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Sudden cortical hearing loss for speech: A case report

2001-02-01
Akkuzu, B
Fisiloglu, AG
Ozluoglu, L
Can, U
A 35-yr-old male patient experienced a sudden loss of speech understanding due to a bilateral cerebrovascular disease. A detailed summary of audiological and neurological findings was presented. Findings indicated that the presence of P-a waves of the Middle Latency Response (MLR) may be a positive prognosis for improvement in hearing thresholds and speech understanding.