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Non-Invasive Assays of Cochlear Synaptopathy -- Candidates and Considerations

By H. Bharadwaj and others at
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Studies in multiple species, including in post-mortem human tissue, have shown that normal aging and/or acoustic overexposure can lead to a significant loss of afferent synapses innervating the cochlea. Hypothetically, this cochlear synaptopathy can lead to perceptual deficits in challenging environments and can contribute to central neural effects such as... Show more
March 8, 2019
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Non-Invasive Assays of Cochlear Synaptopathy -- Candidates and Considerations
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