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Fig. 2

Fig. 2. From: RADIATION THERAPY AND HEARING LOSS.

Axial computed tomography image through the skull base. EAC = external acoustic canal; C = cochlea; V = vestibule; IAC = internal auditory canal.

Niranjan Bhandare, et al. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. ;76(3 Suppl):S50-S57.
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Fig. 1. From: RADIATION THERAPY AND HEARING LOSS.

Mean dose response for sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) at (a): 4 kHz; (b): 0.5–2 kHz; and (c): all frequencies (0.25–12 kHz). Data from: Figure 3 of Chen et al. (6) (retrospective study; SNHL defined as a ≥20-dB increase in the bone-conduction threshold at ≥1 year; patients received concurrent and adjuvant cisplatin chemotherapy); Figure 1 of Honore et al. (10) (retrospective study; SNHL defined as 20-dB increase in the bone-conduction threshold at ~0.5–6.5 years); Figure 2 of Pan et al. (5) (prospective study; SNHL defined as a 20-dB difference between bone-conduction thresholds for ipsilateral and contralateral ears at 1 year; doses are ipsilateral-ear mean doses minus contralateral-ear mean doses); Table 2 of Oh et al. (8) (prospective study; SNHL defined as a 15-dB increase in the bone-conduction threshold at 1 year; patients received neoadjuvant and concurrent cisplatin chemotherapy); Table 1 and Table 2 of Kwong et al. (7) (prospective study; SNHL defined as a 15-dB increase in the bone-conduction threshold at 1 year; patients received neoadjuvant and concurrent chemotherapy; ears received the full prescription dose; prescriptions were converted to biologically effective dose in 2 Gy fractions using α/β = 3 Gy); Fig 2 of van der Putten et al. (12) (retrospective study; SNHL defined as a 15-dB increase in the average of all pure-tone thresholds at 2–17 years).

Niranjan Bhandare, et al. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. ;76(3 Suppl):S50-S57.

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