Novel Algorithm to Derive Spread of Excitation Based on Deconvolution
  43. Comparison of the HiFocus Mid-Scala and HiFocus 1J Electrode Array: Angular Insertion Depths and Speech Perception Outcomes
  44. Development of Insertion Models Predicting Cochlear Implant Electrode Position
  45. Intelligibility of the Patient’s Speech Predicts the Likelihood of Cochlear Implant Success in Prelingually Deaf Adults
  46. Intracochlear Position of Cochlear Implants Determined Using CT Scanning versus Fitting Levels: Higher Threshold Levels at Basal Turn
  47. Isolation, expansion and neural differentiation of stem cells from human plucked hair: a further step towards autologous nerve recovery
  48. Human Dermal Fibroblasts Demonstrate Positive Immunostaining for Neuron- and Glia- Specific Proteins
  49. Early identification: Language skills and social functioning in deaf and hard of hearing preschool children
  50. Answer to quiz case: Temporal bone imaging
  51. In Vivo Inner Ear Imaging at 7 T
  52. Effect of unilateral and simultaneous bilateral cochlear implantation on tinnitus: A Prospective Study
  53. Temporal bone imaging
  54. The Influence of Cochlear Implant Electrode Position on Performance
  55. Low Empathy in Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Pre)Adolescents Compared to Normal Hearing Controls
  56. Current focussing in cochlear implants: An analysis of neural recruitment in a computational model
  57. Development of the stria vascularis and potassium regulation in the human fetal cochlea: Insights into hereditary sensorineural hearing loss
  58. Hair follicle bulge cultures yield class III β-tubulin-positive melanoglial cells
  59. Preliminary findings on associations between moral emotions and social behavior in young children with normal hearing and with cochlear implants
  60. Symptoms of Psychopathology in Hearing-Impaired Children
  61. Population-Based Prediction of Fitting Levels for Individual Cochlear Implant Recipients
  62. TUBB3: Neuronal Marker or Melanocyte Mimic?
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  64. Place pitch versus electrode location in a realistic computational model of the implanted human cochlea
  65. Visualization of Human Inner Ear Anatomy with High-Resolution MR Imaging at 7T: Initial Clinical Assessment
  66. The effect of spectral smearing on the identification of pureF0intonation contours in vocoder simulations of cochlear implants
  67. The impact of internodal segmentation in biophysical nerve fiber models
  68. Self-Esteem in Hearing-Impaired Children: The Influence of Communication, Education, and Audiological Characteristics
  69. Psychopathology and Its Risk and Protective Factors in Hearing-Impaired Children and Adolescents
  70. Distribution and Development of Peripheral Glial Cells in the Human Fetal Cochlea
  71. Diversity in Cochlear Morphology and Its Influence on Cochlear Implant Electrode Position
  72. Titanium nitride (TiN) as a gate material in BiCMOS devices for biomedical implants
  73. European multi-centre study of the Nucleus Hybrid L24 cochlear implant
  74. An improved system approach towards future cochlear implants
  75. Behavioral problems in school-aged hearing-impaired children: the influence of sociodemographic, linguistic, and medical factors
  76. Threshold Levels of Dual Electrode Stimulation in Cochlear Implants
  77. Class III β-tubulin, a novel biomarker in the human melanocyte lineage
  78. Cytomegalovirus DNA detection in dried blood spots and perilymphatic fluids from pediatric and adult cochlear implant recipients with prelingual deafness
  79. Restoring speech perception with cochlear implants by spanning defective electrode contacts
  80. Neurosensory development and cell fate determination in the human cochlea
  81. Emotion Understanding in Deaf Children with a Cochlear Implant
  82. Long term Cochlear Implant electrode improvement for stimulation and sensing neuronal activity
  83. Social competence and empathy in young children with cochlear implants and with normal hearing
  84. Does Hearing Lead to Understanding? Theory of Mind in Toddlers and Preschoolers With Cochlear Implants
  85. Predicting social functioning in children with a cochlear implant and in normal-hearing children: The role of emotion regulation
  86. Ring chromosome 20 syndrome: Electroclinical description of six patients and review of the literature
  87. Effects of parameter manipulations on spread of excitation measured with electrically-evoked compound action potentials
  88. Assessing the Placement of a Cochlear Electrode Array by Multidimensional Scaling
  89. Anxiety in children with hearing aids or cochlear implants compared to normally hearing controls
  90. Effect of Pediatric Bilateral Cochlear Implantation on Language Development
  91. Effects of Pulse Width, Pulse Rate and Paired Electrode Stimulation on Psychophysical Measures of Dynamic Range and Speech Recognition in Cochlear Implants
  92. Electrode Migration in Cochlear Implant Patients: Not an Exception
  93. Predictors of Spoken Language Development Following Pediatric Cochlear Implantation
  94. Spread of Excitation and Channel Interaction in Single- and Dual-Electrode Cochlear Implant Stimulation
  95. Thin Titanium Nitride Films Deposited using DC Magnetron Sputtering used for Neural Stimulation and Sensing Purposes
  96. Benefits of the HiRes 120 coding strategy combined with the Harmony processor in an adult European multicentre study
  97. Depression in hearing-impaired children
  98. Stimulus level effects on neural excitation and eCAP amplitude
  99. Development of probes for cochlear implants
  100. Speech Intelligibility as a Predictor of Cochlear Implant Outcome in Prelingually Deafened Adults
  101. Cochlear reimplantation with same device: Surgical and audiologic results
  102. Silicon Probes for Cochlear Auditory Nerve Stimulation and Measurement
