Maria Carolina Costa Melo Svidnicki

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Hearing loss is the most common sensory deficit in humans, affecting approximately 10% of the global population. In developed countries, one in every 500 individuals suffers from severe to profound(More)
PURPOSE To establish the frequency of genetic mutations related to sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL); to verify if there is association between the degree of SNHL and the presence of genetic(More)
UNLABELLED The SLC26A4 gene has been described as the second gene involved in most cases of sensorineural non-syndromic hearing loss, since the first is the GJB2 gene. Recessive mutations in the(More)
OBJECTIVE Evaluation of the effectiveness of imaging and genetic testing, and establishment of a cost-effective diagnostic protocol for the etiologic diagnosis of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) in(More)
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