Assessment and management of non organic hearing loss

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Non organic hearing loss is a poorly recognised phenomenon, and the current literature suggests that particularly in the paediatric population this is underdiagnosed. There are potential implications of missing such a diagnosis, such as unnecessary aiding or even cochlear implantation. Here we discuss principles of assessment and management of nonorganic hearing loss.

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