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Unilateral hyperacusis in a normal-hearing child
The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology volume 33, pages120–123(2017)
There is some debate on the epidemiological data of childhood tinnitus and hyperacusis. It is vital for Audiologists to pay careful attention to minor complaints such as hyperacusis in children to manage them successfully.
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Rahman, T.T.A. Unilateral hyperacusis in a normal-hearing child. Egypt J Otolaryngol 33, 120–123 (2017). https://doi.org/10.4103/1012-5574.199407
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