The Efficacy of Brainstem Response Audiometry in the Diagnosis of Meningitis and Other CNS Pathology
There are two main concerns on the part of neonatalogists and pediatricians when diagnosing a sepsis neonatorum—whether or not there is a spread to meningeal spaces and what the possibilities are that a surviving infant might develop a neurological deficit. The earlier the diagnosis, the better the neurological prognosis might be.
KeywordsOtitis Medium Cranial Nerve Palsy Focal Epilepsy Superior Olivary Complex Newborn Hearing Screening
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