Determination of relationship and frequency of sensorineural hearing loss in previously diagnosed diabetes mellitus and/or hypertensive adults using qualitative semi-structured interviews

@inproceedings{Karmarkar2016DeterminationOR,
  title={Determination of relationship and frequency of sensorineural hearing loss in previously diagnosed diabetes mellitus and/or hypertensive adults using qualitative semi-structured interviews},
  author={Amrit Bhalchandra Karmarkar},
  year={2016}
}
Background: Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is most common form of hearing loss, (90% of hearing loss cases). It was observed that diabetes and hypertension both can cause SNHL through diabetic microangiography and hypertensive retinopathy in ear respectively. Considering prevalence of diabetes and hypertension in India, particularly in state of Maharashtra and their association with sensorineural hearing loss, it was decided to evaluate relationship and frequency of SNHL in adult population… CONTINUE READING

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