  103. Influence of Widening Electrode Separation on Current Steering Performance
  104. Causes of permanent childhood hearing impairment
  105. Neural excitation patterns induced by phased-array stimulation in the implanted human cochlea
  106. Design and fabrication of stiff silicon probes: A step towards sophisticated cochlear implant electrodes
  107. Newborn Hearing Screening vs Later Hearing Screening and Developmental Outcomes in Children With Permanent Childhood Hearing Impairment
  108. Detection of Bacterial Biofilm on Cochlear Implants Removed Because of Device Failure, Without Evidence of Infection
  109. Dutch Cochlear Implant Group (CI-ON) Consensus Protocol on Postmeningitis Hearing Evaluation and Treatment
  110. Cochlear Coordinates in Regard to Cochlear Implantation
  111. Consensus Panel on a Cochlear Coordinate System Applicable in Histologic, Physiologic, and Radiologic Studies of the Human Cochlea
  112. Pitch Comparisons between Electrical Stimulation of a Cochlear Implant and Acoustic Stimuli Presented to a Normal-hearing Contralateral Ear
  113. Biofilms on tracheoesophageal voice prostheses: a confocal laser scanning microscopy demonstration of mixed bacterial and yeast biofilms
  114. European Adult Multi-Centre HiRes®120 Study — An Update on 65 Subjects
  115. Social Emotions in Deaf Children with a CI Between One and Five Years of Age
  116. Bilateral versus unilateral cochlear implantation in young children
  117. DECIBEL study: Congenital cytomegalovirus infection in young children with permanent bilateral hearing impairment in the Netherlands
  118. Stimulation of the Facial Nerve by Intracochlear Electrodes in Otosclerosis
  119. OP4-9 DECIBEL-study: congenital cytomegalovirus infection in young children with bilateral permanent hearing
  120. An objective method to measure electrode independence in cochlear implant patients with a dual-masker forward masking technique
  121. Anatomic Considerations of Cochlear Morphology and Its Implications for Insertion Trauma in Cochlear Implant Surgery
  122. Simultaneous and non-simultaneous dual electrode stimulation in cochlear implants: evidence for two neural response modalities
  123. Uncomplicated differentiation of stem cells into bipolar neurons and myelinating glia
  124. Clinical Relevance of Quality of Life Outcome in Cochlear Implantation in Postlingually Deafened Adults
  125. Evaluation of 4 Multisection CT Systems in Postoperative Imaging of a Cochlear Implant: A Human Cadaver and Phantom Study
  126. Autonomous virtual mobile robot for three-dimensional medical image exploration: Application to micro-CT cochlear images
  127. Cochlear Implant Outcomes and Quality of Life in Adults with Prelingual Deafness
  128. APSCI Panel Discussion I: Imaging and Surgical Issues
  129. Evaluation of the Benefit for Cochlear Implantees of Two Assistive Directional Microphone Systems in an Artificial Diffuse Noise Situation
  130. Psychophysical Assessment of Spatial Spread of Excitation in Electrical Hearing with Single and Dual Electrode Contact Maskers
  131. The consequences of neural degeneration regarding optimal cochlear implant position in scala tympani: A model approach
  132. Clinical Evaluation of the Clarion CII HiFocus 1 with and Without Positioner
  133. Unraveling the electrically evoked compound action potential
  134. Concept and initial testing of a new, basally perimodiolar electrode design
  135. Speech recognition with a cochlear implant using triphasic charge-balanced pulses
  136. The Facial Nerve Canal: An Important Cochlear Conduction Path Revealed by Clarion Electrical Field Imaging
  137. Clinical Ototoxicity of Teicoplanin
  138. A new method for dealing with the stimulus artefact in electrically evoked compound action potential measurements
  139. Optimizing the Number of Electrodes with High-rate Stimulation of the Clarion CII Cochlear Implant
  140. Unilateral submandibular suppurative sialadenitis in a premature infant
  141. Initial Evaluation of the Clarion CII Cochlear Implant: Speech Perception and Neural Response Imaging
  142. The Importance of Human Cochlear Anatomy for the Results of Modiolus-Hugging Multichannel Cochlear Implants
  143. Field patterns in a 3D tapered spiral model of the electrically stimulated cochlea
  144. Perceptual Characteristics of Adductor Spasmodic Dysphonia
  145. 3D mesh generation to solve the electrical volume conduction problem in the implanted inner ear
  146. Integrated use of volume conduction and neural models to simulate the response to cochlear implants
  147. Improving the accuracy of the boundary element method by the use of second-order interpolation functions [EEG modeling application]
  148. Transmitter release in inner hair cell synapses: a model analysis of spontaneous and driven rate properties of cochlear nerve fibres
  149. Spatial selectivity in a rotationally symmetric model of the electrically stimulated cochlea
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  151. Potential distributions and neural excitation patterns in a rotationally symmetric model of the electrically stimulated cochlea
  152. A model of myelinated nerve fibres for electrical prosthesis design
  153. A quantitative approach to modeling mammalian myelinated nerve fibers for electrical prosthesis design
  154. Ultrasound assessment of cervical dynamics during the first stage of labor
  155. A multi-channel simultaneous data acquisition and waveform generator system designed for medical applications
  156. Does Intervention Improve the Natural Course of Glomus Tumors?
  157. Assessment of cervical dilatation during labor: a review
  158. A central spectrum theory of binaural processing. The binaural edge pitch revisited
  159. The influence of stimulus intensity on spike timing and the compound action potential in the electrically stimulated cochlea: a model study