Vestibular Development of Children with Inner Ear Malformation and Cochlear Nerve Deficiency


No.

Age

Type of the cochlear anomaly

Type of the vestibular anomaly

Time duration (s)

Number of beats

Head control

Independent walking

1

2 years 6 months

Bilateral common cavity

Bilateral common cavity

3.5

3.5

4 months

1 year 6 months

3 years 5 months

0

0

4 years 9 months

39

28

2

3 years 3 months

Bilateral IP-I

Bilateral dysplasia

6

3.5

4 months

2 years 4 months

5 years 7 months

37

22

3

6 months

Bilateral common cavity

Bilateral common cavity

0

0

4 months

1 year 6 months

4 years 7 months

31.

28.5

6 years 5 months

36

43.5

4

9 months

Bilateral IP-II

Bilateral dysplasia

0

0

9 months

1 year 6 months

1 year 10 months

37

40.5

5

1 year 7 months

Lt. IP-I

Lt. dysplasia

12.5

8

6 months

2 years 0 month

3 years 2 months

Rt. Michel

Rt. Michel

2.5

3.5

5 years 1 month

16.5

19.5

6

6 months

Bilateral IP-II

Bilateral

0

0

6 months

2 years 0 month

1 year 4 months

Hypoplasia

0

0

1 year 11 months

0

0

3 years 2 months

2

2

4 years 2 months

28

18.5

7

2 years 3 months

Lt. IP-I

Lt. dysplasia

0

0

6 months

2 years 0 month

3 years 8 months

Rt. hypoplasia

Rt. hypoplasia

29.5

34

4 years 7 months

35.5

48.5

8

9 months

Lt. IP-II

Bilateral

0

0

6 months

1 year 2 months

1 year 2 months

Rt. IP-I

dysplasia

9.5

11

2 years 0 month

28

21

9

1 year 10 months

Bilateral common cavity

Bilateral common cavity

5

6

6 months

1 year 6 months

4 years 9 months

33

38

10

5 months

Bilateral common cavity

Bilateral common cavity

28

30

7 months

1 year 3 months

1 year 5 months

8

8.5

2 years 3 months

23.5

24.5

11

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Oct 3, 2017 | Posted by in OTOLARYNGOLOGY | Comments Off on Vestibular Development of Children with Inner Ear Malformation and Cochlear Nerve Deficiency
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