A Case Series of Paediatric Hearing Preservation Cochlear Implantation: A New Treatment Modality for Children with Drug-Induced or Congenital Partial Deafness.
Audiology & Neuro-Otology, 2012
Abstract Objective: To investigate the use of hearing preservation cochlear implantation in children with partial deafness.
Patients and Methods: Five children with either drug-induced or congenital partial deafness were enrolled in a pilot study.
Results: Low frequency hearing was preserved in all patients with postoperative bone conduction within 10 dB of the preoperative hearing levels.
Conclusion: Hearing preservation cochlear implantation is a new effective modality in children with partial deafness.
Hearing preservation and hearing improvement after reimplantation of pediatric and adult patients with partial deafness: a retrospective case series review.
Bilateral electric acoustic stimulation: a comparison of partial and deep cochlear electrode insertion.
Review Partial deafness cochlear implantation (PDCI) and electric-acoustic stimulation (EAS).
Review The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of cochlear implants for severe to profound deafness in children and adults: a systematic review and economic model.