prelingual


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prelingual

(prē-lĭng′gwĭl) [″ + ″]
Occurring before the development and use of speech and language.
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Studies have so far reported that GJB2 mutations generally cause severe (81-100 db) and profound (more than 100 db) prelingual sensoryneural hearing loss (23).
Cytomegalovirus DNA detection in dried blood spots and perilymphatic fluids from pediatric and adult cochlear implant recipients with prelingual deafness.
A total of 208 Spanish children took part in the study, of whom 104 had prelingual, bilateral, sensorineural, and profound hearing loss and used CI as a hearing aid.
Por otro lado, en el 50 % de los casos la hipoacusia prelingual (congenita) presenta una condicion genetica de base, en el 25 % tiene un origen no genetico y en el 25 % es de origen idiopatico (3,4).
The protagonist controls the lives of some villagers by the repeated telling of his story and by invoking his legendary status, which are enhanced by the supernatural account of his first appearance: ominous winds make prelingual sounds that evolve phonetically into the word "Bandarshah.
A prelingual child who is deaf and who uses a cochlear implant must learn to adjust and respond to auditory information that is now accessible through the implant so that a balanced relationship between the auditory and visual system can develop.
Asi, el sordo postlingual sera aquel que adquiera la sordera una vez ya haya adquirido el lenguaje hablado, por lo que sera, seguramente construido socialmente como oyente; y sordo prelingual sera aquel que geneticamente este programado para ser sordo, o adquiera la sordera durante la gestacion, el parto o por enfermedad antes de aprender un minimo de lenguaje hablado, por lo que, sera construido socialmente como sordo, aunque quizas no de inmediato segun pertenezca a una familia de sordos o de oyentes.
Q829X, a novel mutation in the gene encoding otoferlin (oToF), is frequently found in Spanish patients with prelingual non-syndromic hearing loss.
2005;25:235-51) "provided little evidence that prelingual signing is either "beneficial, harmful or harmless' to babies with typical hearing.