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Otitis media with efussion

A Castro Calvo, J I De Diego Sastre, M P Prim Espada
Middle ear efussion (MEE) is the most frequent condition related to conductive hearing loss in children, being rarely the cause of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL). We present a 5-years-old child without know previous otologic disease who developed MEE with a very adversely effect on hearing. Hearing tests showed a bilateral moderate-severe neural impariment. The patient were programmed for grommet insertion. Hearing showed a total audiometric recovery three months after surgery. To sum up, MEE can be rarely associated with SNHL...
2005: Anales Otorrinolaringológicos Ibero-americanos
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