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1. Atypical cochleovestibular syndrome in a child.

2. Pneumolabyrinth and Pneumocochlea.

3. Vestibular functions in patients with idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss and its relation to prognosis.

4. Embryonic and Neonatal Mouse Cochleae Are Susceptible to Zika Virus Infection.

5. Migraine and Cochlear Symptoms.

6. Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal Stromal Cell-Derived Exosomes Rescue the Loss of Outer Hair Cells and Repair Cochlear Damage in Cisplatin-Injected Mice.

7. A New Pathogenic Variant in POU3F4 Causing Deafness Due to an Incomplete Partition of the Cochlea Paved the Way for Innovative Surgery.

8. A new phenomenon of cochlear otosclerosis: an acquired or congenital disease? - A clinical report of cochlear otosclerosis.

9. Bilateral Hearing Loss and Unilateral Cochlear Ossification in a Patient With Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia.

10. Embryology, Malformations, and Rare Diseases of the Cochlea.

11. Long-range cis-regulatory elements controlling GDF6 expression are essential for ear development.

12. New Classification of Cochlear Hypoplasia Type Malformation: Relevance in Cochlear Implantation.

13. CDK5RAP2 primary microcephaly is associated with hypothalamic, retinal and cochlear developmental defects.

14. Cochlear Patency after Translabyrinthine and Retrosigmoid Vestibular Schwannoma Surgery.

15. Pattern of cochlear obliteration after vestibular Schwannoma resection according to surgical approach.

16. Identification of MYO6 copy number variation associated with cochlear aplasia by targeted sequencing.

17. [Changes of BK(Ca) on vascular striaepericytes of D-galactose-induced aging model in guinea pigs].

18. Carotid-cochlear dehiscence: a dangerous mimicker of inner ear pathologies.

19. Cochlear patency following translabyrinthine vestibular schwannoma resection: implications for hearing rehabilitation.

20. [Cochleo-vestibular lesions and prognosis in patients with profound sudden sensorineural hearing loss: a comparative analysis].


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