Delineating the Hearing Loss in Children With Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct.

from Laryngoscope

Conclusions: Air-bone gap(s) can be found in most ears with EVA if both air and bone conduction thresholds are properly tested. Normal tympanometry, presence of acoustic reflex and low threshold VEMP responses suggest that the air-bone gap in EVA is due to an inner ear anomaly, similar to the “third” labyrinthine window syndrome.


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