Browsing by Subject "inner ear"

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  • Gaa, Johannes; Kahrs, Lüder Alexander; Müller, Samuel; Majdani, Omid; Ortmaier, Tobias (Bellingham, WA : S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, 2015)
    Planning and analyzing of surgical interventions are often based on computer models derived from computed tomography images of the patient. In the field of cochlear implant insertion the modeling of several structures of ...
  • Majdani, Omid; Kobler, Jan-Philipp; Beckmann, Daniel; Ortmaier, Tobias; Lenarz, Thomas; Rau, Thomas S. (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2012-08-31)
    Several research groups have reported studies on the insertion force measurement at different cochlear implant electrodes. So far, all experimental setups to measure the forces applied to the electrode outside the cochlea ...
  • Aliuos, Pooyan; Schulze, Jennifer; Schomaker, Markus; Reuter, Günter; Stolle, Stefan R.O.; Werner, Darja; Ripken, Tammo; Lenarz, Thomas; Warnecke, Athanasia (San Francisco, CA : Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2016)
    Introduction Long-term drug delivery to the inner ear may be achieved by functionalizing cochlear implant (CI) electrodes with cells providing neuroprotective factors. However, effective strategies in order to coat implant ...
  • Baron, S.; Eilers, H.; Munske, B.; Toennies, J.L.; Balachandran, R.; Labadie, R.F.; Ortmaier, T.; Webster, R.J. (London : SAGE Publications Ltd., 2010)
    Image-guided robots have been widely used for bone shaping and percutaneous access to interventional sites. However, due to high-accuracy requirements and proximity to sensitive nerves and brain tissues, the adoption of ...
  • Tinne, Nadine; Antonopoulos, Georgios C.; Mohebbi, Saleh; Andrade, José; Nolte, Lena; Meyer, Heiko; Heisterkamp, Alexander; Majdani, Omid; Ripken, Tammo (San Francisco, CA : Public Library of Science, 2017)
    The present study focuses on the application of scanning laser optical tomography (SLOT) for visualization of anatomical structures inside the human cochlea ex vivo. SLOT is a laser-based highly efficient microscopy technique ...
  • Tinne, N.; Nolte, L.; Antonopoulos, Georgios C.; Schulze, J.; Andrade, J.; Heisterkamp, A.; Meyer, H.; Warnecke, A.; Majdani, Omid; Ripken, T. (Bellingham, WA : S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, 2016)
    The presented study focuses on the application of scanning laser optical tomography (SLOT) for non-destructive visualization of anatomical structures inside the human cochlea ex vivo. SLOT is a laser-based highly efficient ...