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Aging and the Outer and Middle
Histopathology of the Human Inner Ear and Its Relationship to Presbycusis
Aging and the Inner Ear of Animals
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acoustic reflex adapted age effect age-related changes animals atrophy audiograms Audiology audiometric auditory system basilar membrane binaural brainstem C57 mice CBA mice cell loss CEPP Chapter cochlear nucleus cochlear pathology cognitive correlated damage dB HL decreased degeneration dendrites differences efferent evidence factors Figure function ganglion cells hair cells hearing impairment Hearing Research high frequencies high-frequency histopathology IHCs increased inferior colliculus inner ear Jerger Johnsson and Hawkins Journal latency masking middle ear nerve fibers neural neurons normal hearing observed occur OHCs older listeners older subjects organ of Corti Otolaryngology otosclerosis patients PB words percent performance peripheral presbycusis poorer presbycusis processes pure tone rats response Schuknecht sensorineural hearing loss sensory significant speech perception spiral ganglion spiral ganglion cells spiral ligament stria vascularis strial suggested temporal tests Threshold dB threshold elevations tion tissue tuning curves types vascular Willott young and old young subjects