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Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Publications by

Dr. Martin L. Lenhardt

5 publications on the archives

Ultrahigh frequency ultrasonic high frequency acoustic stimulation for improvement hearing and tinnitus relief.

Masking of tinnitus is possible using high audio frequencies and low-frequency ultrasound. The mechanisms involved in reception and perception of both audio frequencies and ultrasound are identical, with the exception that ultrasound interacts with an intermediary site, the brain. We proposed brain ultrasonic demodulation as the means of place-mapping ultrasound on the first few millimeters […]


Ultrasonic hearing in humans: applications for tinnitus treatment

Masking of tinnitus is possible using high audio frequencies and low-frequency ultrasound. The mechanisms involved in reception and perception of both audio frequencies and ultrasound are identical, with the exception that ultrasound interacts with an intermediary site, the brain. We proposed brain ultrasonic demodulation as the means of place-mapping ultrasound on the first few millimeters […]


Use of high-frequency and muscle vibration in the treatment of tinnitus

Although tinnitus is defined as an internal auditory sensation, external auditory stimuli can mask tinnitus under some circumstances. High-frequency vibration delivered as bone conduction stimulation is effective in masking high-pitched tinnitus. In this preliminary report, somatosensory stimulation in the form of low-frequency muscle vibration can also mask high-frequency tinnitus. Somatosensory stimulation provides fast, immediate relief, […]


Measurement of bone conduction levels for high frequencies

For assessment of safety, it is necessary to measure the maximum possible force exerted by a bone conduction device coupled to the human head.


Response of human skull to bone-conducted sound in the audiometric-ultrasonic range

Some new therapies for tinnitus employ bone-conducted sound in the high audio and ultrasonic frequencies, but there has been little previous research on sound transmission through the head at these frequencies.


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