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    1. Rabinowitz, PM; Duran, R
      Is acculturation related to use of hearing protection?

      AIHAJ
    2. Seixas, NS; Ren, K; Neitzel, R; Camp, J; Yost, M
      Noise exposure among construction electricians

      AIHAJ
    3. Ahmed, HO; Dennis, JH; Badran, O; Ismail, M; Ballal, SG; Ashoor, A; Jerwood, D
      High-frequency (10-18 kHz) hearing thresholds: reliability, and effects ofage and occupational noise exposure

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    4. Zheng, QY; Johnson, KR
      Hearing loss associated with the modifier of deaf waddler (mdfw) locus corresponds with age-related hearing loss in 12 inbred strains of mice

      HEARING RESEARCH
    5. Chen, GD; Kong, J; Reinhard, K; Fechter, LD
      NMDA receptor blockage protects against permanent noise-induced hearing loss but not its potentiation by carbon monoxide

      HEARING RESEARCH
    6. Scholik, AR; Yan, HY
      Effects of underwater noise on auditory sensitivity of a cyprinid fish

      HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Hwang, SA; Gomez, MI; Sobotova, L; Stark, AD; May, JJ; Hallman, EM
      Predictors of hearing loss in New York farmers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    8. Ritter, DC; Perkins, JL
      Noise-induced hearing loss among US Air Force cryptolinguists

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    9. Buckey, JC; Musiek, FE; Kline-Schoder, R; Clark, JC; Hart, S; Havelka, J
      Hearing loss in space

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    10. Da Costa, EA
      Brazilian Portuguese speech material and its application in occupational audiology

      AUDIOLOGY
    11. Attanasio, G; Buongiorno, G; Piccoli, F; Mafera, B; Cordier, A; Barbara, M; Filipo, R
      Laser Doppler measurement of cochlear blood flow changes during conditioning noise exposure

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    12. Ogita, K; Matsunobu, T; Schacht, J
      Acoustic trauma enhances DNA binding of transcription factor AP-I in the guinea pig inner ear

      NEUROREPORT
    13. Khan, MJ; Seidman, MD; Quirk, WS; Shivapuja, BG
      Effects of kynurenic acid as a glutamate receptor antagonist in the guineapig

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    14. Job, A; Raynal, M; Tricoire, A; Signoret, J; Rondet, P
      Hearing status of French youth aged from 18 to 24 years in 1997: a cross-sectional epidemiological study in the selection centres of the army in Vincennes and Lyon

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    15. Yoshida, N; Liberman, MC
      Sound conditioning reduces noise-induced permanent threshold shift in mice

      HEARING RESEARCH
    16. Chen, GD; McWilliams, ML; Fechter, LD
      Succinate dehydrogenase (SDH) activity in hair cells: a correlate for permanent threshold elevations

      HEARING RESEARCH
    17. Zheng, XY; McFadden, SL; Ding, DL; Henderson, D
      Cochlear de-efferentation and impulse noise-induced acoustic trauma in thechinchilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    18. Shoji, F; Yamasoba, T; Magal, E; Dolan, DF; Altschuler, RA; Miller, JM
      Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor has a dose dependent influenceon noise-induced hearing loss in the guinea pig cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    19. Hsu, CJ; Shau, WY; Chen, YS; Liu, T; Lin-Shiau, SY
      Activities of Na+,K+-ATPase and Ca2+-ATPase in cochlear lateral wall afteracoustic trauma

      HEARING RESEARCH
    20. Yoshida, N; Hequembourg, SJ; Atencio, CA; Rosowski, JJ; Liberman, MC
      Acoustic injury in mice: 129/SvEv is exceptionally resistant to noise-induced hearing loss

      HEARING RESEARCH
    21. Lamm, K; Arnold, W
      The effect of blood flow promoting drugs on cochlear blood flow, perilymphatic pO(2) and auditory function in the normal and noise-damaged hypoxic and ischemic guinea pig inner ear

