All Relations between Tinnitus and brainstem

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Ch Kuhlmann, W Scheidemann, M Bachmann, G F Schusse. [Brainstem auditory evoked responses in horses with hearing loss and during general anesthesia]. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde. vol 166. issue 7. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975650. horses with right sided external otitis: right moderate to severe conductive hearing loss (significantly prolonged latencies of i, iii, v and interpeak latencies i-iii, i-v, iii-v; thresholds of hearing levels 60 to 80 db right); horses with left sided external otitis: left severe conductive hearing loss (no correct identification of baer peaks, latencies not measurable, 80 db); horse with left sided head trauma: severe left sided conductive hearing loss (blood in the left external ear canal, no visible tympanic membrane, no correct identification of baer peaks, latencies not measurable, 80 db); horses with head shaking: mild sensorineural hearing loss on both sides (on both sides osseous parts ii/iii with keratin scales of the junction, visible tympanic membranes, significantly prolonged v, i-iii, i-v, 40 db); moderate to severe skittish horses with chronic eye disease (mostly left sided equine recurrent uveitis): moderate sensorineural hearing loss on both sides (normal otoscopical findings, significantly prolonged latencies and interpeak latencies left; i-v, iii-v right, 60 db, pathological involvement in the auditory pathway of the brainstem between the cochlear nucleus and colliculus caudalis); horse with a tinnitus on both sides: mild sensorineural hearing loss on both sides (normal otoscopical findings, prolonged v, i-iii, i-v, iii-v, 40 db, pathology of auditory nerve, cochlear nucleus and above the level of this nucleus); american paint horses: sensorineurale deafness on both sides (normal otoscopical findings, absent baer peaks, isoelectric lines and 80 db on both sides). 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Liu Qi, Zhang Jilei, Yu Lisheng, Jing Yuanyua. Hyperacusis questionnaire and event-related potential correlation in migraine patients. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-06-19. PMID:38898084. all participants underwent the pure tone audiometry and the auditory brainstem response test to determine hearing thresholds, the hyperacusis questionnaire, the tinnitus handicap inventory, and an erp examination. 2024-06-19 2024-06-22 human
Pauline Devolder, Hannah Keppler, Sarineh Keshishzadeh, Baziel Taghon, Ingeborg Dhooge, Sarah Verhuls. The role of hidden hearing loss in tinnitus: Insights from early markers of peripheral hearing damage. Hearing research. vol 450. 2024-06-09. PMID:38852534. this study investigated three potential markers of peripheral hidden hearing loss in subjects with tinnitus: extended high-frequency audiometric thresholds, the auditory brainstem response, and the envelope following response. 2024-06-09 2024-06-14 human
Katayoon Montazeri, Mohammad Farhadi, Abbas Majdabadi, Zainab Akbarnejad, Reza Fekrazad, Ali Shahbazi, Saeid Mahmoudia. Photobiomodulation therapy in improvement of harmful neural plasticity in sodium salicylate-induced tinnitus. PloS one. vol 19. issue 4. 2024-04-16. PMID:38626075. in the tinnitus group, the mean gap in noise (gin) value of gpias test was significantly decreased indicated the occurrence of an additional perceived sound like tinnitus and also the mean abr threshold and brainstem transmission time (btt) were significantly increased. 2024-04-16 2024-04-19 rat
Paweł Rozbicki, Sandra Krzywdzińska, Michał Kaczmarczyk, Jacek Usowski, Arkadiusz Lubas, Dariusz Jurkiewic. Patogenesis of tinnitus in patients with post-COVID syndrome - preliminary report. Otolaryngologia polska = The Polish otolaryngology. vol 77. issue 6. 2023-12-01. PMID:38038406. one suspected cause behind the development of vestibulocochlear symptoms is the inflammation of neural tissue triggered by sars-cov-2 infection.</br> <b><br>aim:</b> the aim of this study was to analyze the results of brainstem auditory evoked potentials (baep) in the context of tinnitus development among patients diagnosed with post-covid syndrome.</br> <b><br>material and methods:</b> this retrospective study involved the analysis of baep test results of patients admitted to the audiology clinic of the military institute of medicine at the national research institute and diagnosed with the post-covid syndrome. 2023-12-01 2023-12-10 human
