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The Faculty of Medicine - Medical Neurobiology: Sohmer Haim

Researchers

Last updated December 2021 - Medical Neurobiology

List of Publications

(1) Chordekar S, Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H, Kishon-Rabin L. The Effect of Soft Tissue Stimulation on Skull Vibrations and Hearing Thresholds in Humans. Otol Neurotol 2021;42(4):598-605.

(2) Kaufmann-Yehezkely M, Perez R, Sohmer H. Implications from cochlear implant insertion for cochlear mechanics. Cochlear Implants Int 2020;21(5):292-294.

(3) Sohmer H. Soft tissue conduction is the third mode of auditory stimulation. Auris Nasus Larynx 2020;47(1):168-169.

(4) Geal-Dor M, Chordekar S, Adelman C, Kaufmann-Yehezkely M, Sohmer H. Audiogram in response to stimulation delivered to fluid applied to the external meatus. J Audiol Otol 2020;24(2):79-84.

(5) Yehezkely MK, Grinblat G, Dor MG, Chordekar S, Perez R, Adelman C, et al. Implications for bone conduction mechanisms from thresholds of post radical mastoidectomy and subtotal petrosectomy patients. J Int Adv Otol 2019;15(1):8-11.

(6) Chordekar S, Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H, Kishon-Rabin L. Does hearing in response to soft-tissue stimulation involve skull vibrations? A within-subject comparison between skull vibration magnitudes and hearing thresholds. Hear Res 2018;364:59-67.

(7) Sohmer H. Soft Tissue Conduction: Review, Mechanisms, and Implications. Trends Hear 2017;21.

(8) Ronen O, Geal-Dor M, Kaufmann-Yehezkely M, Perez R, Chordekar S, Adelman C, et al. Inner ear excitation in normal and postmastoidectomy participants by fluid stimulation in the absence of air- and bone-conduction mechanisms. J Am Acad Audiol 2017;28(2):152-160.

(9) Chordekar S, Adelman C, Sohmer H, Kishon-Rabin L. Soft tissue conduction as a possible contributor to the limited attenuation provided by hearing protection devices. Noise and Health 2016;18(84):274-279.

(10) Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Fluid stimulation elicits hearing in the absence of air and bone conduction - An animal study. Acta Oto-Laryngol 2016;136(4):351-353.

(11) Geal-Dor M, Chordekar S, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Bone conduction thresholds without bone vibrator application force. J Am Acad Audiol 2015;26(7):645-651.

(12) Perez R, Adelman C, Chordekar S, Ishai R, Sohmer H. Air, bone and soft tissue excitation of the cochlea in the presence of severe impediments to ossicle and window mobility. Eur Arch Oto-Rhino-Laryngol 2015;272(4):853-860.

(13) Sohmer H. Reflections on the role of a traveling wave along the basilar membrane in view of clinical and experimental findings. Eur Arch Oto-Rhino-Laryngol 2015;272(3):531-535.

(14) Chordekar S, Kishon-Rabin L, Kriksunov L, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Experimental Analysis of the Mechanism of Hearing under Water. BioMed Res Int 2015;2015.

(15) Adelman C, Kaufmann Yehezkely M, Chordekar S, Sohmer H. Relation between body structure and hearing during soft tissue auditory stimulation. BioMed Res Int 2015;2015.

(16) Adelman C, Cohen A, Regev-Cohen A, Chordekar S, Fraenkel R, Sohmer H. Air conduction, bone conduction, and soft tissue conduction audiograms in normal hearing and simulated hearing losses. J Am Acad Audiol 2015;26(1):101-108.

(17) Adelman C, Chordekar S, Perez R, Sohmer H. Investigation of the mechanism of soft tissue conduction explains several perplexing auditory phenomena. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2014;25(3):269-272.

(18) Perez R, Adelman C, Chordekar S, De Jong MA, Sohmer H. The mechanism of direct stimulation of the cochlea by vibrating the round window. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2014;25(3):273-276.

(19) Chordekar S, Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Assessment of inner ear bone vibrations during auditory stimulation by bone conduction and by soft tissue conduction. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2013;24(3):201-204.

(20) Adelman C, Sohmer H, Perez R. Mutual masking in the cochlea by bone conduction stimulation and by soft tissue conduction stimulation in an animal model. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2013;24(3):171-174.

(21) Perez R, Nazarian Y, Sohmer H, Sichel J-. The effect of topically applied antimycotic agents on inner ear vestibular and cochlear function. Laryngoscope 2013;123(4):1033-1039.

(22) Adelman C, Perez R, Sohmer H. Effect on auditory threshold of air and water pockets bordering the pathway between soft tissue stimulation sites and the cochlea. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2013;122(8):524-528.

(23) Adelman C, Sohmer H. Thresholds to soft tissue conduction stimulation compared to bone conduction stimulation. Audiol Neurotol 2012;18(1):31-35.

(24) Geal-Dor M, Shore AF, Sohmer H. Auditory sensation via moist contact of the bone vibrator with skin at soft tissue sites. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2012;23(3):99-101.

(25) Sohmer H. Two types of cochlear hair cells with two different modes of activation are better than one. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2012;23(1):1-3.

(26) Adelman C, Fraenkel R, Kriksunov L, Sohmer H. Interactions in the cochlea between air conduction and osseous and non-osseous bone conduction stimulation. Eur Arch Oto-Rhino-Laryngol 2012;269(2):425-429.

