Newborn Hearing Screening — the Ultimate Early Detection Strategy for Hearing Loss
Congenital sensori-neural hearing loss remains one of the most common congenital disorders in children. Lack of screening for this relatively common disorder has been called “the great omission” in newborn screening .
KeywordsHearing Loss Otoacoustic Emission Alport Syndrome Hearing Screening Auditory Neuropathy
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