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Timpanometria em lactentes utilizando sonda multifrequencial
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de;Macedo, Camila de Cássia;Feniman, Mariza Ribeiro;
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2012, DOI: 10.7162/S1809-97772012000200006
Abstract: introduction: the use of conventional tympanometry is not sufficiently sensitive to detect all cases of middle ear changes, and this hinders accurate diagnosis. objective: to characterize acoustic immittance measures of infants from 0 to 3 months of age using multifrequency tympanometry in a prospective study. method: 54 infants from 0 to 3 months of age were evaluated. the inclusion criteria included absence of respiratory infections during the evaluation, presence of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions, and absence of risk indicators for hearing loss. the subjects were evaluated by an audiologic interview, a visual inspection of the ear canal, and measures of acoustic immittance at the frequencies of 226 hz, 678 hz, and 1,000 hz. tympanometric records of the occlusion effect, tympanometric curve type, tympanometric peak pressure, equivalent ear canal volume, and peak compensated static acoustic admittance were collected. results: the results indicated the presence of an occlusion effect (2.88% at 226 hz, 4.81% at 678 hz and 3.85% at 1,000 hz), predominance of a tympanometric curve with a single peak (65.35% at 226 hz, 81.82% at 678 hz, and 77.00% at 1,000 hz), and tympanometric peak pressure ranging from -155 to 180 dapa. further, the equivalent ear canal volume increased with the frequency of the probe (0.64 ml at 226 hz, 1.63 mho at 678 hz, and 2.59 mmho at 1,000 hz) and the peak compensated static acoustic admittance values increased with an increase in frequency (0.51 ml at 226 hz, 0.55 mmho at 678 hz and 1.20 mmho at 1,000 hz). 93.06% of the tympanograms were classified as normal at 226 hz, 81.82% at 678 hz, and 77.00 % at 1,000 hz, respectively. conclusion: taken together, these results demonstrated that utilizing these evaluations made it possible to characterize the acoustic immittance measures of infants.
Caracteriza??o dos indivíduos com distúrbios da fluência, atendidos na clínica-escola do curso de fonoaudiologia da USP-Bauru
Duarte, Tamyne Ferreira;Crenitte, Patrícia de Abreu Pinheiro;Lopes-Herrera, Simone Aparecida;
Revista CEFAC , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462009005000027
Abstract: purpose: to characterize the population of subjects with fluency disorders as for age, gender, initial complaint, speech therapy diagnosis, family history, manifestations, degree of severity and frequency of disfluency and possible associated alterations, comparing the data to literature. methods: analysis of 194 medical records of individuals with fluency disorders at the speech language pathology and audiology clinic at usp (bauru campus), through a protocol containing questions related to the items proposed in the objective. results: from the 194 medical records, 140 were male (72% of the sample) and 54 (28%) female; among the reported complaints, 68% (132 medical records) were about stuttering, 23% (n=45) regarding other fluency disorders (tachyphemia, motor speech disorders, etc) and others 9% (n=17) had associated complaints (vocal alterations, oral and/or written language and speech). with regard to family history, 57% (n=110) had more than one relative in their family with speech and/or language alterations. the manifestations of disfluency cited in 54% of the medical records (n=105) from subjects diagnosed with stuttering were blocks, repetitions and prolongations. a history of language retardation was ascertained in cases of stuttering in 31% of the cases (60 medical records), which, together with the other symptoms described in literature, should be taken into consideration when carrying out an early diagnosis. conclusion: based on the found data, we concluded that the studied population is characterized for showing the following: the beginning of the first symptoms between 1 and 5-year old, greater involvement of males, a positive family history and late speech and language; , disfluency manifestation found were repetition of syllables, block, block accompanied by extensions and hesitations.
A habilidade de aten??o auditiva sustentada em crian?as com fissura labiopalatina e transtorno fonológico
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de;Maximino, Luciana Paula;Feniman, Mariza Ribeiro;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-80342011000400012
Abstract: purpose: to verify the ability of sustained auditory attention in children with cleft lip and palate and phonological disorder, in comparison with the performance of children with cleft lip and palate and absence of phonological disorder. methods: seventeen children with ages between 6 and 11 years, with repaired unilateral complete cleft lip and palate and absence of auditory complaints or hearing problems, were divided into two groups: gi (with phonological disorder) and gii (absence of phonological disorder). audiometry and tympanometry were carried out to detect hearing problems. to diagnose phonological disorder, the following instruments were used: child language test, and phonological awareness: instrument of sequential assessment. the ability of auditory attention was assessed using the test of sustained auditory attention ability. results: from seven children with phonological disorder (41%), two (29%) had altered results in the test of sustained auditory attention ability. there was no difference between children with cleft lip and palate and phonological disorder and children with cleft lip and palate and absence of phonological disorder regarding the results of the test of sustained auditory attention ability. conclusion: the sustained auditory attention ability in children with cleft lip and palate and phonological disorder do not differ from the sustained auditory attention ability of children with cleft lip and palate without phonological disorder.