(27) De Jong MA, Adelman C, Rubin M, Sohmer H. Combined effects of salicylic acid and furosemide and noise on hearing. J Occup Med Toxicol 2012;7(1).

(28) De Jong MA, Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Experimental exploration of the soft tissue conduction pathway from skin stimulation site to inner ear. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2012;121(9):625-628.

(29) Chordekar S, Kriksunov L, Kishon-Rabin L, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Mutual cancellation between tones presented by air conduction, by bone conduction and by non-osseous (soft tissue) bone conduction. Hear Res 2012;283(1-2):180-184.

(30) Gavriel H, Shulman A, Stracher A, Sohmer H. Leupeptin reduces impulse noise induced hearing loss. J Occup Med Toxicol 2011;6(1).

(31) Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Bone conduction activation through soft tissues following complete immobilization of the ossicular chain, stapes footplate and round window. Hear Res 2011;280(1-2):82-85.

(32) De Jong M, Perez R, Adelman C, Chordekar S, Rubin M, Kriksunov L, et al. Experimental confirmation that vibrations at soft tissue conduction sites induce hearing by way of a new mode of auditory stimulation. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2011;22(3):55-58.

(33) Adelman C, Weinberger JM, Kriksunov L, Sohmer H. Effects of furosemide on the hearing loss induced by impulse noise. J Occup Med Toxicol 2011;6(1).

(34) Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Several mechanical manipulations of the wall of the inner ear do not affect air and bone conduction auditory thresholds. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2011;120(1):66-70.

(35) Tamir S, Adelman C, Weinberger JM, Sohmer H. Uniform comparison of several drugs which provide protection from noise induced hearing loss. J Occup Med Toxicol 2010;5(1).

(36) Perez R, Adelman C, Sichel JY, Freeman S, Sohmer H. The effect of noise on ears with a hole in the vestibule. Acta Oto-Laryngol 2010;130(6):659-664.

(37) Adelman C, Weinberger JM, Sohmer H. Reduced salicylic acid binding following noise: Possible evidence for prestin disruption. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2010;21(3):211-220.

(38) Adelman C, Weinberger JM, Sohmer H. How are the inner hair cells and auditory nerve fibers activated without the mediation of the outer hair cells and the cochlear amplifier? J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2010;21(3):231-240.

(39) Adelman C, Perez R, Nazarian Y, Freeman S, Weinberger J, Sohmer H. Furosemide administered before noise exposure can protect the ear. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2010;119(5):342-349.

(40) Sichel JY, Perez R, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Can a passive mechanical traveling wave be generated in superior canal dehiscence syndrome, cochlear implant, otosclerosis or atresia of windows? J Int Adv Otol 2009;5(2):246-252.

(41) Sohmer H, Sichel J-, Perez R, Adelman C. When an air-bone gap is not a sign of a middle ear conductive hearing loss - RE: Watanabe, T., Bertoli, S., & Probst, R. (2008). Transmission pathways of vibratory stimulation as measured by subjective thresholds and DPOAEs. Ear Hear, 29, 667-673. Ear Hear 2009;30(1):147-148.

(42) Perez R, Sichel JY, Adelman C, Sohmer H. Occluding the round window causes no change in threshold, but an increase in hearing loss following noise exposure. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2009;20(3):197-206.

(43) Adelman C, Freeman S, Paz Z, Sohmer H. Salicylic acid injection before noise exposure reduces permanent threshold shift. Audiol Neurotol 2008;13(4):266-272.

(44) Sohmer H. Assessment of plasticity in the auditory pathway in cochlear implant patients with preservation of residual low frequency hearing. Clin Neurophysiol 2007;118(8):1655-1657.

(45) Petrova P, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Mechanism and rate of middle ear fluid absorption. Audiol Neurotol 2007;12(3):155-159.

(46) Parush S, Sohmer H, Steinberg A, Kaitz M. Somatosensory function in boys with ADHD and tactile defensiveness. Physiol Behav 2007;90(4):553-558.

(47) Peleg U, Perez R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. salicylate ototoxicity and its implications for cochlear microphonic potential generation. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2007;18(3):173-188.

(48) Perez R, Sichel J-, Freeman S, Sohmer H. the cochlear microphonic potential does not reflect the passive basilar membrane traveling wave. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2007;18(3):159-172.

(49) Petrova P, Freeman S, Sohmer H. The effects of positive and negative middle ear pressures on auditory threshold. Otol Neurotol 2006;27(5):734-738.

(50) Sohmer H. Sound induced fluid pressures directly activate vestibular hair cells: Implications for activation of the cochlea. Clin Neurophysiol 2006;117(5):933-934.

(51) Sichel J-, Perez R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. transmission of oto-acoustic emissions within the cochlea. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2006;17(3):143-158.

(52) Jeselsohn Y, Freeman S, Segal N, Sohmer H. Quantitative experimental assessment of the factors contributing to hearing loss in serous otitis media. Otol Neurotol 2005;26(5):1011-1015.

(53) Sichel J-, Perez R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Mechanism Of Cochlear Excitation At Low Intensities. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2005;16(2-3):81-100.

(54) Paz Z, Freeman S, Horowitz M, Sohmer H. Prior heat acclimation confers protection against noise-induced hearing loss. Audiol Neuro-Otol 2004;9(6):363-369.

