Special Issue "Bone and Cartilage Conduction II"
A special issue of Audiology Research (ISSN 2039-4349).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2023) | Viewed by 5247
Interests: otology; neurotology; audiology; hearing aid; hearing; implantation; bone conduction, cartilage conduction
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Air conduction is major pathway to hear sounds, and utilized for various hearing devices. On the other hand, the application of the other conduction, such as bone and cartilage conductions, has not been as popular as that of air conduction. Recently, the development of the devices has promoted the application of the other conductions in various fields. In the previous Special Issue of “Bone and Cartilage Conduction”, many basic and clinical researches on bone and cartilage conduction have been reported, which made us reconfirm the interesting among the scholars in this field. Particularly, cartilage conduction hearing devices reported in the previous special issue have already been recognized as one of the major hearing devices in Japan. To discover the potentials and to promote the applications of both conductions, we would like to discuss the mechanism and applications of both conductions again.
Dr. Tadashi Nishimura
Dr. Takanori Nishiyama
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- bone conduction
- cartilage conduction
- hearing aid
- hearing device
- aural atresia
- otitis media
- conductive hearing loss