Speech processing for a totally deaf patient with a multiple-electrode cochlear implant [Abstract]
AuthorClark, Graeme M.; Tong, Y. C.; Millar, J. B.; Martin, L. F.; Busby, P. A.
Source TitleProceedings of the combined Colleges of Surgeons Conference
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsClark, G. M., Tong, Y. C., Millar, J. B., Martin, L. F., & Busby, P. A. (1980). Speech processing for a totally deaf patient with a multiple-electrode cochlear implant [Abstract]. In Proceedings of the combined Colleges of Surgeons Conference, Sydney.
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Abstract of a paper presented at the combined Colleges of Surgeons Conference
A patient with a total hearing loss had a multiple-electrode cochlear implant performed on 1 August 1978 (Clark et. Al. 1979). Preliminary findings (Tong et al 1979) have shown that low and high pitch are discriminated on a place basis. Stimulating different electrodes produced the vowel colours.......
Keywordshearing loss; speech processing; deaf patient; otolaryngology
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