Phillips, Susan

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A polymorphism in human Estrogen-related receptor beta (ESRRß) is associated with physiological measures of noise-induced hearing loss 2013 592 Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a common form of hearing loss and a growing health concern despite national standards for hearing protection and public health awareness campaigns. An NIHL gene association study with college-aged musicians has a...
Association of pigmentation and melanocortin-one receptor genotype with susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss in college-aged music students 2017 366 Approximately 13% of the American population between the ages of 20-69 have signs of noise-induced hearing loss. Noise exposure at least partially causes hearing loss by generating free radicals in the ear, which damage cells. Eumelanin is an antioxi...
Influence of noise exposure background on wave I amplitude on student musicians and non-musician students 2017 389 Excessive exposure to more or less intense noise for longer duration could lead to elevation of hearing thresholds, which can be permanent or transient in nature. Noise induced temporary elevation in hearing thresholds is called temporary threshold s...