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Cochlear implants in forty-eight children with cochlear and/or vestibular abnormality

Cochlear implants in forty-eight children with cochlear and/or vestibular abnormality

Audiology and Neuro-Otology 16(4): 222-232

CT and MRI scans for 48 children with cochlear and/or vestibular abnormality were classified in decreasing severity; common cavity, Mondini plus enlarged vestibular aqueduct, Mondini dysplasia alone and enlarged vestibular aqueduct alone. No significant relationship between degree of cochlea abnormality and surgical issues (cerebrospinal fluid gusher, depth of insertion, number of electrodes) or speech perception/language outcomes was found. A significant relationship was observed between cerebrospinal fluid gusher and partial electrode insertion, fewer active electrodes and poorer sentence understanding. Optimum language outcomes were associated with younger age at implant.

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DOI: 10.1159/000320608

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