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000227895 245__ $$aOptical proximity sensing system for atraumatic cochea implant surgery
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000227895 520__ $$aThe design of a proximity sensor to be integrated into cochlea implants is described. The sensor allows the anticipation of contact between the cochlear implant and intracochlear structures, including the cochlear canal wall and basilar membrane, providing a feedback or an alarm to the surgeon performing the implant insertion such that trauma to the cochlea is avoided. This helps to preserve any residual hearing ability in patients who receive the surgical implant.
000227895 700__ $$0244715$$g174684$$aPsaltis, Demetri
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000227895 700__ $$aMoser, Christophe
000227895 700__ $$aStankovic, Konstantina
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