Frequency of Congenital Heart Diseases in Prelingual Sensory-Neural Deaf Children release_fqb7ao56ofdg3kn63kfw3dl34a

by Masoud Zarandy, Mohammad Mahmoudi, Iran Malekzadeh, Sevil Nasirmohtaram

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2016   Volume 28


Introduction: Hearing impairment is the most frequent sensorial congenital defect in newborns and has increased to 2-4 cases per 1,000 live births. Sensory-neural hearing loss (SNHL) accounts for more than 90% of all hearing loss. This disorder is associated with other congenital disorders such as renal, skeletal, ocular, and cardiac disorders. Given that congenital heart diseases are life-threatening, we decided to study the frequency of congenital heart diseases in children with congenital sensory-neural deafness.
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