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In patients with a cochlear implant (CI), the first critical point in processing auditory information from sound stimuli that leads to comprehension is the interface between the electrode and the cochlear nerve, which is dependent on providing appropriate current input. The purpose of this work was to evaluate the longitudinal differences in psychoacoustic(More)
Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (greater than 20 mg%) is an audiological risk factor. In order to check early detection of bilirubin-induced neurological damage in the brainstem, 19 newborns were enrolled in the present study. The criteria was a bilirubin level ranging from 12 to 20 mg%. A likely mechanism for bilirubin intoxication may be the slowing and(More)
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