      HEARING RESEARCH
    22. Kaltenbach, JA; Afman, CE
      Hyperactivity in the dorsal cochlear nucleus after intense sound exposure and its resemblance to tone-evoked activity: a physiological model for tinnitus

      HEARING RESEARCH
    23. Coles, RRA; Lutman, ME; Buffin, JT
      Guidelines on the diagnosis of noise-induced hearing loss for medicolegal purposes

      CLINICAL OTOLARYNGOLOGY
    24. Sriwattanatamma, P; Breysse, P
      Comparison of NIOSH noise criteria and OSHA hearing conservation criteria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    25. May, JJ
      Occupational hearing loss

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    26. Maison, SF; Liberman, MC
      Predicting vulnerability to acoustic injury with a noninvasive assay of olivocochlear reflex strength

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Pyykko, IV; Toppila, EM; Starck, JP; Juhola, M; Auramo, Y
      Database for a hearing conservation program

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    28. Hernandez-Gaytan, SI; Santos-Burgoa, C; Becker-Meyer, JP; Macias-Carrillo, C; Lopez-Cervantes, M
      Prevalence and correlates of hearing loss in a cement factory.

      SALUD PUBLICA DE MEXICO
    29. Barrenas, ML; Holgers, KM
      Ototoxic interaction between noise and pheomelanin: Distortion product otoacoustic emissions after acoustical trauma in chloroquine-treated red, black, and albino guinea pigs

      AUDIOLOGY
    30. Ohinata, Y; Miller, JM; Altschuler, RA; Schacht, J
      Intense noise induces formation of vasoactive lipid peroxidation products in the cochlea

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Oeken, J
      Topodiagnostic assessment of occupational noise-induced hearing loss usingdistortion-product otoacoustic emissions compared to the short increment sensitivity index test

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY
    32. Lee, HK; Lee, EH; Choi, JY; Choi, HS; Kim, HN
      Noise level of drilling instruments during mastoidectomy

      YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL
    33. Chen, GD; McWilliams, ML; Fechter, LD
      Intermittent noise-induced hearing loss and the influence of carbon monoxide

      HEARING RESEARCH
    34. Hamernik, RP; Ahroon, WA
      Sound-induced priming of the chinchilla auditory system

      HEARING RESEARCH
    35. Mom, T; Bonfils, P; Gilain, L; Avan, P
      Vulnerability of the gerbil cochlea to sound exposure during reversible ischemia

      HEARING RESEARCH
    36. Ahroon, WA; Hamernik, RP
      Noise-induced hearing loss in the noise-toughened auditory system

      HEARING RESEARCH
    37. Yamasoba, T; Dolan, DF; Miller, JM
      Acquired resistance to acoustic trauma by sound conditioning is primarily mediated by changes restricted to the cochlea, not by systemic responses

      HEARING RESEARCH
    38. Eddins, AC; Zuskov, M; Salvi, RJ
      Changes in distortion product otoacoustic emissions during prolonged noiseexposure

      HEARING RESEARCH
    39. Plinkert, PK; Hemmert, W; Wagner, W; Just, K; Zenner, HP
      Monitoring noise susceptibility: sensitivity of otoacoustic emissions and subjective audiometry

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    40. Anari, M; Axelsson, A; Eliasson, A; Magnusson, L
      Hypersensitivity to sound - Questionnaire data, audiometry and classification

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    41. Delb, W; Hoppe, U; Liebel, J; Iro, H
      Determination of acute noise effects using distortion product otoacoustic emissions

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    42. Picard, M; Banville, R; Barbarosie, T; Manolache, M
      Speech audiometry in noise-exposed workers: The SRT-PTA relationship revisited

      AUDIOLOGY
    43. Vinck, BM; Van Cauwenberge, PB; Leroy, L; Corthals, P
      Sensitivity of transient evoked and distortion product otoacoustic emissions to the direct effects of noise on the human cochlea

