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  • Most hospital-based cochlear implant programs provide excellent medical and audiologic support to children with cochlear implants.

    Professional Preparation in Cochlear Implants (PPCI)

  • The Department of Audiology diagnoses hearing loss in children from birth to 21 years of age and provides rehabilitative audiologic services.

    Audiology

  • Audiology, which provides evaluation and diagnoses and rehabilitative audiologic services for hearing loss in children from birth toage 21.

    Center for Childhood Communication

  • I have better cure rates than others because I am able to actually see what is wrong with patients using in-office fiberoptic cameras, CT scans and audiologic testing.

    Standardized Medicine Doesn't Mean Better Medicine

  • She was a woman, yes (this a handicap somewhat worse than her audiologic one), but an educated, hardworking one at least.

    A Maiden's Grave

  • Both groups were compared for operative time, postoperative pain, graft success rate, and audiologic improvement in hearing.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • OBJECTIVE: A prospective randomized unblinded controlled trial was conducted by comparing acellular dermis with temporalis fascia as graft materials in tympanoplasty (type 1) in terms of operative time, postoperative pain, graft success rate, and audiologic outcome.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • We prospectively collected audiologic data and DNA

    New England Journal of Medicine

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