Joyce L Yan

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The term auditory neuropathy was first coined by Starr et al. in 1996 to describe ten patients who had acquired hearing impairment in the presence of normal cochlear outer hair cells. In their report, the patients were children or young adults who later in life went on to develop peripheral neuropathy. They attributed the hearing loss to a generalized(More)
Chopart amputations were first performed for treatment of a non-salvageable distal foot but became unfavorable because of the development of equinovarus contractures and ulcerations. The majority of below-knee amputations today occur in ambulatory patients with diabetes in which a Chopart amputation may be a viable option; however, the durability of the(More)
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