      AUDIOLOGY
    44. Yamasoba, T; Schacht, J; Shoji, F; Miller, JM
      Attenuation of cochlear damage from noise trauma by an iron chelator, a free radical scavenger and glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor in vivo

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    45. Marshall, L; Heller, LM
      Transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions as a measure of noise-induced threshold shift

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    46. KALTENBACH JA; GODFREY DA; NEUMANN JB; MCCASLIN DL; AFMAN CE; ZHANG JS
      CHANGES IN SPONTANEOUS NEURAL ACTIVITY IN THE DORSAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUSFOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO INTENSE SOUND - RELATION TO THRESHOLD SHIFT

      Hearing research
    47. JOB A; GRATEAU P; PICARD J
      INTRINSIC DIFFERENCES IN HEARING PERFORMANCES BETWEEN EARS REVEALED BY THE ASYMMETRICAL SHOOTING POSTURE IN THE ARMY

      Hearing research
    48. BOETTCHER FA; CALDWELL RK; GRATTON MA; WHITE DR; MILES LR
      EFFECTS OF NIMODIPINE ON NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Hearing research
    49. YAMASOBA T; DOLAN DF
      THE MEDIAL COCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM DOES NOT APPEAR TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACQUIRED-RESISTANCE TO ACOUSTIC TRAUMA

      Hearing research
    50. JACONO AA; HU BH; KOPKE RD; HENDERSON D; VANDEWATER TR; STEINMAN HM
      CHANGES IN COCHLEAR ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME-ACTIVITY AFTER SOUND CONDITIONING AND NOISE EXPOSURE IN THE CHINCHILLA

      Hearing research
    51. SCHILLING JR; MILLER RL; SACHS MB; YOUNG ED
      FREQUENCY-SHAPED AMPLIFICATION CHANGES THE NEURAL REPRESENTATION OF SPEECH WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Hearing research
    52. MCFADDEN SL; CAMPO P; DING DL; QUARANTA N
      EFFECTS OF NOISE ON INFERIOR COLLICULUS EVOKED-POTENTIALS AND COCHLEAR ANATOMY IN YOUNG AND AGED CHINCHILLAS

      Hearing research
    53. MULROY MJ; HENRY WR; MCNEIL PL
      NOISE-INDUCED TRANSIENT MICROLESIONS IN THE CELL-MEMBRANES OF AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    54. LAMM K; ARNOLD W
      THE EFFECT OF PREDNISOLONE AND NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY AGENTS ON THE NORMAL AND NOISE-DAMAGED GUINEA-PIG INNER-EAR

      Hearing research
    55. HSU CJ; LIU TC; LIN KN
      EFFECT OF ACOUSTIC TRAUMA ON CYTOCHROME-OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN STRIA VASCULARIS

      ORL
    56. ATTIAS J; BRESLOFF I; RESHEF I; HOROWITZ G; FURMAN V
      EVALUATING NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS WITH DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      British journal of audiology
    57. DANIELL WE; FULTONKEHOE D; SMITHWELLER T; FRANKLIN GM
      OCCUPATIONAL HEARING-LOSS IN WASHINGTON-STATE, 1984-1991 - I - STATEWIDE AND INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC INCIDENCE

      American journal of industrial medicine
    58. DANIELL WE; FULTONKEHOE D; SMITHWELLER T; FRANKLIN GM
      OCCUPATIONAL HEARING-LOSS IN WASHINGTON-STATE, 1984-1991 - II - MORBIDITY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    59. CRISTELL M; HUTCHINSON KM; ALESSIO HM
      EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON HEARING ABILITY

      Scandinavian audiology
    60. JONSSON R; ROSENHALL U; GAUSENILSSON I; STEEN B
      AUDITORY FUNCTION IN 70 AND 75-YEAR-OLDS OF 4 AGE COHORTS - A CROSS-SECTIONAL AND TIME-LAG STUDY OF PRESBYACUSIS

