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Open Access 15.11.2022 | Research Article

Low Evidence for Tinnitus Risk Factors: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Subjective tinnitus is a common condition among adults with a point prevalence of almost 15%, as recently measured in Europe [ 1 ]. While recent years have seen remarkable progress in understanding tinnitus heterogeneity [ 2 ], the risk factors for …

Open Access 04.11.2022 | Research Article

A Computational Model of a Single Auditory Nerve Fiber for Electric-Acoustic Stimulation

Cochlear implant (CI) recipients with preserved acoustic low-frequency hearing in the implanted ear are a growing group among traditional CI users who benefit from hybrid electric-acoustic stimulation (EAS). However, combined ipsilateral electric …

03.11.2022 | Research Article

Assessing the Relationship Between Pitch Perception and Neural Health in Cochlear Implant Users

Various neural health estimates have been shown to indicate the density of spiral ganglion neurons in animal and modeling studies of cochlear implants (CIs). However, when applied to human CI users, these neural health estimates based on …

24.10.2022 | Research Article

Tone in Noise Detection in Children with a History of Temporary Conductive Hearing Loss

Children with a history of temporary conductive hearing loss (CHL) during early development may show long-term impairments in auditory processes that persist after restoration of normal audiometric hearing thresholds. Tones in noise provide a …

Open Access 19.10.2022 | Research Article

Prolonged Dexamethasone Exposure Enhances Zebrafish Lateral-Line Regeneration But Disrupts Mitochondrial Homeostasis and Hair Cell Function

The synthetic glucocorticoid dexamethasone is commonly used to treat inner ear disorders. Previous work in larval zebrafish has shown that dexamethasone treatment enhances hair cell regeneration, yet dexamethasone has also been shown to inhibit …

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JARO is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research findings from disciplines related to otolaryngology and communications sciences, including hearing and balance. JARO welcomes submissions describing original experimental research that investigates the mechanisms underlying problems of basic or clinical significance. Clinical case studies, pharmaceutical screens and methods papers are not encouraged unless they include significant new findings as well. Commentaries and reviews are published at the discretion of the editorial board; consult the editor-in-chief before submitting.

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