Bilateral Cochlear Implants

@inproceedings{Hoesel2011BilateralCI,
  title={Bilateral Cochlear Implants},
  author={Richard van Hoesel},
  year={2011}
}
Over the last decade bilateral cochlear implantation has seen increasing clinical uptake. Particularly in the case of young children, a growing number of recipients are being fitted bilaterally, with the expectation that providing input from both ears early in life will lead to improved outcomes compared to implanting only one ear. However, a wide range of factors is likely to influence the extent to which binaural hearing advantages can be imparted to bilateral implant users. Some of those… CONTINUE READING
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