van der Hoeve syndrome

van der Hoeve syn·drome

(vahn der hū'vĕ),
a subtype of osteogenesis imperfecta in which progressive conductive hearing loss begins in childhood because of stapedial fixation.

van der Hoeve syn·drome

(vahn der hū'vĕ),
a subtype of osteogenesis imperfecta in which progressive conductive hearing loss begins in childhood because of stapedial fixation.

van der Hoe·ve syn·drome

(vahn der hō'vĕ sin'drōm)
A subtype of osteogenesis imperfecta in which progressive conductive hearing loss begins in childhood because of stapedial fixation.

van der Hoeve syndrome

(van′dér-hoov″ĕ)
[Jan van der Hoeve, Dutch ophthalmologist, 1878–1952]
Conductive deafness caused by otosclerosis-like changes in the temporal bone. Blue sclerae and osteogenesis imperfecta are also present.

van der Hoeve,

Jan, Dutch ophthalmologist, 1878-1952.
van der Hoeve syndrome - conduction hearing loss caused by temporal bone changes.
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Patients with van der Hoeve syndrome should not be denied stapedectomy.