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Temporal bone studies of the human peripheral vestibular system. Meniere's disease.
Vestibular histopathology of the human temporal bone. What can we learn?
The National Temporal Bone, Hearing, and Balance Pathology Resource Registry.
Bovine temporal bones as a source of inner ear antigen.
Temporal bone studies of the human peripheral vestibular system. Normative vestibular hair cell data.
Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials in patients with superior semicircular canal dehiscence.
Meniere's syndrome and endolymphatic hydrops. Double-blind temporal bone study.
High jugular bulb: implications for posterior fossa neurotologic and cranial base surgery.
Temporal bone studies of the human peripheral vestibular system. Aminoglycoside ototoxicity.
Temporal bone studies of the human peripheral vestibular system. Normative Scarpa's ganglion cell data.
Otopathology in idiopathic Dandy's syndrome.
MEASUREMENT OF VESTIBULAR FUNCTION IN MENIERE'S DISEASE
VESTIBULAR TESTING IN DIAGNOSING MENIERES DISEASE
Sequential Imaging in Patient With Suspected Menière's Disease Identifies Endolymphatic Sac Tumor.
Peripheral Vestibular System Histopathologic Changes following Head Injury without Temporal Bone Fracture.
Inner ear pathologies impair sodium-regulated ion transport in Meniere's disease.
Peripheral Vestibular Organ Degeneration After Temporal Bone Fracture: A Human Otopathology Study.
Vestibular Aqueduct Morphology Correlates With Endolymphatic Sac Pathologies in Menière's Disease-A Correlative Histology and Computed Tomography Study.
Optimized Diagnostic Approach to Patients Suspected of Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence.