Explore the latest in cochlear implantation, including recent advances in technologies, techniques, and indications for the procedure.
This cross-sectional study examines the genetic causes of childhood-onset hearing loss and characterizes severity, progression, and cochlear implant success associated with genotype in a single large clinical cohort.
This prognostic study examines how aging and performance on a standardized cognitive test battery adapted to contain only visual cues are associated with complex speech recognition abilities in cochlear implant users.
This cohort study evaluates the cognitive functioning of older adults with severe hearing loss at risk for mild cognitive impairment before and after cochlear implantation.
This case series assesses whether there is an association between cognitive impairment screening scores and cochlear implant outcomes.
This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluates data for patients with hearing loss from studies of the association of hearing interventions with cognitive function, cognitive decline, cognitive impairment, and dementia.
This cross-sectional study examines patient expectations of cochlear implantation through the development and psychometric analysis of the Cochlear Implant Quality of Life–Expectations instrument.
This cross-sectional study investigates the association of sociodemographic, geographic, and parental characteristics with delayed cochlear implantation among children in California.
This randomized clinical trial compares levels of triamcinolone acetonide in perilymph and plasma after intratympanic injection.
This cohort study investigates whether early cochlear implantation is associated with language outcomes for children with prelingual single-sided deafness.
This Viewpoint proposes integrating cognitive testing with adult cochlear implant evaluations and discusses anticipated challenges.
This cohort study investigates whether there is an association between lockdowns during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID0-19) pandemic and children’s exposure to spoken language with cognitive development.
This cross-sectional study assesses changes in preoperative aided vs postoperative speech recognition scores for individual patients when considering the measurement error for each speech recognition test.
This cross-sectional study examines the prevlance of xerostomia in adult cochlear implant recipients.
This systematic review and meta-analysis provide an overview of indications for and complications of subtotal petrosectomy and cochlear implantation and compare outcomes between single vs multistage procedures and between pediatric vs adult populations.
This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluates the speech perception, sound localization, device use, and subjective outcomes reported in published studies of pediatric patients who received a cochlear implant for single-sided deafness.
This nonrandomized controlled trial investigates the safety and effectiveness of a single-ear cochlear implant in a group of optimized adult hearing aid users with and without mild cognitive impairment across a variety of outcome domains.
This secondary analysis of a nonrandomized clinical trial explores the audiometric and holistic effects of cochlear implantation in a group of adults 65 years or older compared with an optimized bilateral hearing aid condition.
This multicenter nonrandomized clinical trial examines the effectiveness of cochlear implants, as measured by improvement on the AzBio Sentence Test, for newly implanted Medicare beneficiaries who meet the expanded indications of an AzBio Sentence Test score of 41% to 60% in their best-aided condition.
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