The detrimental effect of aminohydroxypropylidene bisphosphonate (APD) in otospongiosis

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Two middle-aged female patients with active stapedial otosclerosis and sensorineural hearing loss have been treated with aminohydroxypropylidene bisphosphonate (APD). No effect on the Schwartze sign was observed either during or following therapy. No changes were seen in the audiometric data of the patients during the 1st year. Then, within a few weeks… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00173660

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@article{Boumans1991TheDE, title={The detrimental effect of aminohydroxypropylidene bisphosphonate (APD) in otospongiosis}, author={L. J. J. M. Boumans and R. M. L. Poublon}, journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology}, year={1991}, volume={248}, pages={218-221} }