      Scandinavian audiology
    61. HALLBERG LRM
      EVALUATION OF A SWEDISH VERSION OF THE HEARING DISABILITIES AND HANDICAPS SCALE, BASED ON A CLINICAL-SAMPLE OF 101 MEN WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Scandinavian audiology
    62. MILLER JM; DOLAN DF; RAPHAEL Y; ALTSCHULER RA
      INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF AGING WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Scandinavian audiology
    63. QUARANTA A; PORTALATINI P; HENDERSON D
      TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT THRESHOLD SHIFT - AN OVERVIEW

      Scandinavian audiology
    64. SALLUSTIO V; PORTALATINI P; SOLEO L; CASSANO F; PESOLA G; LASORSA G; QUARANTA N; SALONNA I
      AUDITORY DYSFUNCTION IN OCCUPATIONAL NOISE EXPOSED WORKERS

      Scandinavian audiology
    65. MILLS JH; DUBNO JR; BOETTCHER FA
      INTERACTION OF NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS AND PRESBYACUSIS

      Scandinavian audiology
    66. ARSLAN E; ORZAN E
      AUDIOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Scandinavian audiology
    67. WU TN; LIOU SH; SHEN CY; HSU CC; CHAO SL; WANG JH; CHANG SF; KO KN; CHIANG HC; CHANG PY
      SURVEILLANCE OF NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS IN TAIWAN, ROC - A REPORT OF THE PRESS-NIHL RESULTS

      Preventive medicine
    68. FRIDBERGER A; FLOCK A; ULFENDAHL M; FLOCK B
      ACOUSTIC OVERSTIMULATION INCREASES OUTER HAIR CELL CA2+ CONCENTRATIONS AND CAUSES DYNAMIC CONTRACTIONS OF THE HEARING ORGAN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. Mostafapour, SP; Lahargoue, K; Gates, GA
      Noise-induced hearing loss in young adults: The role of personal listeningdevices and other sources of leisure noise

      LARYNGOSCOPE
    70. Xu, ZM; Vinck, B; De Vel, E; van Cauwenberge, P
      Mechanisms in noise-induced permanent hearing loss: an evoked otoacoustic emission and auditory brainstem response study

      JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY
    71. TOGNOLA G; GRANDORI F; RAVAZZANI P
      WAVELET ANALYSIS OF CLICK-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    72. YAMASOBA T; HARRIS C; SHOJI F; LEE RJ; NUTTALL AL; MILLER JM
      INFLUENCE OF INTENSE SOUND EXPOSURE ON GLUTATHIONE SYNTHESIS IN THE COCHLEA

      Brain research
    73. YAMASOBA T; NUTTALL AL; HARRIS C; RAPHAEL Y; MILLER JM
      ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE IN PROTECTION AGAINST NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Brain research
    74. MCFADDEN SL; HENDERSON D; QUARANTA A
      REMOTE MASKING IN NORMAL-HEARING AND NOISE-EXPOSED CHINCHILLAS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    75. IRWIN J
      OCCUPATIONAL NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Occupational medicine
    76. YAMASOBA T; DOLAN DF
      CHRONIC STRYCHNINE ADMINISTRATION INTO THE COCHLEA POTENTIATES PERMANENT THRESHOLD SHIFT FOLLOWING NOISE EXPOSURE

      Hearing research
    77. ZHENG XY; HENDERSON D; HU BH; DING DL; MCFADDEN SL
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE COCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM ON CHRONIC ACOUSTIC TRAUMA

      Hearing research
    78. GUNDERSON E; MOLINE J; CATALANO P
      RISKS OF DEVELOPING NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS IN EMPLOYEES OF URBAN MUSIC CLUBS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    79. YAREMCHUK K; DICKSON L; BURK K; SHIVAPUJA BG
      NOISE-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TOYS

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    80. HINCHCLIFFE R
      MEDICAL EXAMINER VARIABILITY

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    81. BARRENAS ML
      HAIR CELL LOSS FROM ACOUSTIC TRAUMA IN CHLOROQUINE-TREATED RED, BLACKAND ALBINO GUINEA-PIGS

