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Changes in Intraoperative and Postoperative Neural Response Telemetry in Cochlear Implant Users
Sohag Medical Journal
The cochlear implant directly stimulates the auditory nerve in deaf patients. Neural Response Telemetry (NRT) is used to record the response of the auditory nerve through thefeedback of the electrical signal. NRT does not need behavioral responses from very young children for thresholds and comfort levels. The status of the cochlear nerve activation with NRT was reviewed through intraoperative and postoperative neural responses. Aim of the work: To detect any changes in intraoperative anddoi:10.21608/smj.2017.39758 fatcat:kv6srzt7srfx7pt2plpkujtofq