All Relations between Tinnitus and cochlear nuclei

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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
Mark P Pressler, Brian Brenner, Lynn R Kohan, Andrew M Mendelso. New-Onset Tinnitus After Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulator Implantation: A Case Report. A&A practice. vol 18. issue 3. 2024-02-28. PMID:38416112. tinnitus can be modulated by secondary somatosensory inputs to the cochlear nucleus from the dcscs. 2024-02-28 2024-03-01 Not clear
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
Min Chen, Shiyao Min, Chen Zhang, Xuerui Hu, Shufeng L. Using Extracochlear Multichannel Electrical Stimulation to Relieve Tinnitus and Reverse Tinnitus-Related Auditory-Somatosensory Plasticity in the Cochlear Nucleus. Neuromodulation : journal of the International Neuromodulation Society. 2021-08-04. PMID:34346133. using extracochlear multichannel electrical stimulation to relieve tinnitus and reverse tinnitus-related auditory-somatosensory plasticity in the cochlear nucleus. 2021-08-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Min Chen, Shiyao Min, Chen Zhang, Xuerui Hu, Shufeng L. Using Extracochlear Multichannel Electrical Stimulation to Relieve Tinnitus and Reverse Tinnitus-Related Auditory-Somatosensory Plasticity in the Cochlear Nucleus. Neuromodulation : journal of the International Neuromodulation Society. 2021-08-04. PMID:34346133. this study was to investigate whether a novel extracochlear electrical stimulation (ees) strategy could relieve tinnitus of guinea pigs without hearing impairment, and the roles of auditory-somatosensory plasticity in the cochlear nucleus in the tinnitus relief. 2021-08-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Peethambaran Arun, Franco Rossetti, Donna M Wilder, Ying Wang, Irene D Gist, Joseph B Lon. Blast Exposure Causes Long-Term Degeneration of Neuronal Cytoskeletal Elements in the Cochlear Nucleus: A Potential Mechanism for Chronic Auditory Dysfunctions. Frontiers in neurology. vol 12. 2021-04-13. PMID:33841318. the localized degeneration of neuronal cytoskeletal elements in the cochlear nucleus suggests that the damage could be caused by transmission of blast shockwaves/noise through the ear canal and that use of suitable ear protection devices can protect against acute and chronic central auditory signal processing defects including tinnitus after blast exposure. 2021-04-13 2023-08-13 rat
Michelle R Kapolowicz, Lucien T Thompso. Plasticity in Limbic Regions at Early Time Points in Experimental Models of Tinnitus. Frontiers in systems neuroscience. vol 13. 2021-03-20. PMID:32038184. the pathology of tinnitus has been mechanistically linked to induction of harmful neural plasticity stemming from traumatic noise exposure, exposure to ototoxic medications, input deprivation from age-related hearing loss, and in response to injuries or disorders damaging the conductive apparatus of the ears, the cochlear hair cells, the ganglionic cells of the viiith cranial nerve, or neurons of the classical auditory pathway which link the cochlear nuclei through the inferior colliculi and medial geniculate nuclei to auditory cortices. 2021-03-20 2023-08-13 human
Manli Yin, Chenchen Xia, Cong Wu, Yonghua Ji, You Zho. Aberrant expression of Nav1.6 in the cochlear nucleus correlates with salicylate-induced tinnitus in rats. Biochemical and biophysical research communications. vol 526. issue 3. 2020-12-17. PMID:32268959. aberrant expression of nav1.6 in the cochlear nucleus correlates with salicylate-induced tinnitus in rats. 2020-12-17 2023-08-13 rat
Tang-Chuan Wang, Ta-Yuan Chang, Richard Tyler, Ying-Ju Lin, Wen-Miin Liang, Yio-Wha Shau, Wei-Yong Lin, Yi-Wen Chen, Chia-Der Lin, Ming-Hsui Tsa. Noise Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus-New Research Developments and Remaining Gaps in Disease Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention. Brain sciences. vol 10. issue 10. 2020-11-03. PMID:33066210. we discuss the mechanisms and maladaptive plasticity of nihl, neuronal aspects of tinnitus triggers, and mechanisms such as tinnitus-associated neural changes at the cochlear nucleus underlying the generation of tinnitus after noise-induced deafferentation. 2020-11-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Yonghua Ji, You Zho. Corrigendum to "Aberrant expression of Nav1.6 in the cochlear nucleus correlates with salicylate-induced tinnitus in rats" [Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 526 (3) (2020) 786-792]. Biochemical and biophysical research communications. vol 527. issue 4. 2020-09-17. PMID:32456795. corrigendum to "aberrant expression of nav1.6 in the cochlear nucleus correlates with salicylate-induced tinnitus in rats" [biochem. 2020-09-17 2023-08-13 rat