(55) Sohmer H, Freeman S. Further evidence for a fluid pathway during bone conduction auditory stimulation. Hear Res 2004;193(1-2):105-110.

(56) Perez R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Effect of an initial noise induced hearing loss on subsequent noise induced hearing loss. Hear Res 2004;192(1-2):101-106.

(57) Geal-Dor M, Adelman C, Levi H, Goitein K, Sohmer H. Changes in the auditory nerve brainstem evoked responses in a case of maple syrup urine disease. Dev Med Child Neurol 2004;46(3):184-186.

(58) Sichel J-, Freeman S, Eliashar R, Fleishman Z, Sohmer H. New approach for implantable hearing aids: A feasibility study. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2004;113(11):936-940.

(59) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Sichel J-. Cochlear Activation At Low Sound Intensities By A Fluid Pathway. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2004;15(1-2):1-14.

(60) Rodionov V, Sohmer H. The Contribution Of The Time Locking Of Eec Waves To The Generation Of The Auditory P300. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2004;15(1-2):71-106.

(61) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Perez R. Semicircular canal fenestration - Improvement of bone- but not air-conducted auditory thresholds. Hear Res 2004;187(1-2):105-110.

(62) Perez R, Freeman S, Cohen D, Sichel J-, Sohmer H. The Effect of Hydrogen Peroxide Applied to the Middle Ear on Inner Ear Function. Laryngoscope 2003;113(11):2042-2046.

(63) Fraenkel R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Susceptibility of young adult and old rats to noise-induced hearing loss. Audiol Neuro-Otol 2003;8(3):129-139.

(64) Priner R, Freeman S, Perez R, Sohmer H. The neonate has a temporary conductive hearing loss due to fluid in the middle ear. Audiol Neuro-Otol 2003;8(2):100-110.

(65) Goodman C, Rodionov V, Rosenstein G-, Sohmer H. Analysis Of Visual Evoked Potentials And Background Electroencephalographic Activity In Young And Elderly Subjects. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2003;14(3):265-300.

(66) Perez R, Cohen D, Freeman S, Sohmer H, Sichelv J-. The differential vulnerability of the inner ear end-organs to several external factors. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2003;14(2):85-94.

(67) Fraenkel R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Use of abr threshold and oaes in detection of noise induced hearing loss. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2003;14(2):95-118.

(68) Priner R, Perez R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Mechanisms responsible for postnatal middle ear amniotic fluid clearance. Hear Res 2003;175(SUPPL.):133-139.

(69) Rodionov V, Goodman C, Fisher L, Rosenstein G-, Sohmer H. A new technique for the analysis of background and evoked EEG activity: Time and amplitude distributions of the EEG deflections. Clin Neurophysiol 2002;113(9):1412-1422.

(70) Seaman RL, Sohmer H. Non-osseous sound transmission to the inner ear [multiple letters]. Hear Res 2002;166(1-2):214-215.

(71) Ozer E, Adelman C, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Bone conduction hearing on the teeth of the lower jaw. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2002;13(2):89-96.

(72) Perez R, Freeman S, Cohen D, Sohmer H. Functional impairment of the vestibular end organ resulting from impulse noise exposure. Laryngoscope 2002;112(6):1110-1114.

(73) Biron A, Freeman S, Sichel J-, Sohmer H. The effect of noise exposure in the presence of canal fenestration on the amplitude of short-latency vestibular evoked potentials. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2002;128(5):544-548.

(74) Perez R, Priner R, Cohen D, Freeman S, Sohmer H. An animal model for assessment of amniotic fluid clearance from the middle ear. Otol Neurotol 2002;23(1):29-33.

(75) Sichel J-, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Lateralization during the Weber test: Animal experiments. Laryngoscope 2002;112(3):542-546.

(76) Sohmer H, Freeman S. The latency of auditory nerve brainstem evoked responses to air- and bone-conducted stimuli. Hear Res 2001;160(1-2):111-113.

(77) Sohmer H, Perez R, Sichel J-, Priner R, Freeman S. The pathway enabling external sounds to reach and excite the fetal inner ear. Audiol Neuro-Otol 2001;6(3):109-116.

(78) Fraenkel R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. The effect of various durations of noise exposure on auditory brainstem response, distortion product otoacoustic emissions and transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in rats. Audiol Neuro-Otol 2001;6(1):40-49.

(79) Perez R, Ziv E, Freeman S, Sichel J-, Sohmer H. Vestibular end-organ impairment in an animal model of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Laryngoscope 2001;111(1):110-113.

(80) Freeman S, Priner R, Elidan J, Sohmer H. Objective method for differentiating between drug-induced vestibulotoxicity and cochleotoxicity. Otol Neurotol 2001;22(1):70-75.

(81) Sohmer H, Freeman S. The Pathway For The Transmission Of External Sounds Into The Fetal Inner Ear. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2001;12(2):91-100.

(82) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Geal-Dor M, Adelman C, Savion I. Bone conduction experiments in humans - A fluid pathway from bone to ear. Hear Res 2000;146(1-2):81-88.

(83) Freeman S, Sichel J-, Sohmer H. Bone conduction experiments in animals - Evidence for a non-osseous mechanism. Hear Res 2000;146(1-2):72-80.

