Clinical information for Otolaryngologists is provided in topics that include: Imaging and Anatomy; Genetics of Hearing Loss, Testing and Relevance to Cochlear Implantation; Candidacy Evaluation, Medical and Surgical Considerations, expanding criteria in Children; Surgical Technique and Accepted Variations in Children; Bilateral Cochlear Implantation; Implanting Obstructed and Malformed Cochleae; Device Programming NRT, NRI, Streamlined programming; Cochlear Implants and Music; Rehabilitation and Educational Considerations; Outcomes and Variables Affecting Outcomes; Language Development and Cochlear Implantation; New Frontiers in Cochlear Implantation, electroacoustic, hearing preservation, etc; Revision Cochlear Implantation in Children; and Current and Future Device Options.
By J. Thomas Roland Jr., MD, Mendik Foundation Associate Professor of Otolaryngology
Chair, Department of Otolaryngology
Associate Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
NYU Langone Medical Center
New York, New York
NYU Cochlear Implant Center, New York
and David S. Haynes, MD, Vanderbilt University
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