A Topouzkhanian

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Cochlear implant (CI) is a good means in developing communication in deaf children. Nevertheless, compared to children with the same age, CI patients' voices are far from being similar. In this work, the voice of CI children has been compared with the voice of corresponding normal children (same age, same sex) included in the main stream. Six girls and two(More)
Chronic hoarseness is frequent among children, as shown by 64 cases observed over an 18-month period in a specialized phoniatric outpatients clinic. Age at the first consultation for these 64 patients was 3-14 year although the hoarseness was already known for more than 1 year in 40 patients (62.5%). The main findings at laryngoscopy were an edematous vocal(More)
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