(84) Sockalingam R, Freeman S, Cherny L, Sohmer H. Effect of high-dose cisplatin on auditory brainstem responses and otoacoustic emissions in laboratory animals. Am J Otol 2000;21(4):521-527.

(85) Sichel J-, Eliashar R, Plotnik M, Sohmer H, Elidan J. Assessment of vestibular ototoxicity of ear drops by recording of vestibular evoked potentials to acceleration impulses. Am J Otol 2000;21(2):192-195.

(86) Sohmer H, Freeman S. Basic And Clinical Physiology Of The Inner Ear Receptors And Their Neural Pathways In The Brain. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2000;11(4):367-374.

(87) Perez R, Freeman S, Sohmer H, Sichel J-. Vestibular and cochlear ototoxicity of topical antiseptics assessed by evoked potentials. Laryngoscope 2000;110(9):1522-1527.

(88) Freeman S, Priner R, Sohmer H, Mager M, Sichel J-, Elidan J, et al. use of evoked potentials to objectively differentiate between selective vulnerability of cochlear and vestibular end organ function. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2000;11(3):193-200.

(89) Plotnik M, Freeman S, Sohmer H, Elidan J. The effect of head orientation on the vestibular evoked potentials to linear acceleration impulses in rats. Am J Otol 1999;20(6):735-740.

(90) Freeman S, Plotnik M, Elidan J, Sohmer H. Development of short latency vestibular evoked potentials in the neonatal rat. Hear Res 1999;137(1-2):51-58.

(91) Plotnik M, Sichel J-, Elidan J, Honrubia V, Sohmer H. Origins of the short latency vestibular evoked potentials (VsEPs) to linear acceleration impulses. Am J Otol 1999;20(2):238-243.

(92) Freeman S, Khvoles R, Cherny L, Sohmer H. Effect of long-term noise exposure on the developing and developed ear in the rat. Audiol Neuro-Otol 1999;4(5):207-218.

(93) Sichel J-, Plotnik M, Cherny L, Sohmer H, Elidan J. Surgical anatomy of the ear of the fat sand rat. J Otolaryngol 1999;28(4):217-222.

(94) Freeman S, Plotnik M, Elidan J, Rosen LJ, Sohmer H. Effect of white noise 'masking' on vestibular evoked potentials recorded using different stimulus modalities. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1999;119(3):311-315.

(95) Sohmer H, Elidan J, Rodionov V, Plotnik M. Short and middle latency vestibular evoked potentials to angular and linear acceleration. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 1999;50:226-234.

(96) Khvoles R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in laboratory animals. Int J Audiol 1999;38(3):121-126.

(97) Freeman S, Plotnik M, Elidan J, Sohmer H. Differential effect of the loop diuretic furosemide on short latency auditory and vestibular-evoked potentials. Am J Otol 1999;20(1):41-45.

(98) Freeman S, Geal-Dor M, Sohmer H. Development of inner ear (cochlear and vestibular) function in the fetus-neonate. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1999;10(3):173-190.

(99) Khvoles R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Effect of temperature on the transient evoked and distortion product otoacoustic emissions in rats. Audiol Neuro-Otol 1998;3(6):349-360.

(100) Khvoles R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Development of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in the neonatal rat. Audiol Neuro-Otol 1998;3(1):40-53.

(101) Plotnik M, Elidan J, Mager M, Sohmer H. Short latency vestibular evoked potentials (VsEPs) to linear acceleration impulses in rats. ELECTROENCEPHALOGR CLIN NEUROPHYSIOL EVOKED POTENTIALS 1997;104(6):522-530.

(102) Levi H, Adelman C, Geal-dor M, Elidan J, Eliashar R, Sichel J-, et al. Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in newborns in the first 48 hours after birth. Int J Audiol 1997;36(4):181-186.

(103) Li G, Elidan J, Meyler Y, Sohmer H. Contribution of the eighth nerve and cranial nerve nuclei to the short- latency vestibular evoked potentials in cats. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1997;116(2):181-188.

(104) Parush S, Sohmer H, Steinberg A, Kaitz M. Somatosensory functioning in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Dev Med Child Neurol 1997;39(7):464-468.

(105) Geal-Dor M, Khvoles R, Sohmer H. Cooling Induces A Decrease In Middle Ear Compliance. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1997;8(3):127-132.

(106) Sohmer H. Pathophysiological Mechanisms Of Hearing Loss. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1997;8(3):113-126.

(107) Khvoles R, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions can be recorded in the rat. Hear Res 1996;97(1-2):120-126.

(108) Freeman S, Cherny L, Sohmer H. Thyroxine affects physiological and morphological development of the ear. Hear Res 1996;97(1-2):19-29.

(109) Rodionov V, Elidan J, Sohmer H. Analysis of the middle latency evoked potentials to angular acceleration impulses in man. ELECTROENCEPHALOGR CLIN NEUROPHYSIOL EVOKED POTENTIALS 1996;100(4):354-361.

(110) Freeman S, Sohmer H. A comparison of forepaw and vibrissae somatosensory cortical evoked potentials in the rat. ELECTROENCEPHALOGR CLIN NEUROPHYSIOL EVOKED POTENTIALS 1996;100(4):362-369.

(111) Sohmer H, Freeman S. The importance of thyroid hormone for auditory development in the fetus and neonate. Audiol Neuro-Otol 1996;1(3):137-147.

