Endolymphatic leakage in case of acute loss of cochlear microphonics
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- Geyer, G., Biedermann, M. & Schmidt, H.P. Experientia (1978) 34: 363. doi:10.1007/BF01923037
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Rapid loss of cochlear microphonics in guinea-pigs previously exposed to high-energy impulse noise was shown to be related to the breakdown of the endolymphatic boundary. The cochlear duct was rendered leaky by deterioration of the reticular membrane, and damage of sensory and supporting cells.