Sensorineural Hearing Loss following Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

@inproceedings{Pillion2012SensorineuralHL,
  title={Sensorineural Hearing Loss following Carbon Monoxide Poisoning},
  author={Joseph P. Pillion},
  booktitle={Case reports in pediatrics},
  year={2012}
}
A case study is presented of a 17-year-old male who sustained an anoxic brain injury and sensorineural hearing loss secondary to carbon monoxide poisoning. Audiological data is presented showing a slightly asymmetrical hearing loss of sensorineural origin and mild-to-severe degree for both ears. Word recognition performance was fair to poor bilaterally for speech presented at normal conversational levels in quiet. Management considerations of the hearing loss are discussed. 

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