By Professor Dr. Dr. Ernst Lehnhardt (auth.)
The paintings on medical elements of internal ear deafness began in 1983/1984 as a basic evaluation conceived via the Deutsche Gesellschaft fUr Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Heilkunde, Kopf-und Hals-Chirurgie (German Society for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Head and Neck surgical procedure) less than the presidency of Professor Harald Feldmann, Munster. My job was once to sift during the literature on hand at the moment, to checklist the present prestige of data, and if acceptable to explain latest new trends and power advancements. It was once a unsleeping choice that the subject material may still expand to the full box of internal ear deafness, although with no reproducing an excessive amount of of the aspect given within the reports already on hand, resembling these by way of Vosteen (1961) at the biology of the internal ear, Beckmann (1962) on deafness in childrens, and Lehnhardt (1965) on business otopathies. The textual content comprises simply short references to those, by means of extra distinctive expositions of what has come to mild in the mean time. in accordance with the broadness of the subject the checklist of references is intensely lengthy, notwithstanding we're conscious that it really is nonetheless now not completely finished. it really is meant to provide readers attracted to particular subject matters an idea of the literature to be had and to supply some extent of departure for additional paintings. medical study is progressing and information insights showing so quickly, in spite of the fact that, that the topicality of the cloth should be limited.
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In most cases some impairment of hearing had already existed, and then deteriorated with cisplatin (Rybak 1981, von Heyden et al. 1984). The distinction between the two components - the pre-existing and the cisplatin-induced - then causes difficulties, even with histological or electron microscopical examination. The five patients described by Wright and Schaefer (1982) had received total doses of715-1850 mg so that one can certainly not speak of a particular sensitivity of the ear. In human temporal bone studies (Strauss et al.
1977, Brummett et al. 1979, Asakuma and Snow 1980, Tran Ba Huy et al. 1981, Brummett 1983). Such hearing disturbances are numbered among the dramatic experiences of the ENT specialist, particularly on account of the irreversible hearing losses and the often completely uninfluenceable further deterioration. Thus, we saw a patient who after a heart operation with her circulation in an extremely poor state, with resultant anuria and loop diuretic medication (6 g) certainly owed her survival only to the AA treatment (refobacin 4 g), a survival, however, which was paid for by total deafness.
Complete deafness (left) in early childhood, presumably the result of a mumps infection. X-ray Stenver's views the same on both sides. e. no successive deafness in the second ear. BC = AC. 0 = BC and AC left without masking For the most part, mumps-induced deafness develops clinically inapparent. The basic illness need not be specially severe, and often is not at all noticed. In many cases the causal connection is only construed, in other cases positive complement fixation reactions and the anti-hemagglutination test seem to confirm the viral infection retrospectively as the cause of deafness.
Clinical Aspects of Inner Ear Deafness by Professor Dr. Dr. Ernst Lehnhardt (auth.)