Aging

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  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: Strial atrophy, R-266
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Atrophy of Stria Vascularis
  • TB Case Number: 1024
  • Comments: 94 yr old female with genetically determined, adult onset, sensorineural hearing loss due to stria vascularis atrophy. Her mother had a similar hearing loss. The patient began to lose hearing in her 30s. The audiometric pattern was that of a flat, progres
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:
    1. Adult onset, progressive, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, probably genetic in etiology
    Histopathologic:
    1. Stria vascularis atrophy, near total, affecting entire cochlear duct, bilateral, probably genetically determined
    2. Inactive, hea

  • Title: R-231 Sensory Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Sensory Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 826
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis manifested by: a. Stria vascularis, atrophy, apical halves of both cochleae b. Loss of hair cells of the organ of Corti, basal turn c. Loss of cochlear neurons, basal turn
    2. Retraction of Shrapnell’s membrane and pars tensa, bilateral, moderate
    3. Fibrocystic sclerosis, epitympanum and mastoid, left
    4. Anatomical variant, separation of geniculate ganglion from genu, bilateral
    5. Artifacts of removal and preparation, moderately severe, bilateral
    6. Compression artifact, bilateral, most severe on the left

  • Title: R-231 Sensory Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Sensory Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 8
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis manifested by: a. Stria vascularis, atrophy, apical halves of both cochleae b. Loss of hair cells of the organ of Corti, basal turn c. Loss of cochlear neurons, basal turn
    2. Retraction of Shrapnell’s membrane and pars tensa, bilateral, moderate
    3. Fibrocystic sclerosis, epitympanum and mastoid, left
    4. Anatomical variant, separation of geniculate ganglion from genu, bilateral
    5. Artifacts of removal and preparation, moderately severe, bilateral
    6. Compression artifact, bilateral, most severe on the left

  • Title: R-221Sensory Presbycusis (normal area)
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Sensory Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 149
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Primary neural degeneration
    2. Sensory degeneration, basal end of the cochlea

  • Title: R-221Sensory Presbycusis (normal area)
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Sensory Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 149
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Primary neural degeneration
    2. Sensory degeneration, basal end of the cochlea

  • Title: L-261 Neural Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Neural Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 368
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 63
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Primary cochlear neural degeneration, severe, bilateral
    2. Normal organs of Corti, bilateral
    3. Compression artifact, right ear only, severe

  • Title: L-171 Neural Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Neural Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 99
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 81
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, mixed, neural and cochlear conductive
    2. Acoustic trauma, mild, bilateral
    3. Artifact, preparation, compression, moderate, right
    4. Crista, posterior, anomaly, cystic formation, right

  • Title: L-241 Neural Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Neural Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 350
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 75
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Neuronal atrophy, cochlear, cause undetermined, left
    2. Descending auditory pattern, cause undetermined, left
    3. Osteitis, external auditory canal, left
    4. Organ of Corti, atrophy, bilateral
    5. Exostosis, external auditory canal, anterior and posterior, right

  • Title: L-187 Neural Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Neural Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 220
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 86
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, neural, strial and sensory, severe, bilateral
    2. Fracture, transverse, petrous bone, right
    3. Stapes, subluxation, trauma, right
    4. Utricle, tears, trauma, right
    5. Posterior canal, fibrosis, perilymphatic space, trauma, right
    6. Bony labyrinth, microfractures, cochlea, trauma, right
    7. Membranous labyrinth, degeneration, trauma, right
    8. Artery, aberrant, posterior wall petrous bone, right

  • Title: L-210 Neural Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Neural Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 844
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 89
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, bilateral, characterized by atrophy of the stria vascularis and mild cochlear neuronal atrophy
    2. Collapse of the cochlear duct and saccule right ear, antemortem, cause unknown

  • Title: R-241 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 222
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, combined, strial (42% loss) and cochlear conductive
    2. Otosclerosis, without stapes fixation (histologic), left
    3. Sclerosis, fibrocystic, tympanomastoid compartment, inactive, left
    4. Epidermization, partial, tympanic cavity, left
    5. Tympanosclerosis, tympanic cavity, left
    6. Osteitis, resorptive, ossicles, partial, left
    7. Artery, internal carotid, dilated, thinning, bilateral
    8. Artifact, removal, external canal and tympanic membrane, tearing and amputation, bilateral

