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Comparison of the TEMPO plus ear-level speech processor and the CISPRO plus body-worn processor in adult MED-EL cochlear implant
Comparison of the TEMPO+ ear-level speech processor and the cis pro+ body-worn processor in adult MED-EL cochlear implant users.
Evaluation of performance with the COMBI40 cochlear implant in adults: a multicentric clinical study.
Intraoperative monitoring of active middle ear implant function
Meningitis following cochlear implantation: pathomechanisms, clinical symptoms, conservative and surgical treatments.
Optimization of channel number and stimulation rate for the fast continuous interleaved sampling strategy in the COMBI 40+.
Outcomes in adults implanted with the FLEXsoft electrode.
Speech understanding in quiet and in noise with the CIS speech coding strategy (MED-EL Combi-40) compared to the multipeak and s
Surgical approaches to position the Vibrant Soundbridge in conductive and mixed hearing loss
The High Rate CIS Auditory Brainstem Implant for Restoration of Hearing in NF2 Patients.
The Vibrant Soundbridge® for Conductive and Mixed Hearing Losses: European Multicentre Study Results
The Department of Hearing, Voice, and Language Disorders (HSS) of the University Hospital Innsbruck
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