2013
DOI: 10.1055/s-0033-1352500
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Abstract: Introduction The CHARGE association (coloboma of the eyes; heart disease; atresia of the choanae; retarded growth and development; genital hypoplasia/genitourinary anomalies; ear anomalies and/or hearing loss) was first described in 1979 by Hall, and among its main features is hearing loss. This study presents a case aiming to establish relationships between performance on Infant Toddler Meaningful Auditory Integration Scale (IT-MAIS) and Meaningful Use of Speech Scales (MUSS) tests and the analysis of hearing… Show more

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“…There are few reports in the literature on the outcome of treatment with CIs in CHARGE patients. Lanson BG (2007), Bauer PW (2002) Arndt S (2010), Ahn (2013), Cardoso (2013) and Birman (2015) all demonstrated that CI is a feasible option for such patients, even though variations in temporal bone anatomy can lead to higher surgical risks 34 - 45 . There is a general consensus that early audiological intervention is important in children with dual/ multiple sensory impairments to facilitate their optimal development and enable at least minimal communication 5 34 - 39 46 , but to the best of our knowledge there are still no publications on the long-term results achieved with CIs in children with CHARGE syndrome.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are few reports in the literature on the outcome of treatment with CIs in CHARGE patients. Lanson BG (2007), Bauer PW (2002) Arndt S (2010), Ahn (2013), Cardoso (2013) and Birman (2015) all demonstrated that CI is a feasible option for such patients, even though variations in temporal bone anatomy can lead to higher surgical risks 34 - 45 . There is a general consensus that early audiological intervention is important in children with dual/ multiple sensory impairments to facilitate their optimal development and enable at least minimal communication 5 34 - 39 46 , but to the best of our knowledge there are still no publications on the long-term results achieved with CIs in children with CHARGE syndrome.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%