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Vestibular Assessment in Infant Cochlear Implant Candidates

Published on: October 11, 2023

The Hearing Review
Published: October, 2023

Authors
Richard E. Gans, PhD

Background/Objectives
Age-appropriate testing can ensure the best possible outcomes and quality of life for even the youngest CI candidates who may have abnormal balance and equilibrium function.

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