Table 1:

Demographic information for patients with cochlear implants

SubjectSexAge, yEtiologyImplant DeviceImplant SideFig 5RW Insertion
1F59MeniereMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayRightB
2F48AutoimmuneMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayRightHRW
3M62MeniereMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayLeftRRW
4aM51IdiopathicMed-El Concert, Standard ArrayRightFRW
Med-El Concert, Standard ArrayLeftL
5F54HereditaryMed-El Concert, Standard ArrayLeftQ
6F21IdiopathicMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayLeftP
7aM59MeniereMed-El Concert, Standard ArrayRightD
Med-El Sonata, Standard ArrayLeftM
8aM62IdiopathicMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayRightCRW
Med-El Sonata, Standard ArrayLeftJ
9F51IdiopathicMed-El Concert, Standard ArrayRightGRW
10M61MeniereMed-El Concert, Standard ArrayLeftO
11aM57IdiopathicMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayRightE
Med-El Sonata, Standard ArrayLeftK
12M49MeningitisMed-El Concert, Standard ArrayRightA
13M61ViralMed-El Sonata, Standard ArrayLeftN
14F50IdiopathicMed-El Concert, Medium ArrayRightI
  • Note:—Demographic information for all 14 patients with cochlear implants include sex, age, etiology of hearing loss, type of CI, laterality, and corresponding image in Fig 5. Round window insertions are designated by RW.

  • ↵a Subjects with bilateral CIs.