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《Journal of Audiology and Speech Pathology》 2001-04
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The Role of Pediatric Behavioral Hearing Assessment Before Cochlear Implant

Mo Lingyan, Chen Xueqing, Liu Bo, et al. (Deparment of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Beijing Tongren Hospital, Beijing,100730)  
Objective To discuss the role of behavioral hearing assessment in cochlear implant for children. Methods and Results The patients selection under the age of 6. Forty-five were implanted with cochlear (Nucleus 41 and Med-E1 4) among 56 children who could afford cochlear implant and underwent comprehensive pre-operative hearing and medical assessment. Conclusion Behavioral hearing assessment can be used as a tool of implant patient selection, pre-operative hearing orientation and mapping guide.
【CateGory Index】: R764.5
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