Nov 12, 1977

Severe sensorineural deafness in children due to perforation of the round-window membrane

Lancet
N J Knight

Abstract

Perforation of the round-window membrane was found in three children with severe sensorineural deafness. After a simple repair, all three have had a small improvement in hearing.

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Rupture
Audiometry
Fat Pad
Sensorineural Hearing Loss (Disorder)
Corneal Dystrophy AND Perceptive Deafness
Atmospheric Pressure
Transplantation, Autologous
Rupture, Spontaneous
Complete Hearing Loss
Cochlear Structure

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