A recent case highlights how a failed hearing screening at a well-child visit ultimately led to a cholesteatoma diagnosis. The rare, abnormal noncancerous growth can lead to structural damage if left untreated.
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A systematic review indicates children with HI perform worse on IQ tests than their normal hearing peers, but more research is necessary to fully understand the impact of hearing loss on neurocognitive domains.
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.
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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.
Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists report on their efforts to reduce the need for general anesthesia in the repair of choanal atresia using steroid-eluting stents.
Multi-institutional study finds no significant difference in the diagnostic yield of CT and MR imaging in pediatric unilateral sensorineural hearing loss.