(112) Rodionov V, Elidan J, Nitzan M, Sela M, Sohmer H. Vertical plane short and middle latency vestibular evoked potentials in humans. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1996;105(1):43-48.

(113) Silver S, Sohmer H, Kapitulnik J. Postnatal development of somatosensory evoked potential in jaundiced Gunn rats and effects of sulfadimethoxine administration. Pediatr Res 1996;40(2):209-214.

(114) Freeman S, Sohmer H, Geal-Dor M. The Role of Adrenocortical Steroid Hormones in the Development of Hearing. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1996;7(3):167-178.

(115) Silver S, Sohmer H, Kapitulnik J. Visual evoked potential abnormalities in jaundiced Gunn rats treated with sulfadimethoxine. Pediatr Res 1995;38(2):258-261.

(116) Freeman S, Goitein K, Attias J, Furst M, Sohmer H. Effect of hypoxemia and ethacrynic acid on ABR and distortion product emission thresholds. J Neurol Sci 1995;131(1):21-29.

(117) Silver S, Kapitulnik J, Sohmer H. Contribution of asphyxia to the induction of hearing impairment in jaundiced gunn rats. Pediatrics 1995;95(4):579-583.

(118) Attias J, Shemesh Z, Bleich A, Solomon Z, Bar-Or G, Aister J, et al. Psychological Profile of Help-seeking and Non-help-seeking Tinnitus Patients. Scand Audiol 1995;24(1):13-18.

(119) Elidan J, Li G, Sohmer H. The contribution of cranial-nerve nuclei to the short latency vestibular evoked potentials in cat. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1995;115(2):141-144.

(120) Freeman S, Sohmer H. Effect of thyroxine on the development of somatosensory and visual evoked potentials in the rat. J Neurol Sci 1995;128(2):143-150.

(121) Sohmer H, Freeman S. Functional development of auditory sensitivity in the fetus and neonate. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1995;6(2):95-108.

(122) Li G, Elidan J, Sohmer H. Peripheral Generators of the Vestibular Evoked Potentials in the Cat. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1995;121(1):34-38.

(123) Levi H, Sohmer H. Abr interpeak latencies in rats are shorter at low click intensities. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1995;6(2):129-138.

(124) Rosenstein GZ, Fufwan V, Sohmer H, Attias J, Abraham F. Single p100 visual evoked potential analyses in man. Int J Neurosci 1994;79(3-4):251-265.

(125) Sohmer H, Geal-Dor M, Weinstein D. Human fetal auditory threshold improvement during maternal oxygen respiration. Hear Res 1994;75(1-2):145-150.

(126) Sohmer H, Goitein K, Freeman S. Improvement in sensorineural auditory threshold of the guinea-pig fetus following delivery. Hear Res 1994;73(1):116-120.

(127) Silver S, Sohmer H. Multimodality (Auditory, Visual and Somatosensory) Evoked Potentials in the Sand rat, Psammomys Obesus. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1993;4(1-2):29-36.

(128) Attias J, Shemesh Z, Sohmer H, Gold S, Shoham C, Faraggi D. Comparison between self-hypnosis, masking and attentiveness for alleviation of chronic tinnitus. Int J Audiol 1993;32(3):205-212.

(129) Freeman S, Geal-Dor M, Shimoni Y, Sohmer H. Thyroid hormone induces earlier onset of auditory function in neonatal rats. Hear Res 1993;69(1-2):229-235.

(130) Li G, Elidan J, Sohmer H. The contribution of the lateral semicircular canal to the short latency vestibular evoked potentials in cat. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Evoked Potentials 1993;88(3):225-228.

(131) Geal-Dor M, Freeman S, Li G, Sohmer H. Development of hearing in neonatal rats: Air and bone conducted ABR thresholds. Hear Res 1993;69(1-2):236-242.

(132) Lidan D, Yedgar S, Aronson HB, Sohmer H. Influence of experimentally elevated blood viscosity on the auditory nerve-brainstem evoked response and threshold. Hear Res 1992;62(1):57-62.

(133) Sohmer H, Friedman I. Prolonged conductive hearing loss in rat pups causes shorter brainstem transmission time. Hear Res 1992;61(1-2):189-196.

(134) Sohmer H. Action potentials recorded with evoked potential techniques: Modes and sites of generation. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 1991;2(4):243-256.

(135) Freeman S, Sohmer H, Silver S. The effect of stimulus repetition rate on the diagnostic efficacy of the auditory nerve-brain-stem evoked response. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1991;78(4):284-290.

(136) Silver S, Kapitulnik J, Sohmer H. Postnatal development of flash visual evoked potentials in the Jaundiced Gunn rat. Pediatr Res 1991;30(5):469-472.

(137) Elidan J, Sela M, Liebner E, Sohmer H. Short latency vestibular evoked response to angular acceleration impulse in human beings. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1991;105(3):353-359.

(138) Sohmer H, Freeman S. Hypoxia induced hearing loss in animal models of the fetus in-utero. Hear Res 1991;55(1):92-97.

(139) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Friedman I, Lidan D. Auditory brainstem response (ABR) latency shifts in animal models of various types of conductive and sensori-neural hearing losses. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1991;111(2):206-211.

