Müllerian anomalies, hearing loss, and connexin 26 mutations.

@article{Rabinson2006MllerianAH,
  title={M{\"u}llerian anomalies, hearing loss, and connexin 26 mutations.},
  author={Jacob Rabinson and Raoul Orvieto and Amnon Shapira and Zippora Brownstein and S. Meltzer and Ilan Tur-Kaspa},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2006},
  volume={85 6},
  pages={1824-5}
}
In a study of the possible inter-relationship among müllerian anomalies, hearing loss, and connexin 26 mutations, we evaluated all women in whom müllerian anomalies were diagnosed on hysterosalpingography during a 6-year period (n = 24/519). Audiometric testing revealed five (22.7%) with unrecognized sensorineural hearing loss; however, on genetic evaluation, none harbored a connexin 26 mutation. 

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