      Audiology
    82. XU ZM; DEVEL E; VINCK B; VANCAUWENBERGE P
      MIDDLE-LATENCY RESPONSES TO ASSESS OBJECTIVE THRESHOLDS IN PATIENTS WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSSES AND MENIERES-DISEASE

      European archives of oto-rhino-laryngology
    83. BRUSIS T
      DETERMINATION OF HEARING-LOSS AND DEGREE OF DISABILITY IN CASE OF PERMANENT NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS USING SINUS-TONE AND SPEECH AUDIOMETRY

      Laryngo-, Rhino-, Otologie
    84. HALLBERG LRM; JANSSON G
      WOMEN WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS - AN INVISIBLE GROUP

      British journal of audiology
    85. ROBINSON DW; LAWTON BW
      CONCEPT OF THE NOTIONAL PERSON IN THE ASSESSMENT OF HEARING DISABILITY

      British journal of audiology
    86. MORAMAGANA I; COLLADOCORONA MA; TORALMARTINON R; CANO A
      ACOUSTIC TRAUMA CAUSED BY LIGHTNING

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    87. CHERMAK GD; CURTIS L; SEIKEL JA
      THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INTERACTIVE HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM FOR ELEMENTARY-SCHOOL-CHILDREN

      Language, speech & hearing services in schools
    88. RAWOOL VW
      ACOUSTIC REFLEX MONITORING DURING THE PRESENTATION OF 1000 CLICKS AT HIGH REPETITION RATES

      Scandinavian audiology
    89. HALLBERG LRM
      OCCUPATIONAL HEARING-LOSS - COPING AND FAMILY-LIFE

      Scandinavian audiology
    90. DONALDSON GS; RUTH RA
      DERIVED BAND AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE ESTIMATES OF TRAVELING-WAVEVELOCITY IN HUMANS .2. SUBJECTS WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS AND MENIERES-DISEASE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    91. FORMBY C; CHILDERS DG; LALWANI AL
      LABELING AND DISCRIMINATION OF A SYNTHETIC FRICATIVE CONTINUUM NOISE - A STUDY OF ABSOLUTE IN DURATION AND RELATIVE ONSET TIME CUES

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    92. ATTIAS J; PRATT H; HARAN IR; BRESLOFF I; HOROWITZ G; POLYAKOV A; SHEMESH Z
      DETAILED ANALYSIS OF AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES IN PATIENTS WITH NOISE-INDUCED TINNITUS

      Audiology
    93. DOBIE RA
      COMPENSATION FOR HEARING-LOSS

      Audiology
    94. OEKEN J; MULLER H
      DPOAE IN CHRONIC NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LO SS - RECOMMENDATION FOR EXPERTISE

      Laryngo-, Rhino-, Otologie
    95. HELLSTROM PA
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOUND TRANSFER-FUNCTIONS AND HEARING LEVELS

      Hearing research
    96. HENRY WR; MULROY MJ
      AFFERENT SYNAPTIC CHANGES IN AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS DURING NOISE-INDUCEDTEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT

      Hearing research
    97. MORIOKA I; MIYASHITA K; GOWA Y; TAKEDA S
      EVALUATION OF NOISE-INDUCED HEAVING LOSS BY REFERENCE TO THE UPPER LIMIT OF HEARING

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    98. HALLBERG LRM; BARRENAS ML
      COPING WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS - EXPERIENCES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF MIDDLE-AGED MALE VICTIMS

      British journal of audiology
    99. FUORTES LJ; TANG SH; POMREHN P; ANDERSON C
      PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN HEARING SENSITIVITY AND SELECTED CARDIOVASCULAR RISK-FACTORS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    100. SOKAS RK; MOUSSA MAA; GOMES J; ANDERSON JAD; ACHUTHAN KK; THAIN AB; RISHEH ZA
      NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS, NATIONALITY, AND BLOOD-PRESSURE

      American journal of industrial medicine


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