Research from Cleveland Clinic audiologists shows how even mild-moderate hearing loss in children can affect development, plus what steps physicians can take to limit the impact.
A new study from Cleveland Clinic researchers evaluated the perceived health-related quality-of-life benefits of CI among normally-developing children and NCNIDD children.
Unilateral hearing loss in pediatric patients has a prevalence of 3 percent to 6 percent in school-aged children. Studies look at impact of the hearing loss and treatments.
Can OAE testing/tympanometry be used as a cost-effective alternative to comprehensive audiometry in testing for hearing loss in very young children? This is the question Cleveland Clinic doctors are exploring.
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Two new studies by Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatric otolaryngologists offer much-needed data on the costs of testing and imaging for young patients with suspected hearing loss.