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#1
Francisco Javier García Callejo
Francisco Javier García Callejo
Otorhinolaryngology, Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
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Neck Tumours | Hearing Loss | Palatal Myoclonus | Objective Tinnitus
#2
Miguel H. Orts Alborch
Miguel H. Orts Alborch
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Hearing Loss | Blood Viscosity | Tonsillar Tissue | Adenoma Pleomorfo

#3
Jaime Marco Algarra
Jaime Marco Algarra
10, ENT Department, Clinical University Hospital, Valencia, Spain
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Neck Tumours | Hearing Loss | Acoustic Neuroma | Hydroxyapatite-Coated Abutment
#4
E. Sebastián Gil
E. Sebastián Gil
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Condicionantes Otológicos | Hipoacusia Neurosensorial Rápidamente Progresiva | Mobile Phones | Interstitial Keratitis
#5
Antonio Morant Ventura
Antonio Morant Ventura
Servicio de Otorrinolaringología, Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valencia, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, España
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Bilateral Cochlear Implantation | Hearing Loss | Adenoma Pleomorfo | Diabetes Mellitus

 

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Sordera Súbita Neurosensorial, Síndrome De Hiperviscosidad Sanguínea Y Diabetes Mellitus

[ PUBLICATION ] Diabetes mellitus is considered a risk factor for sensorineural sudden deafness. Its pathogenesis remains unknown. However, the physiopathological implication of a hyperviscosity syndrome in ...
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Diabetes Mellitus | Sudden Deafness | Hiperviscosidad Sanguínea | Physiopathological Implication