(140) Elidan J, Leibner E, Freeman S, Sela M, Nitzan M, Sohmer H. Short and middle latency vestibular evoked responses to acceleration in man. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Evoked Potentials 1991;80(2):140-145.

(141) Freeman S, Sohmer H. The influence of sound stimulus parameters on the acoustic reflex waveform. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1990;247(2):104-108.

(142) Attias J, Shoham C, Shahar A, Shemesh Z, Sohmer H. Efficacy of self-hypnosis for tinnitus relief. Scand Audiol 1990;19(4):245-249.

(143) Leibner E, Elidan J, Freeman S, Sela M, Nitzan M, Sohmer H. Vestibular evoked potentials with short and middle latencies recorded in humans. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 1990;41:119-123.

(144) Sohmer H. Short- and long-term evoked potential sequelae of deviations from homeostasis. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 1990;41:323-329.

(145) Attias J, Sohmer H, Gold S, Haran I, Shahar A. Noise and hypoxia induced temporary threshold shifts in rats studied by ABR. Hear Res 1990;45(3):247-252.

(146) Barenholz-Paniry V, Ishay JS, Freeman S, Sohmer H. Evoked potential changes in cats following injection of an extract from the venom sac of the oriental hornet (Vespa orientalis). Toxicon 1990;28(11):1317-1324.

(147) Adelman C, Levi H, Linder N, Sohmer H. Neonatal auditory brain-stem response threshold and latency: 1 hour to 5 months. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Evoked Potentials 1990;77(1):77-80.

(148) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Schmuel M. ABR threshold is a function of blood oxygen level. Hear Res 1989;40(1-2):87-91.

(149) Sohmer H, Gold S, Cahani M, Attias J. Effects of hypothermia on auditory brain-stem and somatosensory evoked responses. A model of a synaptic and axonal lesion. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Evoked Potentials 1989;74(1):50-57.

(150) Freeman S, Zaaroura S, Sohmer H. Concomitant changes in the acoustic impedance and the cochlear microphonic potentials during twitch contractions of the middle ear muscles in cats. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1988;245(5):311-315.

(151) Attias J, Gold S, Sohmer H, Schmuel M, Horowitz M, Shahar A. Effects of long-term heat exposure on the auditory nerve-brainstem evoked responses. J Therm Biol 1988;13(4):175-177.

(152) Cycowicz Y, Schmuel M, Freeman S, Wanszelbaum A, Sohmer H. Perinatal hypoxia and auditory brainstem response thresholds: No evidence of permanent hearing loss. Hear Res 1988;33(3):239-244.

(153) Sohmer H, Goitein K. Auditory brain-stem (ABP) and somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) in an animal model of a synaptic lesion: elevated plasma barbiturate levels. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Evoked Potentials 1988;71(5):382-388.

(154) Tait C, Miller J, Cycowicz Y, Sohmer H. Experimental analyses of the source of ABR wave II. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1987;244(1):26-29.

(155) Ohel G, Horowitz E, Linder N, Sohmer H. Neonatal auditory acuity following in utero vibratory acoustic stimulation. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1987;157(2):440-441.

(156) Sohmer H. Auditory evoked potentials during deviations from homeostasis: theoretical and clinical implications. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 1987;39:267-275.

(157) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Malachi S. Multi-modality evoked potentials in hypoxaemia. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1986;64(4):328-333.

(158) Sohmer H, Freeman S, Gafni M, Goitein K. The depression of the auditory nerve-brain-stem evoked response in hypoxaemia - mechanism and site of effect. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1986;64(4):334-338.

(159) Deutsch E, Freeman S, Sohmer H, Gafni M. The persistence of somatosensory and auditory pathway evoked potentials in severe hypoglycemia in the cat. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1985;61(2):161-164.

(160) Gold S, Cahani M, Sohmer H, Horowitz M, Shahar A. Effects of body temperature elevation on auditory nerve-brain-stem evoked responses and EEGs in rats. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1985;60(2):146-153.

(161) Matathias O, Sohmer H, Biton V. Central auditory tests and auditory nerve-brainstem evoked responses in multiple sclerosis. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1985;99(3-4):369-376.

(162) Elidan J, Sohmer H, Nitzan M. A Surface Recorded Vestibular Evoked Response To Acceleration In Cats. J Laryngol Rhinol Otol 1984;98:111-119.

(163) Sohmer H, Kinarti R. Survey of attempts to use auditory evoked potentials to obtain an audiogram: Review article. Br J Audiol 1984;18(4):237-244.

(164) Sohmer H, Kinarti R. Considerations in the Differentiation between Brainstem Lesions and Sensori-Neural Hearing Loss Using Auditory Nerve-Brainstem Evoked Responses. Clin EEG Neurosci 1984;15(3):159-163.

(165) Sohmer H, Gafni M, Havatselet G. Persistence of auditory nerve response and absence of brain-stem response in severe cerebral ischaemia. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1984;58(1):65-72.

(166) Elidan J, Lev S, Sohmer H, Gay I. Short latency vestibular evoked response to acceleration stimuli recorded by skin electrodes. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1984;93(3):257-261.

(167) Fabiani M, Sohmer H, Tait C, Bordieri O. MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AUDITORY BRAINSTEM TRANSMISSION TIME AND AGE. Dev Med Child Neurol 1984;26(4):461-465.

