The fundamental and medical impacts of recent progress in research on hereditary hearing loss.

@article{Kalatzis1998TheFA,
  title={The fundamental and medical impacts of recent progress in research on hereditary hearing loss.},
  author={Vasiliki Kalatzis and Christine Petit},
  journal={Human molecular genetics},
  year={1998},
  volume={7 10},
  pages={1589-97}
}
What would define real progress in the field of deafness research in fundamental and medical terms? In fundamental terms, progress would be measured by an improvement in our knowledge of the development and physiology of the ear. In medical terms, progress would lead to the division of the broad category of hearing defects into distinct clinical entities or subclasses, the collection of epidemiological data, the creation of molecular diagnostic tests, the improvement of genetic counselling… CONTINUE READING

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