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AETIOLOGY , PREVALENCE AND DIAGNOSIS OF DEAFNESS IN D O G S AND CATS

@inproceedings{Physiolo2005AETIOLOGYP,
  title={AETIOLOGY , PREVALENCE AND DIAGNOSIS OF DEAFNESS IN D O G S AND CATS},
  author={I'elerinmy Physiolo},
  year={2005}
}
Peripheral deafness may be inherited or acquired, congenital or lateronset, and sensorineural or conductive. The most commonly obsera,ed forms are inherited congenital sensorineural, acquired later-onset sensorineural (ototoxicity, presbycusis) and acquired later-onset conductive (chronic otitis externa/media) . In most dog and cat breeds inherited congenital sensorineural deafiaess results from perinatal degeneration of the stria vascularis, the vascular bed of the outer wall of the cochlear… Expand

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