Multifrequency tympanometry in infants
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte,Macedo, Camila de Cássia,Feniman, Mariza Ribeiro
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: The use of conventional tympanometry is not sufficiently sensitive to detect all cases of middle ear changes, and this hinders accurate diagnosis. Objective: To characterize acoustic immittance measures of infants from 0 to 3 months of age using multifrequency tympanometry in a prospective study. Method: 54 infants from 0 to 3 months of age were evaluated. The inclusion criteria included absence of respiratory infections during the evaluation, presence of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions, and absence of risk indicators for hearing loss. The subjects were evaluated by an audiologic interview, a visual inspection of the ear canal, and measures of acoustic immittance at the frequencies of 226 Hz, 678 Hz, and 1,000 Hz. Tympanometric records of the occlusion effect, tympanometric curve type, tympanometric peak pressure, equivalent ear canal volume, and peak compensated static acoustic admittance were collected. Results: The results indicated the presence of an occlusion effect (2.88% at 226 Hz, 4.81% at 678 Hz and 3.85% at 1,000 Hz), predominance of a tympanometric curve with a single peak (65.35% at 226 Hz, 81.82% at 678 Hz, and 77.00% at 1,000 Hz), and tympanometric peak pressure ranging from -155 to 180 daPa. Further, the equivalent ear canal volume increased with the frequency of the probe (0.64 mL at 226 Hz, 1.63 mho at 678 Hz, and 2.59 mmho at 1,000 Hz) and the peak compensated static acoustic admittance values increased with an increase in frequency (0.51 mL at 226 Hz, 0.55 mmho at 678 Hz and 1.20 mmho at 1,000 Hz). 93.06% of the tympanograms were classified as normal at 226 Hz, 81.82% at 678 Hz, and 77.00 % at 1,000 Hz, respectively. Conclusion: Taken together, these results demonstrated that utilizing these evaluations made it possible to characterize the acoustic immittance measures of infants.
Processamento auditivo em crian?as com fissura labiopalatina com e sem história de otite
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de;Salvador, Karina Kr?hembühl;Cruz, Mariana Sodário;Campos, Carolina Ferreira;Feniman, Mariza Ribeiro;
Arquivos Internacionais de Otorrinolaringologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-48722011000400005
Abstract: introduction: considering that hearing loss and otologic complications can interfere in the maturation process of central nervous system, this study aimed to check the performance of children with cleft lip and palate with or without the history of otitis media in the evaluation of the hearing process. method: prospective study. were evaluated 20 children with operated cleft lip and palate, aged between 7 to 10 years old, divided into group i - 10 children with cleft lip and palate with history of otitis - and group ii - with 10 children with cleft lip and palate with no history of otitis. were performed diotic, monotic and dichotic tests. results: all the children presented a bad performance in at least one dichotic test. in these diotic tests, children of group i had the worst performance, while in the monotic tests the worst performance was of group ii. conclusion: all the children with history of otitis and all the children with no history have presented a bad performance in the processing tests,in other words, some kind of central alteration was found in 100% of the children studied in both groups.
Hearing process in children with cleft lip and palate with or without history of otitis
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de,Salvador, Karina Kr?hembühl,Cruz, Mariana Sodário,Campos, Carolina Ferreira
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2011,
Abstract: Introduction: Considering that hearing loss and otologic complications can interfere in the maturation process of central nervous system, this study aimed to check the performance of children with cleft lip and palate with or without the history of otitis media in the evaluation of the hearing process. Method: Prospective study. Were evaluated 20 children with operated cleft lip and palate, aged between 7 to 10 years old, divided into group I - 10 children with cleft lip and palate with history of otitis - and group II - with 10 children with cleft lip and palate with no history of otitis. Were performed diotic, monotic and dichotic tests. Results: All the children presented a bad performance in at least one dichotic test. In these diotic tests, children of group I had the worst performance, while in the monotic tests the worst performance was of group II. Conclusion: All the children with history of otitis and all the children with no history have presented a bad performance in the processing tests,in other words, some kind of central alteration was found in 100% of the children studied in both groups.
