By G.E.W; Knight, Julie Wolstenholme
Chapter 1 a private event (pages 1–2): Jack Ashley
Chapter 2 Chairman's advent (pages 3–4): I. C. Whitfield
Chapter three The reasons of Profound Deafness in formative years (pages 5–40): G. R. Fraser
Chapter four The Pathology of Deafness (pages 41–68): I. Friedmann
Chapter five entire exam of a Case of Sensorineural Deafness at post-mortem (pages 69–78): M. Ingle Wright
Chapter 6 The Muco?Ciliary procedure with regards to heart Ear Pathology and Sensorineural listening to Loss (pages 79–99): Jacob Sade
Chapter 7 The Selective and Differential Vulnerability of the Auditory approach (pages 101–126): L. Fisch
Chapter eight general constitution of the Organ of Corti and the influence of Noise?Induced Cochlear harm (pages 127–156): Hans Engstrom, Harlow W. Ades and G. Bredberg
Chapter nine choices to Threshold dimension within the overview of listening to (pages 157–176): D. E. Broadbent and S. D. G. Stephens
Chapter 10 An research of the consequences of Occupational Noise on listening to (pages 177–192): W. Burns and D. W. Robinson
Chapter eleven Perfusion of Scala Tympani as a way of learning the Cochlear Transducer technique (pages 193–198): Phyllis E. Stopp
Chapter 12 the potential value of the Labyrinthine Fluids within the Pathogenesis of Sensorineural Deafness (pages 199–212): S. ok. Bosher
Chapter thirteen Can Nerve Impulse Periodicity be Used for Pitch conception? (pages 213–223): I. C. Whitfield
Chapter 14 a few Electrophysiological elements in Volley?Pitch notion via electric Stimulation (pages 225–240): F. Blair Simmons and Theodore J. Glattke
Chapter 15 Auditory?Nerve job in Cats with general and irregular Cochleas (pages 241–273): N. Y. S. Kiang, E. C. Moxon and R. A. Levine
Chapter sixteen The Early Detection of Acoustic Tumours through the Stapedius Reflex attempt (pages 275–294): Henry Anderson, Bengt Barr and Erik Wedenberg
Chapter 17 The Stapedius Muscle Reflex Used as an target Recruitment attempt: A scientific and Experimental learn (pages 295–312): Gunnar Liden
Chapter 18 Causation and Prevention of Sensorineurai, listening to Loss After Ear surgical procedure (pages 313–323): J. Marquet
Chapter 19 the place may We move from right here? (pages 325–343): ok. Hinchciffe
Chapter 20 Chairman's final feedback (pages 345–346): I. C. Whitfield
Chapter 21 visitor of Honour's ultimate comments (pages 347–348): Jack Ashley
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In Recenf Advances in Himian Genetics, pp. 1-1 8, ed. Penrose, L. S. London: Churchill. WAARDENBURG, P. J. (1951). ]. htrrn. , 3,195-253. WILDERVANCK, L. S. (1962). , 54,553-360. WILDERVANCK, L. S. (1963). Actagenet. Statist. , 13,161-169. WOOLF, C. , DOLOWITZ, D. , and ALDOUS, H. E. (1965). , 82,244-250. , and SADB,J. (1962). , 86953w39. DISCUSSION Hinchclrfi: Dr Fraser, did I take you to imply that genetic counselling to discourage near relatives who are deaf from marrying would not appreciably reduce the prevalence of genetically determined hearing loss ?
Otitis P A T H O L O G Y OF DEAFNESS 43 media still plays an important role in the causation of deafness, as Fraser has pointed out in his review of profound childhood deafness (1964). Morrison (1969) assessed the most frequent causes of severe deafness in adults and confirmed this view. Apart from its theoretical importance, the understanding of the pathology and bacteriology of otitis media (Dadswell, 1967; Wright, 1970) has practical significance because the application and the successful results of modern chemotherapeutic agents have been interpreted by some otologists as a change in the pathology and bacteriology of the disease.
1. 40 DISCUSSION MONIF, G . R. , AVERY,G. , KORONES,S. , and SEVER,J. L. (1965). Lamet, I, 723. PLOTKIN, S. , OSKIN, F. , HARTNEW. A. ,FRIEDMAW,H. (1965). ,@, 183. , BOOTH, J. , and FLECK,D. (I-). huer,2,443. , 3,195-253. (I~S~). 46,446461. ( 1963). 4daOlo-lar.. SUppl. 175. SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS G. E. W. WOLSTENHOLME & JULIE KNIGHT Copyright 0 1970 Ciba Foundation THE PATHOLOGY OF DEAFNESS I. FRIEDMANN Departtnemt of Patholo'ey arid Bacteriology, The Institute University of London of Larytgoloyy a d Otolqy, THEnumber of people who cannot hear, or whose hearing is impaired, is very high.
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