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MRI demonstrated T1-weighted hyperintensity and a complete loss of CISS signal in all three turns of the cochlea (figure 2, B), in the vestibule, and in the semicircular canals on the left.
It is interesting that our patient experienced a reversal of the loss of CISS signal in the middle and apical turns of his left cochlea between 2001 (figure 2, B) and 2006 (figure 2, C).
In this study, we detected little ROS formation in the cochleas of normal guinea pigs, and the signals of ROS were very weak.
The edaravone SLNs can inhibit ROS generation in cochleas after noise exposure and decrease hearing thresholds as measured by ABR.
The cochlea uses fluid mechanics, piezoelectrics and neural signal processing to convert sound waves into electrical signals that are sent to the brain.
The cochlea can perceive a hundredfold range of frequencies in humans, from 100 to 10,000Hz.
A Mathematical Model of an Artificial Cochlea Based on an Array of Resonators, Chapter 29 in DAAAM International Scientific Book 2009, pp.
From the CT images, Ketten's group made precise geometric measurements of all the cochleas and sent the images, drawings, and data to a research team led by Daphne Manoussaki, a mathematics professor at Vanderbilt University, and Richard S.
Cochlear implantation in children: labyrinthitis following pneumococcal otitis media in unimplanted and implanted cat cochleas.
At birth, the cochleas of rats are still quite immature, even though they already have formed most of their hair cells, she says.
Inside the cochlea reside microscopic hair cells that bend and, due to sound vibrations or changes in resistance, create electrical signals that are passed on to the auditory nerve and then to the brain.
Inside the cochlea, there are little hair cells that bend, sending an electrical current up the hearing nerve," he explained.