Paweł Rozbicki, Sandra Krzywdzińska, Michał Kaczmarczyk, Jacek Usowski, Arkadiusz Lubas, Dariusz Jurkiewic. Patogenesis of tinnitus in patients with post-COVID syndrome - preliminary report. Otolaryngologia polska = The Polish otolaryngology. vol 77. issue 6. 2023-12-01. PMID:38038406. the only available report linking post-covid syndrome with sensorineural hearing loss demonstrated a statistically significant increase in latency values of waves iii, v, and an increase in intervals i-iii, iii-v.</br> <b><br>conclusions:</b> tinnitus in patients suffering from post-covid syndrome may be related to prolonged conduction of nerve impulses within the brainstem auditory pathway. 2023-12-01 2023-12-10 human
Viacheslav Vasilkov, Benjamin Caswell-Midwinter, Yan Zhao, Victor de Gruttola, David H Jung, M Charles Liberman, Stéphane F Maiso. Evidence of cochlear neural degeneration in normal-hearing subjects with tinnitus. Scientific reports. vol 13. issue 1. 2023-11-30. PMID:38036538. this study aims to clarify if cochlear neural degeneration estimated in a large pool of participants with normal audiograms is associated with self-report of tinnitus using a test battery probing the different stages of the auditory processing from hair cell responses to the auditory reflexes of the brainstem. 2023-11-30 2023-12-10 human
Takaomi Kurioka, Kunio Mizutari, Yasushi Satoh, Yasushi Kobayashi, Akihiro Shiotan. Blast-induced central auditory neurodegeneration affects tinnitus development regardless of peripheral cochlear damage. Journal of neurotrauma. 2023-10-05. PMID:37795561. the blast shock waves can cause neurodegeneration of the auditory pathway in the brainstem, as well as the cochlea, which is the primary receptor for hearing, leading to blast-induced tinnitus. 2023-10-05 2023-10-07 mouse
Takaomi Kurioka, Kunio Mizutari, Yasushi Satoh, Yasushi Kobayashi, Akihiro Shiotan. Blast-induced central auditory neurodegeneration affects tinnitus development regardless of peripheral cochlear damage. Journal of neurotrauma. 2023-10-05. PMID:37795561. however, it is still unclear which lesion is more dominant in triggering tinnitus, the peripheral cochlea or the brainstem lesion owing to the complex pathophysiology and the difficulty in objectively measuring tinnitus. 2023-10-05 2023-10-07 mouse
Takaomi Kurioka, Kunio Mizutari, Yasushi Satoh, Yasushi Kobayashi, Akihiro Shiotan. Blast-induced central auditory neurodegeneration affects tinnitus development regardless of peripheral cochlear damage. Journal of neurotrauma. 2023-10-05. PMID:37795561. these results indicate that the lesion in the brainstem could be dominant to the cochlear lesion in the development of tinnitus following blast exposure. 2023-10-05 2023-10-07 mouse
Michaela Tesařová, Tereza Boušková, Pavel Cejnar, Jiří Šantrůček, Lenka Peterková, Zdeněk Fík, Petra Sázelová, Václav Kašička, Radovan Hyne. Characterization of vestibular schwannoma tissues using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry analysis of specific peptide fragments separated by in-sample tryptic protein digestion followed by mathematical analysis. Journal of separation science. 2023-09-22. PMID:37735989. its first symptoms include hearing loss, tinnitus, and vestibular symptoms, followed by cerebellar and brainstem symptoms, along with palsy of the adjacent cranial nerves. 2023-09-22 2023-10-07 Not clear
Mohammad Farhadi, Ali Gorji, Marjan Mirsalehi, Marcus Müller, Alexander Borisovich Poletaev, Fereidoun Mahboudi, Abdoreza Asadpour, Mohammad Ebrahimi, Mohaddeseh Beiranvand, Mohaddeseh Dehghani Khaftari, Zeinab Akbarnejad, Saeid Mahmoudia. The human neuroprotective placental protein composition suppressing tinnitus and restoring auditory brainstem response in a rodent model of sodium salicylate-induced ototoxicity. Heliyon. vol 9. issue 8. 2023-08-28. PMID:37636471. the human neuroprotective placental protein composition suppressing tinnitus and restoring auditory brainstem response in a rodent model of sodium salicylate-induced ototoxicity. 2023-08-28 2023-09-07 human
