Are We Training Too Many Otologists?
Harold F. Schuknecht, MD
Analysis of Middle Ear Mechanics and Application to Diseased and Reconstructed Ears
DNA Analysis of Human Cholesteatomas
Allergic Eustachian Tube Dysfunction: Diagnosis and Treatment
A Meta-Analysis Review of Revision Stapes Surgery with Argon Laser: Effectiveness and Safety
Lack of Association Between Hearing Loss and Glaucoma
Antibodies to Glycosphingolipid Antigens in Patients with Immune-Mediated Cochleovestibular Disorders
Conservation of Residual Hearing with Cochlear Implantation
Cochlear Implantation in Children with Cochlear Malformations
Management of Complications from 820 Temporal Bone Fractures
Brain Herniation into the Middle Ear and Mastoid: Concepts in Diagnosis and Surgical Management
Relationship of the Head Impulse Test and Head-Shake Nystagmus in Reference to Caloric Testing
Polyamines Increase in the Brain Stem and Cerebellum Following Labyrinthectomy
Intracranial Complications of Temporal Bone Osteoradionecrosis
Radiation-Induced Tumors of the Temporal Bone
Management of Acoustic Neuroma in the Elderly Population
Impaired Interferon Production by Leukocytes from Patients with Bell Palsy and Lack of Findings Suggestive for a Systemic Viral Involvement
Value of Intraoperative Threshold Stimulus in Predicting Postoperative Facial Nerve Function After Acoustic Tumor Resection
Intratemporal Facial Nerve Blood Flow in Guinea Pigs
Facial Nerve Palsy in Lyme Disease: Evaluation of Clinical Diagnostic Criteria
Balance Disorders: A Case Study Approach
Disorders of the Vestibular System
Clinical Disorders of Balance, Posture, and Gait
Clinical Otology. 2nd ed
Hearing Loss
Atlas of Head and Neck Surgery–Otolaryngology
Neurophysiological Approach to Tinnitus Patients
Author's Reply
Cochlear Implant Mechanical Failures
Barotraumatic Fracture of the Stapes Footplate
Barotraumatic Fracture of the Stapes Footplate
Characteristics of Six Otologic Diseases Involving Vertigo
Characteristics of Six Otologic Diseases Involving Vertigo
A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial of Baclofen in the Treatment of Tinnitus
A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial of Baclofen in the Treatment of Tinnitus
Acknowledgment
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM OF THE AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC.
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM OF THE 1997 SPRING PROGRAM OF THE AMERICAN NEUROTOLOGY SOCIETY THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
BALANCE ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP
GENE MAPPING STUDY
ERRATUM