2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342010000400022
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Avaliação do processamento auditivo na Neurofibromatose tipo 1

Abstract: Este trabalho teve como objetivo apresentar os resultados obtidos na avaliação do processamento auditivo de um paciente com Neurofibromatose tipo 1. Embora a audição periférica estivesse normal nos testes realizados, foram observadas alterações importantes no processamento auditivo em várias habilidades. Este achado, descrito pela primeira vez na neurofibromatose, pode contribuir para explicar os distúrbios cognitivos e da aprendizagem já amplamente descritos nesta enfermidade genética comum.

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“…CAPD has been observed in patients with normal peripheral hearing [11][12][13], raising the suspicion that in such cases it is the language and learning part of the auditory system that has been affected [17,46]. This study corroborated previous work showing that with CAPD peripheral hearing was within normal standards (Table 2).…”
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confidence: 89%
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“…CAPD has been observed in patients with normal peripheral hearing [11][12][13], raising the suspicion that in such cases it is the language and learning part of the auditory system that has been affected [17,46]. This study corroborated previous work showing that with CAPD peripheral hearing was within normal standards (Table 2).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…Although NF1 gives rise to a high incidence of alteration in the CANS, with repercussions on the academic and social life of the patients [69], in our study FAT therapy promoted the reorganization of neural pathways, generating better responses in objective electrophysiological tests and better behavioral changes, although they did not overcome the CAPD diagnosis. Our results are similar to those of other pediatric studies [11][12][13]15]. Therapy tended to normalise many aspects of the behavioral assessment, resulting in improved quality of life for these NF1 patients.…”
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confidence: 88%
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“…The assessment of the olivocochlear complex, through the suppression of OAE, contributes to the identification of auditory processing alterations, since this complex plays an important role in the cases of hearing in noise [36,38,39]. Some authors have pointed out that in NF1 patients with normal peripheral hearing there are neural or central injuries that commonly impair the central auditory system [9,[40][41][42][43].…”
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confidence: 99%