(168) Perlman M, Fainmesser P, Sohmer H, Tamari H, Wax Y, Pevsmer B. Auditory nerve-brainstem evoked responses in hyperbilirubinemic neonates. Pediatrics 1983;72(5):658-664.

(169) Chisin R, Gapany-Gapanavicius B, Gafni M, Sohmer H. Auditory nerve and brainstem-evoked responses before and after middle ear corrective surgery. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1983;238(1):27-31.

(170) Chisin R, Gafni M, Sohmer H. Patterns of Auditory Nerve and Brainstem-Evoked Responses (ABR) in different types of peripheral hearing loss. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1983;237(2):165-173.

(171) Goitein KJ, Amit Y, Feinmesser P, Sohmer H. The auditory brainstem evoked response in comatose children. Harefuah 1983;105(11):396+350-351+349.

(172) Elidan J, Sohmer H, Nitzan M. A surface recorded vestibular evoked response to acceleration in cats. J Laryngol Otol 1983;97(SUPPL. 9):111-119.

(173) Goitein KJ, Amit Y, Fainmesser P, Sohmer H. Diagnostic and prognostic value of auditory nerve brainstem evoked responses in comatose children. Crit Care Med 1983;11(2):91-94.

(174) Levi H, Tell L, Feinmesser M, Gafni M, Sohmer H. Early detection of hearing loss in infants by auditory nerve and brain stem response. Int J Audiol 1983;22(2):181-188.

(175) Sohmer H, Gafni M, Goitein K, Fainmesser P. Auditory nerve-brain stem evoked potentials in cats during manipulation of the cerebral perfusion pressure. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1983;55(2):198-202.

(176) Deutsch E, Sohmer H, Weidenfeld J, Zelig S, Chowers I. Auditory nerve-brain stem evoked potentials and EEG during severe hypoglycemia. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1983;55(6):714-716.

(177) Goitein KJ, Fainmesser P, Sohmer H. Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Auditory Brain-Stem Responses in Childhood CNS Diseases. Am J Dis Child 1983;137(8):777-781.

(178) Sohmer H. Auditory nerve-brain stem responses (ABR) in children with developmental brain disorders and in high risk neonates. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl 1982;36:315-327.

(179) Elidan J, Sohmer H, Nizan M. Recording of short latency vestibular evoked potentials to acceleration in rats by means of skin electrodes. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1982;53(5):501-505.

(180) Rubinstein A, Sohmer H. Latency of Auditory Nerve Response in Neonates One to Eight Hours Old. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1982;91(2):205-208.

(181) Sohmer H, Gafni M, Chisin R. Auditory nerve-brain stem potentials in man and cat under hypoxic and hypercapnic conditions. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1982;53(5):506-512.

(182) Kinarti R, Sohmer H. Analysis of auditory brain stem response sources along the basilar membrane to low-frequency filtered clicks. Isr J Med Sci 1982;18(1):93-98.

(183) Elidan J, Sohmer H, Gafni M, Kahana E. Contribution of changes in click rate and intensity on diagnosis of multiple sclerosis by brainstem auditory evoked potentials. Acta Neurol Scand 1982;65(6):570-585.

(184) Sohmer H, Kinarti R, Gafni M. The latency of auditory nerve-brainstem responses in sensorineural hearing loss. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1981;230(2):189-199.

(185) Goldman Z, Sohmer H, Godfrey C, Manheim A. Auditory nerve, brainstem and cortical response correlates of learning capacity. Physiol Behav 1981;26(4):637-645.

(186) Levi G, Sohmer H, Kapitulnik J. Auditory nerve and brain stem responses in homozygous jaundiced gunn rats. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1981;232(2):139-143.

(187) Gafni M, Sohmer H, Gross S, Weizman Z, Robinson MJ. Analysis of auditory nerve-brainstem responses (ABR) in neonates and very young infants. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1980;229(3-4):167-174.

(188) Sohmer H, Kinarti R, Gafni M. The source along the basilar membrane of the cochlear microphonic potential recorded by surface electrodes in man. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1980;49(5-6):506-514.

(189) Student M, Sohmer H. Erratum. J Autism Dev Disord 1979;9(3):309.

(190) Chisin R, Perlman M, Sohmer H. Cochlear and brain stem responses in hearing loss following neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1979;88(3):352-357.

(191) Fabiani M, Sohmer H, Tait C, Gafni M, Kinarti R. A functional measure of brain activity: Brain stem transmission time. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1979;47(4):483-491.

(192) Sohmer H, Fahn M, Amit Y, Sahar A. Brain lesion diagnosis by recording cochlear and brainstem responses to sound stimuli. Scand J Rehabil Med 1978;10(1):11-13.

(193) Student M, Sohmer H. Evidence from auditory nerve and brainstem evoked responses for an organic brain lesion in children with autistic traits. J Autism Dev Disord 1978;8(1):13-20.

(194) Pratt H, Sohmer H, Barazani N. Surface-recorded cochlear microphonic potentials during temporary threshold shifts in man. Int J Audiol 1978;17(3):204-212.

(195) Pratt H, Sohmer H. Comparison of hearing threshold determined by auditory pathway electric responses and by behavioural responses. Int J Audiol 1978;17(4):285-292.

(196) Sohmer H, Student M. Auditory nerve and brain-stem evoked responses in normal, autistic, minimal brain dysfunction and psychomotor retarded children. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1978;44(3):380-388.

