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Equency ranges of 688?938 Hz or 1063?938 Hz. "Functional" acoustic hearing was defined by frequencies with thresholds better than 90 dB HL and provided with acoustic amplification. Subjects continued to use a hearing aid in the implant ear, with amplification provided up to the cutoff of functional hearing. The amplification characteristics applied to the low-frequencies were also based on targets
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Th micro footplate hooks and/or instrumentation11. All devices were placed through a cochleostomy surgical approach. Post-operative Procedures Programming of Electric and Acoustic Devices--Approximately 1 month following surgery, subjects returned to their audiologist for activation of their cochlear implant. Puretone air- and bone-conduction thresholds were measured in each ear to determine prese
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Electrode was designed to be minimally invasive and only enter the descending basal turn of the scala tympani between 190 and 200 degrees. This short intracochlear electrode had a reduced diameter of 0.2 X 0.4 mm as compared to standard-length cochlear implants. Six electrodes (channels) are located in the distal 5 mm of the electrode. The device was placed through a 0.5?.6 mm cochleostomy located
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Th micro footplate hooks and/or instrumentation11. All devices were placed through a cochleostomy surgical approach. Post-operative Procedures Programming of Electric and Acoustic Devices--Approximately 1 month following surgery, subjects returned to their audiologist for activation of their cochlear implant. Puretone air- and bone-conduction thresholds were measured in each ear to determine prese
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Pt; available in PMC 2017 April 01.Gantz et al.Pagedid not receive benefit from and did not use amplification on a daily basis in that ear, but was tested with acoustic amplification in both ears in addition to the cochlear implant. All other subjects used amplification in both ears with the cochlear implant. In cases where a subject lost sufficient hearing that amplification in the implant ear wa
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Th micro footplate hooks and/or instrumentation11. All devices were placed through a cochleostomy surgical approach. Post-operative Procedures Programming of Electric and Acoustic Devices--Approximately 1 month following surgery, subjects returned to their audiologist for activation of their cochlear implant. Puretone air- and bone-conduction thresholds were measured in each ear to determine prese
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PTA was compared pre vs. post operatively in both the implant ear and the contralateral non-implanted ear (though only data for the implanted ear are presented herein). This allowed us to contrast any post-operative loss of hearing as a result of implantation versus as a result of continued hearing loss associated with the patient's ongoing disease process. All patients' processors were programmed
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