postlingual

postlingual

adjective Referring to a condition that develops after the onset of speech

postlingual

(pŏst″lĭng′gwĭl) [″+ ″]
Occurring after the development and use of speech and language.
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(14) have compared the EABR and EAP (Electrically Evoked Whole-Nerve Action Potential) measurements in 10 postlingual adults with Nucleus CI 24R and Nucleus CI 24M implants, and reported to have found significant difference between the EAP and the EABR thresholds in the Nucleus CI 24M users, but no significant difference in Nucleus CI 24R users.
The most common etiology of hearing impairment was an idiopathic progressive postlingual hearing loss (Table 1).
Short-term post-CI hearing outcomes in postlingual CS patients have been described in few clinical reports.
Static and dynamic posture control in postlingual cochlear implanted patients: effects of dual-tasking, visual and auditory inputs suppression.
Exceptions were observed in the TMPRSS3 gene, which was reported to be associated with two different phenotypes: DFNB10-associated hearing impairment has been reported to be prelingual (OMIM 605511), whereas DFNB8-associated hearing impairment is typically late onset and postlingual (OMIM 601072).
Several studies have confirmed that EYA genes express in certain regions of the embryo to produce the visual system, and EYA proteins play an essential role in the vertebrate eye.[sup][12] It is validated that the mutations of EYA genes developed no eyes and were responsible for progressive postlingual hearing loss at the deafness.[sup][7],[13],[14] Previous studies showed that the EYA4 protein acted through its protein phosphatase activity and mutations in EYA4 gene were associated with progressive hearing loss.[sup][13],[15]{Figure 1}
In present study, 62 (91.1%) children were diagnosed as prelingual and 6 (8.8%) children were diagnosed as postlingual hearing impaired.
Inclusion criteria for cochlear implantees included English speaking, age over 18 years, and postlingual deafness.
Acquisition reversal; the effects of postlingual deafness in Yoruba.
Wagenblast et al., "Electric acoustic stimulation in patients with postlingual severe high-frequency hearing loss: clinical experience," Advances in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, vol.