Behavioral trends in young children with conductive hearing loss: a case–control study

@article{Gouma2010BehavioralTI,
  title={Behavioral trends in young children with conductive hearing loss: a case–control study},
  author={Panagiota Gouma and Antonios Mallis and Vasilis Daniilidis and H Gouveris and N. Armenakis and Stephanos Naxakis},
  journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology},
  year={2010},
  volume={268},
  pages={63-66}
}
Otitis media with effusion (OME) is a common condition affecting children and a well-known cause of conductive hearing loss that can potentially lead to speech development disorders. Recent studies, however, have demonstrated the influence of OME on development of attention disorders or social adaptation and acceptance. Hence, this study aimed to investigate the behavioral trends of children with OME based on the Achenbach test. A group of 117 patients with episodes of OME at the age of 4–5 was… Expand
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