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Building sound: from Stonehenge to a Symphony Hall

Modern architecture can use scientific techniques to shape room acoustics and create great sounding places. Professor Trevor Cox discusses our ancestors’ understanding of the importance of building techniques to enhance acoustics from Stonehenge to a Symphony Hall. Going to an...

BAAP (British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians) Annual Conference 2018

Report by John Chan, ST6, Department of Audiovestibular Medicine Great Ormond Street Hospital, London UK and Victor Osei-Lah, Consultant Audiovestibular Physician, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Portsmouth, UK This year’s annual British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians (BAAP) conference was hosted at...

Anglo-French ENT Society Meeting

Report by John Riddington Young, North Devon, UK Another splendid weekend was spent in Normandy, shared with fellow members of the Anglo French ENT Society, and with the Société d’ORL et de Chirurgie Cervico-Faciale de Basse-Normandie. Most of the British...

11th Meeting of the British Society of Neuro-Otology

News from Dr Julian Ahmed MBBS MRCPS BSc MSc, Specialty Trainee Audio-Vestibular Medicine, London, UK The 11th biennial British Society of Neuro-otology meeting took place on 6 October 2017 at the St Thomas’ site of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS...

Charles Skinner Hallpike and the Hallpike Prize

The British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians introduced the Hallpike Prize in 2009 as an award to stimulate the pursuit of knowledge in relation to the field of audiovestibular medicine. Julian Ahmed celebrates the history of the great man the award...

Unexplained dizziness in elderly patients

How do we explain unexplained dizziness in elderly patients? How far should we go with investigations? And most importantly, how should we manage this challenging and expanding group of patients whose balance affects their safety? Richard Ibitoye and Diego Kaski...

In conversation with Ray Clarke: Scott-Brown – The Editors’ view…

Ray Clarke. How did you get involved in the forthcoming Scott-Brown ? How does one become editor of a textbook? Editors are approached and appointed by the publishers, but of course publishers will take advice and soundings from within the...

What is Transnasal Humidified Rapid-Insufflation Ventilatory Exchange (THRIVE)?

THRIVE is a physiological mechanism for oxygenating and ventilating patients who are under general anaesthesia and who have diminished or absent respiratory effort [1]. Classical ventilation requires bulk flow of gases into and out of the lungs driven by chest...

Audiological evaluation and management of teenagers with tinnitus

There is a growing interest in investigating, understanding and managing tinnitus in children and adolescents, with several articles on the subject published in journals over the last year. Brian Fligor describes the approaches to consider when discussing tinnitus with teenagers....

In conversation with Alan Gibb

Esteemed ENT surgeon Alan Gibb is held in high regard for his achievements in ORL, academia and teaching. In this article he shares his memories of a life devoted to ENT and medicine with ENT and Audiology News Trainee Matters...

Intraoperative nerve monitoring: 2017

Having written the definitive text on laryngeal nerves, Gregory Randolph and Dipti Kamani describe the benefits of intraoperative neural monitoring and, importantly, how to proceed if the nerve is pathologically involved or there is loss of signal. Over the years,...

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and the vestibular system: a case study

This team of audiologists from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre discuss an eight year old with congenital CMV, a neonatal infection which is usually asymptomatic, and provide guidance on how to recognise the signs in the paediatric population, and screen...