Sture Lindholm

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Optic atrophy (OA) and sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) are key abnormalities in several syndromes, including the recessively inherited Wolfram syndrome, caused by mutations in WFS1. In contrast, the association of autosomal dominant OA and SNHL without other phenotypic abnormalities is rare, and almost exclusively attributed to mutations in the Optic(More)
Since the eighties the formerly well established hearing screening performed at the age of four has been debated, partly for economic reasons. One quarter of Sweden's counties have since then abolished it. But how many children do we detect by this screening? What significance does it have for a child that those around it are aware of a mild hearing(More)