Mohammad Farhadi, Ali Gorji, Marjan Mirsalehi, Marcus Müller, Alexander Borisovich Poletaev, Fereidoun Mahboudi, Abdoreza Asadpour, Mohammad Ebrahimi, Mohaddeseh Beiranvand, Mohaddeseh Dehghani Khaftari, Zeinab Akbarnejad, Saeid Mahmoudia. The human neuroprotective placental protein composition suppressing tinnitus and restoring auditory brainstem response in a rodent model of sodium salicylate-induced ototoxicity. Heliyon. vol 9. issue 8. 2023-08-28. PMID:37636471. the effect of neuroprotective placental protein composition (nppc) on the suppression of tinnitus and the restoration of the auditory brainstem response (abr) characteristics was explored in tinnitus-induced rats. 2023-08-28 2023-09-07 human
Sriram Boothalingam, Abigayle Peterson, Lindsey Powell, Vijayalakshmi Easwa. Auditory brainstem mechanisms likely compensate for self-imposed peripheral inhibition. Scientific reports. vol 13. issue 1. 2023-08-04. PMID:37542191. our findings provide a novel non-invasive window into potential gain compensation mechanisms in the brainstem that may have implications for auditory disorders such as tinnitus. 2023-08-04 2023-08-14 human
Katayoon Montazeri, Mohammad Farhadi, Zeinab Akbarnejad, Abdoreza Asadpour, Abbas Majdabadi, Reza Fekrazad, Saeid Mahmoudia. Acoustic and optoacoustic stimulations in auditory brainstem response test in salicylate induced tinnitus. Scientific reports. vol 13. issue 1. 2023-07-24. PMID:37488197. acoustic and optoacoustic stimulations in auditory brainstem response test in salicylate induced tinnitus. 2023-07-24 2023-08-14 rat
Vishweshwara Bhat, Emmanuel Shan Onaivi, Venkatanarayanan Sharm. Endocannabinoid system components as potential neuroimmune therapeutic targets in tinnitus. Frontiers in neurology. vol 14. 2023-06-12. PMID:37305742. tinnitus is believed to be a form of sensory epilepsy, spawning neuronal hyperactivity from the cochlear nucleus and inferior colliculus of the auditory brainstem region. 2023-06-12 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ourania Manta, Michail Sarafidis, Winfried Schlee, Birgit Mazurek, George K Matsopoulos, Dimitrios D Koutsouri. Development of Machine-Learning Models for Tinnitus-Related Distress Classification Using Wavelet-Transformed Auditory Evoked Potential Signals and Clinical Data. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 12. issue 11. 2023-06-11. PMID:37298037. initially, we extracted characteristics from both auditory brainstem response (abr) and auditory middle latency response (amlr) signals, which were derived from tinnitus patients. 2023-06-11 2023-08-14 Not clear
Mitra Rezapour, Mehdi Akbari, Leila Dargahi, Mohammad Ismail Zibaii, Ali Shahbaz. The Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Test, Supplementary to Behavioral Tests for Evaluation of the Salicylate-Induced Tinnitus. Indian journal of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery : official publication of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India. vol 75. issue Suppl 1. 2023-05-19. PMID:37206728. the auditory brainstem response (abr) test, supplementary to behavioral tests for evaluation of the salicylate-induced tinnitus. 2023-05-19 2023-08-14 rat
Mitra Rezapour, Mehdi Akbari, Leila Dargahi, Mohammad Ismail Zibaii, Ali Shahbaz. The Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Test, Supplementary to Behavioral Tests for Evaluation of the Salicylate-Induced Tinnitus. Indian journal of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery : official publication of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India. vol 75. issue Suppl 1. 2023-05-19. PMID:37206728. given the significance of the access to an objective and non-invasive method for tinnitus detection, in this study the auditory brainstem response (abr) electrophysiological test was used to diagnose salicylate-induced tinnitus, in parallel with common behavioral tests. 2023-05-19 2023-08-14 rat
Mitra Rezapour, Mehdi Akbari, Leila Dargahi, Mohammad Ismail Zibaii, Ali Shahbaz. The Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Test, Supplementary to Behavioral Tests for Evaluation of the Salicylate-Induced Tinnitus. Indian journal of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery : official publication of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India. vol 75. issue Suppl 1. 2023-05-19. PMID:37206728. gpias reflexive response is dependent on brainstem circuits and the auditory cortex while, abr test can demonstrate the function of the auditory brainstem in more details, and therefore, a combination of these two tests can offer a more accurate tinnitus evaluation. 2023-05-19 2023-08-14 rat