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E.I. Zelikovich

Otdelenie otorinolaringologii, otdelenie komp'iuternoĭ tomografii Nauchnogo tsentra zdorov'ia deteĭ RAMN, Moskva

L.V. Tropchina

Research Centre of Children’s Health, Moscow, Russia 119991

G.V. Kurilenkov

Otdelenie rentgenovskoĭ komp'iuternoĭ tomografii Nauchnogo tsentra zdorov'ia deteĭ RAMN, Moskva

Enlarged vestibular aqueduct syndrome: etiology, clinical features, diagnostics, and rehabilitation of the patients

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E.I. Zelikovich, L.V. Tropchina, G.V. Kurilenkov

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Journal: Russian Bulletin of Otorhinolaryngology. 2015;80(6): 46‑50

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To cite this article:

Zelikovich EI, Tropchina LV, Kurilenkov GV. Enlarged vestibular aqueduct syndrome: etiology, clinical features, diagnostics, and rehabilitation of the patients. Russian Bulletin of Otorhinolaryngology. 2015;80(6):46‑50. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/otorino201580646-50

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