Archives - Cochlear Implant

  • Incomplete Cochlear Partition Type I

    Inner ear malformations (IEM) represent about 20%–35% of the etiology of congenital sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL).
    Incomplete cochlear partition anomalies characterize a group of IEM with normal cochlear location, external dimensions...

  • Opto-acoustic Cochlear implant to hear with light pulses

    Cochlear implants are electronic prosthetic devices used in adults and children with sensory neural hearing loss, who are not benefited by the use of conventional hearing aids. They bypasses the functions of damaged hair cells inside the inner ear...

  • Fully Implantable Cochlear Implant (FICI) with Piezoelectric Middle-Ear Sensor

    Cochlear Implant (CI) is a prosthetic electronic device which replaces the function of damaged inner ear. CI provides direct electrical stimulation to the auditory (hearing) nerve in the inner ear bypassing the damaged hair cells. They are used...

  • Cochlear Implantation in Incomplete Partition type III

    Incomplete Partition type III (IP-III) or most widely known as X linked deafness is an inner ear anomaly associated with congenital mixed hearing loss, fixation of stapes footplate and perilymph gusher during stapes or cochlear implant surgery...