(197) Sohmer H, Gafni M, Chisin R. Auditory Nerve and Brain Stem Responses: Comparison in Awake and Unconscious Subjects. Arch Neurol 1978;35(4):228-230.

(198) Abraham FA, Cohen D, Sohmer H. Usher's syndrome: Electrophysiological tests of the visual and auditory systems. Doc Ophthalmol 1977;44(2):435-444.

(199) Brama I, Sohmer H. Auditory nerve and brain stem responses to sound stimuli at various frequencies. Int J Audiol 1977;16(5):402-408.

(200) Pratt H, Sohmer H. Correlations between psychophysical magnitude estimates and simultaneously obtained auditory nerve, brain stem and cortical responses to click stimuli in man. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1977;43(6):802-812.

(201) Sohmer H, Pratt H, Kinarti R. Sources of frequency following responses (FFR) in man. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1977;42(5):656-664.

(202) Cohen D, Sohmer H. Comparison of earlobe and promontorium recording sites in electrocochleography. Int J Audiol 1977;16(6):462-468.

(203) Sohmer H, Pratt H. Identification and separation of acoustic frequency following responses (FFRS) in man. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1977;42(4):493-500.

(204) Sohmer H, Bauberger-Tell L, Feinmesser M, Edelstein E. Cochlear, brain stem, and cortical evoked responses in nonorganic hearing loss. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1977;86(2):227-234.

(205) Pratt H, Sohmer H. Intensity and rate functions of cochlear and brainstem evoked responses to click stimuli in man. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1976;212(2):85-92.

(206) Sohmer H, Pratt H. Recording of the cochlear microphonic potential with surface electrodes. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1976;40(3):253-260.

(207) Gafni M, Sohmer H. Intermediate endocochlear potential levels induced by hypoxia. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1976;82(1-6):354-358.

(208) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. Recording the responses of the auditory system for evaluating hearing (Hebrew). Harefuah 1975;89(12):558-560+595.

(209) Gafni M, Sohmer H. Effects of graded anoxia and ethacrynic acid on the endocochlear and cochlear microphonic potentials. Isr J Med Sci 1975;11(1):75.

(210) Sohmer H, Pratt H. Electrocochleography during noise-induced temporary threshold shifts. Int J Audiol 1975;14(2):130-134.

(211) Sohmer H, Pratt H, Feinmesser M. Electrocochleography or evoked cortical responses: which is preferable in diagnosis of hearing loss? REV LARYNGOL OTOL RHINOL 1974;95(7-8):515-522.

(212) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. Electrocochleography in clinical-audiological diagnosis. Arch Otorhinolaryngol 1974;206(2):91-102.

(213) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M, Szabo G. Sources of electrocochleographic responses as studied in patients with brain damage. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1974;37(6):663-669.

(214) Lieberman A, Sohmer H, Szabo G. Standard values of amplitude and latency of cochlear audiometry (electro-cochleography) responses in different age groups. Arch klin exp Ohr -, Nas - u Kehlk Heilk 1973;203(4):267-273.

(215) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. Routine use of electrocochleography (cochlear audiometry on human subjects. Int J Audiol 1973;12(3):167-173.

(216) Leiberman A, Sohmer H, Szabo G. Cochlear Audiometry (Electro‐cochleography) During the Neonatal Period. Dev Med Child Neurol 1973;15(1):8-13.

(217) Lev A, Sohmer H. Sources of averaged neural responses recorded in animal and human subjects during cochlear audiometry (Electro-Cochleogram). Arch klin exp Ohr -, Nas - u Kehlk Heilk 1972;201(2):79-90.

(218) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M, Bauberger-Tell L, Lev A, David S. Routine use of cochlear audiometry in infants with uncertain diagnosis. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1972;81(1):72-75.

(219) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. Cochlear and cortical audiometry conveniently recorded in the same subject. Isr J Med Sci 1970;6(2):219-223.

(220) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. Effect of the osmotic pressure of solutions applied to the cochlea of Guinea pigs and cats on cochlear potentials. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1967;64(1-6):55-64.

(221) Sohmer H. Rhythmic oscillations in amplitude of the cortical evoked potential in response to click stimuli in the anesthetized cat. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1967;22(6):591.

(222) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. XXXIV. Cochlear action potentials recorded from the external ear in man. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1967;76(2):427-435.

(223) Sohmer H. A comparison of the efferent effects of the homolateral and contralateral olivo-cochlear bundles. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1966;62(1-6):74-87.

(224) Feinmesser M, Sohmer H. IV: Influence of Streptomycin and Dihydrostreptomycin on the Cochlear Potentials of the Guinea Pig. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 1965;74(1):48-58.

(225) Sohmer H. The effect of contralateral olivo-cochlear bundle stimulation on the cochlear potentials evoked by acoustic stimuli of various frequencies and intensities. Acta Oto-Laryngol 1965;60(1-6):59-70.

(226) Sohmer H, Feinmesser M. Cochlear potentials from the cat tympanic membrane. Life Sci 1964;3(10):1191-1194.

(227) SOHMER H, FEINMESSER M. STUDIES ON THE INFLUENCE OF ACETYLCHOLINE, ESERINE AND ATROPINE ON. Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 1963;144:446-453.