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Trials of treatment of perceptive deafness by implantation of electrodes into the cochlea


, : Trials of treatment of perceptive deafness by implantation of electrodes into the cochlea. Otolaryngologia Polska 34(6): 579-584

Not all hard of hearing patients can be treated by operations improving hearing acuity. Perceptive deafness is not yet suitable for treatment by tympanoplasitc operations. In recent years much work has been done on these cases and the present status of investigations in this field is described in the light of world literature and discussions in this field. The initial results, failures and expectations are reviewed.

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