Processamento auditivo em crian as com fissura labiopalatina com e sem história de otite
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de,Salvador, Karina Kr?hembühl,Cruz, Mariana Sodário,Campos, Carolina Ferreira
Arquivos Internacionais de Otorrinolaringologia , 2011,
Abstract: Introdu o: Considerando que perdas auditivas e complica es otológicas podem interferir no processo de matura o do sistema nervoso central, este estudo teve como objetivo verificar o desempenho de crian as com FLP com e sem histórico de otite média na avalia o do processamento auditivo. Método: Estudo prospectivo. Foram avaliadas 20 crian as com fissura labiopalatina operada, na faixa etária de 7 a 10 anos, divididas em grupo I - 10 crian as com fissura labiopalatina com história de otite - e grupo II - constituído de 10 crian as com fissura labiopalatina sem história de otite. Foram realizados testes dióticos, monóticos e dicóticos. Resultados: Todas as crian as apresentaram desempenho ruim em pelo menos um teste dicótico. Nos testes dióticos os maiores índices de desempenho ruim foram das crian as pertencentes ao grupo I, enquanto que nos testes monóticos, o desempenho ruim foi encontrado em maior número nas crian as do grupo II. Conclus o: Tanto as crian as com história de otite como as sem história de otite apresentaram desempenho ruim nos testes do processamento, ou seja, algum tipo de altera o central foi encontrada em 100% das crian as estudadas em ambos os grupos.
Processamento auditivo na perda auditiva unilateral: relato de caso
Salvador, Karina Kr?hembühl;Pereira, Tatiane Cristina;Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de;Cruz, Mariana Sodário;Feniman, Mariza Ribeiro;
Jornal da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-64912011000400015
Abstract: unilateral hearing loss represents great risk to academic backwardness, communication, social development, and also to auditory processing. thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the auditory abilities of localization, closing, figure-ground, temporal resolution, and simple temporal ordering in a male 17-year-old individual diagnosed with profound unilateral sensorineural hearing loss of idiopathic etiology, without other alterations. the evaluation process consisted on the application of a checklist, and the conduction of conventional clinical audiological evaluation (pure-tone audiometry, logoaudiometry, and tympanometry), and of monotic (ipsilateral ssi, filtered speech test) and diotic (sound localization, auditory memory for verbal and non-verbal sounds, aft-r) auditory processing test. results showed alteration only in the sound localization test. no complaints were reported regarding the abilities of sound localization, attention, discrimination, and comprehension. in this case study, the profound unilateral sensorineural hearing loss did not seem to restrict the development of the auditory processing abilities evaluated, except for the localization of the sound source.
Relationship between lead in the blood and performance in the abilities from hearing process
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de,Gon?alves, Thaís dos Santos,Salvador, Karina Kr?hembühl,Lopes, Andréa Cintra
International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: The contamination by lead affects all the nervous systems from the human body, mostly the nervous system. Objective: Investigate if there is correlation between the blood lead levels and the performance in tests of hearing process. Method: Retrospective study. 73 children, with ages between 7 to 15 years, residents in a area where happened emission of lead above the permitted, with level of blood lead level bigger or equal to 10 micrograms/dL, audiological exams (audiometry and tympanometry) inside the normality patterns. To evaluate the hearing process were used the Auditory Fusion Test-Revised (AFT-R), subtest 1, and the dichotic test of digits (binaural integration stage). Was used the Spearman test to verify the correlation between the data. Results: The blood lead level varieties from 10 to 30,2 micrograms/dL, being the average corresponding to 15,8 micrograms/dL (standard deviation of 4,8). From those children, 60,3% presented a bad performance for the right ear and 67,3% presented a bad performance of the left ear. According to the results of the tests of correlation of Spearman, there were no significant statistical between the level of lead and the results of hearing processing tests. Conclusion: There were no correlation between the blood lead level and the performance in the abilities of the hearing process; however the contaminated children by the lead presented a lower performance in the abilities of the hearing processing.
Rela??o entre nível de chumbo no sangue e desempenho nas habilidades do processamento auditivo
Moraes, Tamyne Ferreira Duarte de;Gon?alves, Thaís dos Santos;Salvador, Karina Kr?hembühl;Lopes, Andréa Cintra;Alvarenga, Kátia de Freitas;Feniman, Mariza Ribeiro;
Arquivos Internacionais de Otorrinolaringologia , 2012, DOI: 10.7162/S1809-48722012000100005
Abstract: introduction: the contamination by lead affects all the nervous systems from the human body, mostly the nervous system. objective: investigate if there is correlation between the blood lead levels and the performance in tests of hearing process. method: retrospective study. 73 children, with ages between 7 to 15 years, residents in a area where happened emission of lead above the permitted, with level of blood lead level bigger or equal to 10 micrograms/dl, audiological exams (audiometry and tympanometry) inside the normality patterns. to evaluate the hearing process were used the auditory fusion test-revised (aft-r), subtest 1, and the dichotic test of digits (binaural integration stage). was used the spearman test to verify the correlation between the data. results: the blood lead level varieties from 10 to 30,2 micrograms/dl, being the average corresponding to 15,8 micrograms/dl (standard deviation of 4,8). from those children, 60,3% presented a bad performance for the right ear and 67,3% presented a bad performance of the left ear. according to the results of the tests of correlation of spearman, there were no significant statistical between the level of lead and the results of hearing processing tests. conclusion: there were no correlation between the blood lead level and the performance in the abilities of the hearing process; however the contaminated children by the lead presented a lower performance in the abilities of the hearing processing.
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