S Chodynicki

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Early identification of hearing impairment in children is a major problem for clinical research and development. Transient click evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) have been shown to be a useful test of hearing impairment, especially when used for infant screening. The purpose of this study was evaluation of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions(More)
With the use of planimetry, and ears lateral projection X-ray pictures, the size of temporal bones pneumatization surfaces was measured 88 ears with otosclerosis and 88 healthy ears were examined. The degree of pneumatization in the two groups was compared. Statistically significantly highly pneumatization was found in the group of ears with otosclerosis.
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