About this Research Topic
This situation has attracted the attention of doctors and scientists worldwide. With the aid of the international network, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, significant progress has been made in researching related pathogenesis and treatment methods. Hundreds of pathogenic genes have been cloned for hereditary deafness, some of which are selected as gene therapy with promising progress. The pathogenesis of presbycusis, noise-induced deafness and drug-induced deafness, tinnitus, and many kinds of vertigo diseases has been gradually revealed, followed by the attempt of new treatment methods with rapid progress.
In this Research Topic, we aim to get a better understanding of mechanisms in a variety of neuro-otologic diseases. Thus, we welcome the submission of Original Articles, Reviews, profiles, commentaries, and perspectives regarding molecular, cellular, and neurologic mechanisms, functional imaging, treatment study, and clinical trial in all kinds of neuro-otologic diseases.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- The molecular, cellular, and neurologic mechanisms of neuro-otologic diseases are already mentioned
- The treatment of neuro-otologic diseases. RCT studies are welcome
- Neurophysiological and medical imaging studies of neuro-otologic diseases
- Genetic, bioinformatic studies of neuro-otologic diseases
- Machine Learning and AI studies of neuro-otologic diseases
We also encourage the submission of papers published in conference proceedings, requiring that the authors have made significant extensions compared to the already published study version.
Keywords: Neuro-otologic Diseases, Pathogenesis, Hearing Loss, Tinnitus, Vertigo
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