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Etiology and Audiological Outcomes at 3 Years for 364 Children in Australia
(U.S. National Institute of Health PubMed Central, 2013-03-28)
Hearing loss is an etiologically heterogeneous trait with differences in the age of onset, severity and site of lesion. It is caused by a combination of genetic and/or environmental factors. A longitudinal study to examine ...
Prescribing Amplification for Children: Adult-Equivalent Hearing Loss, Real-Ear Aided Gain, and NAL-NL1
(Sage Publications, 2003-03)
This paper focuses on how the acoustical differences between the ear canals of adults and children affect amplification requirements and describes efficient strategies to allow for these differences when prescribing and ...