Congenital Hearing Loss in Virus Infection: Rubella and CMV Infection in Children
The inner ears seem to be especially susceptible to damage from virus infections and bacterial infections. As it is well known that is why virus or bacteria can infect her fetus and cause congenital hearing loss, if a pregnant woman contracts it.
KeywordsPregnant Woman Hearing Loss Sensorineural Hearing Loss Rubella Virus Speech Therapy
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