HEARING LOSS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
The actuality: Children' s cerebral paralysis is a one of the most urgent problems in
neurology. The importance of it is determined by increasing prevalence and social
significance of the disease and is one of the vanguard positions among the disabling
diseases of children and adolescents. The frequency of cerebral paralysis in Western
countries remains unchanged and is 2- 3 cases per 1000 newborns, in Uzbekistan 3,7
per 1000 newborns. Cerebral palsy is a complex disease central nervous system, leading
not only to the motor violations, but also to such complications as a hearing, which in
turn the second time affects the delay of the speech and mental development. The study
of hearing in children with cerebral palsy is a challenge requiring from professionals
highly qualified training. At present, one of the most common and available methods of
the objective of research hearing is the acoustic impedancemetry. At the present stage of
development of audiology acoustic impedancemetry is complemented by otoacoustic
emissions and registration of hearing caused by the potential.
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