FEATURES OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL AND ACQUIRED SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS


Sh. Sh. Shamansurov, D.K. Makhkamova, I. K. Abdukadirova
Center for the Development of Professional Qualifications of Medical Workers, Department of Pediatric Neurology Republican Specialized Scientific and Practical Medical Center for Eye Microsurgery Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Abstract
Sensorineural hearing loss is currently the most important medical and social problem and is an urgent problem of neurology. According to various researchers, from 6% to 36% of the worlds population suffers from ear pathology, of which 60-80% have sensorineural hearing impairment (damage to the cochleo-vestibular nerve receptor - the cochlea of the inner ear).Deafness is the most common defect in sensory systems in children and occurs in 1: 750 cases, and in adults 4-36% depending on age, which reflects the interaction of environmental factors and individual genetic predisposition (Tranebjaerg L., 2000).About 400 genetic syndromes that include hearing impairment have been described (Friedman T.V., Griffith A J., 2003).
Keywords: sensorineural hearing loss, neurological disorders. Purpose: to study clinical and neurological features in patients with sensorineural hearing loss.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2023-01-18

Vol : 9
Issue : 1
Month : January
Year : 2023
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