Heather Woo. Sensory systems: Bimodal cochlear nucleus stimulation alleviates tinnitus. Nature reviews. Neurology. vol 14. issue 3. 2019-08-22. PMID:29348542. sensory systems: bimodal cochlear nucleus stimulation alleviates tinnitus. 2019-08-22 2023-08-13 Not clear
Amarins N Heeringa, Calvin Wu, Christopher Chung, Michael West, David Martel, Leslie Liberman, M Charles Liberman, Susan E Shor. Glutamatergic Projections to the Cochlear Nucleus are Redistributed in Tinnitus. Neuroscience. vol 391. 2019-02-27. PMID:30236972. glutamatergic projections to the cochlear nucleus are redistributed in tinnitus. 2019-02-27 2023-08-13 Not clear
Thomas Brozoski, Daniel Brozoski, Kurt Wisner, Carol Baue. Chronic tinnitus and unipolar brush cell alterations in the cerebellum and dorsal cochlear nucleus. Hearing research. vol 350. 2018-04-02. PMID:28478300. neuron degeneration was also documented in the cochlear nucleus and pfl of exposed animals, both with and without tinnitus. 2018-04-02 2023-08-13 rat
Paul F Smith, Yiwen Zhen. Cannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors and tinnitus. Hearing research. vol 332. 2016-12-13. PMID:26433054. this review explores the question of whether cannabinoid receptor agonists are likely to be pro- or anti-epileptic in the cochlear nucleus and therefore whether cannabinoids and cannabis itself are likely to make tinnitus better or worse. 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 Not clear
Paul F Smith, Yiwen Zhen. Cannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors and tinnitus. Hearing research. vol 332. 2016-12-13. PMID:26433054. one hypothesis suggests that tinnitus is a form of sensory epilepsy, arising partly from neuronal hyperactivity in auditory regions of the brain such as the cochlear nucleus and inferior colliculus. 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 Not clear
Yiwen Zheng, Kate McPherson, Peter Reid, Paul F Smit. The anti-inflammatory selective melanocortin receptor subtype 4 agonist, RO27-3225, fails to prevent acoustic trauma-induced tinnitus in rats. European journal of pharmacology. vol 761. 2016-05-17. PMID:25977231. in preliminary studies we have observed a massive microglial activation in the cochlear nucleus following acoustic trauma-induced tinnitus in rats, which suggests that inflammatory responses within the central auditory system may be involved in the development and maintenance of tinnitus. 2016-05-17 2023-08-13 mouse
Jian-yu Dai, Yi-guo Chen, Xiao-qing Zhan. [The Impact of Electroacupuncture Intervention on Expression of 5-HTR 1 B/2 C Genes in Mice under Radiation Stimulation from Mobile Phone]. Zhen ci yan jiu = Acupuncture research. vol 40. issue 4. 2015-12-22. PMID:26502543. to observe the effect of electroacupuncture (ea) stimulation of "yifen" (te 17), "shenshu" (bl 23) on the expression of 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor 1 b (5-htr 1 b) mrna and 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor 2 c (5-htr 2 c) mrna in the cochlear nucleus tissue in mice experiencing radiation from mobile phone, so as to explore its mechanisms underlying improvement of tinnitus. 2015-12-22 2023-08-13 mouse
Inge M Knudson, Christopher A Shera, Jennifer R Melche. Increased contralateral suppression of otoacoustic emissions indicates a hyperresponsive medial olivocochlear system in humans with tinnitus and hyperacusis. Journal of neurophysiology. vol 112. issue 12. 2015-10-29. PMID:25231612. the present data, combined with previous human and animal data, indicate that neural pathways involving every major division of the cochlear nucleus manifest hyperactivity and/or hyperresponsiveness in tinnitus and/or low slt. 2015-10-29 2023-08-13 human
Yiwen Zheng, Stefanie Dixon, Kate McPherson, Kate MacPherson, Paul F Smit. Glutamic acid decarboxylase levels in the cochlear nucleus of rats with acoustic trauma-induced chronic tinnitus. Neuroscience letters. vol 586. 2015-05-14. PMID:25478959. glutamic acid decarboxylase levels in the cochlear nucleus of rats with acoustic trauma-induced chronic tinnitus. 2015-05-14 2023-08-13 rat
Ben Coomber, Victoria L Kowalkowski, Joel I Berger, Alan Richard Palmer, Mark Nelson Wallac. Modulating central gain in tinnitus: changes in nitric oxide synthase in the ventral cochlear nucleus. Frontiers in neurology. vol 6. 2015-03-25. PMID:25806021. unilateral acoustic over-exposure (aoe) resulted in marked asymmetries between ipsilateral and contralateral sides of the vcn in terms of the distribution of nos across the cochlear nuclei in animals with behavioral evidence of tinnitus: fewer nos-positive cells and a reduced level of nos staining was present across the whole extent of the contralateral vcn, relative to the ipsilateral vcn. 2015-03-25 2023-08-13 Not clear