  • Title: R-181 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 222
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, combined, strial (42% loss) and cochlear conductive
    2. Otosclerosis, without stapes fixation (histologic), left
    3. Sclerosis, fibrocystic, tympanomastoid compartment, inactive, left
    4. Epidermization, partial, tympanic cavity, left
    5. Tympanosclerosis, tympanic cavity, left
    6. Osteitis, resorptive, ossicles, partial, left
    7. Artery, internal carotid, dilated, thinning, bilateral
    8. Artifact, removal, external canal and tympanic membrane, tearing and amputation, bilateral

  • Title: R-212 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 222
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, combined, strial (42% loss) and cochlear conductive
    2. Otosclerosis, without stapes fixation (histologic), left
    3. Sclerosis, fibrocystic, tympanomastoid compartment, inactive, left
    4. Epidermization, partial, tympanic cavity, left
    5. Tympanosclerosis, tympanic cavity, left
    6. Osteitis, resorptive, ossicles, partial, left
    7. Artery, internal carotid, dilated, thinning, bilateral
    8. Artifact, removal, external canal and tympanic membrane, tearing and amputation, bilateral

  • Title: L-211 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 707
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral
    2. Stapedectomy followed by revision stapedectomy, right
    3. Degeneration of organ of Corti, cochlear neurons, stria vascularis, secondary to stapes surgery, right
    4. Rupture of the saccule caused by surgical trauma
    5. Presbycusis, strial atrophy, severe

  • Title: L-211 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 707
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral
    2. Stapedectomy followed by revision stapedectomy, right
    3. Degeneration of organ of Corti, cochlear neurons, stria vascularis, secondary to stapes surgery, right
    4. Rupture of the saccule caused by surgical trauma
    5. Presbycusis, strial atrophy, severe

  • Title: L-211 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 707
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral
    2. Stapedectomy followed by revision stapedectomy, right
    3. Degeneration of organ of Corti, cochlear neurons, stria vascularis, secondary to stapes surgery, right
    4. Rupture of the saccule caused by surgical trauma
    5. Presbycusis, strial atrophy, severe

  • Title: L-251 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 707
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral
    2. Stapedectomy followed by revision stapedectomy, right
    3. Degeneration of organ of Corti, cochlear neurons, stria vascularis, secondary to stapes surgery, right
    4. Rupture of the saccule caused by surgical trauma
    5. Presbycusis, strial atrophy, severe

  • Title: L-251 Strial Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Presbycusis, Strial Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 707
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 72
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral
    2. Stapedectomy followed by revision stapedectomy, right
    3. Degeneration of organ of Corti, cochlear neurons, stria vascularis, secondary to stapes surgery, right
    4. Rupture of the saccule caused by surgical trauma
    5. Presbycusis, strial atrophy, severe

  • Title: L-259 Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 321
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 91
  • otologic_dx:

    Presbycusis, cochlear conductive type, manifested by descending threshold pattern, left

  • Title: L-259 Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 321
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 91
  • otologic_dx:

    Presbycusis, cochlear conductive type, manifested by descending threshold pattern, left

  • Title: R-253 Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 385
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 87
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, mixed type, characterized by degenerative changes in the stria vascularis, organ of Corti, and cochlear neurons, bilateral
    2. Arachnoid cyst, internal auditory canal, small, without pressure atrophy of nerves, left

  • Title: R-253 Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 385
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 87
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, mixed type, characterized by degenerative changes in the stria vascularis, organ of Corti, and cochlear neurons, bilateral
    2. Arachnoid cyst, internal auditory canal, small, without pressure atrophy of nerves, left

  • Title: R-170 Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis
  • Chapter: Aging
  • Chapter section: Cochlear Conductive Presbycusis, Presbycusis
  • TB Case Number: 192
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 53
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Neurofibromatosis 1, no otic manifestations
    2. Neurofibroma, greater superficial petrosal nerve, small, left
    3. Sensorineural hearing loss, gradual, descending, bilateral
    4. Presbycusis, cochlear conductive, mild, presumptive
    5. Organ of Corti, normal, bilateral
    6. Paget’s disease, late osteoblastic phase, mastoid, mild, left
    7. Lateral medullary infarct, remote, four years