GENETIC AND CLINICAL ANALYSIS OF NONSYNDROMIC HEARING IMPAIRMENT IN PEDIATRIC AND ADULT CASES
Xing J, Liu X, Tian Y, Tan J, Zhao H
*Corresponding Author: Mr. Xinguo Liu, Ear, Nose and Throat Department, The Central Hospital of Zhumadian, No. 747, Zhonghua Road, Zhumadian City, Henan Province, People’s Republic of China, 463000. Tel: +86-396-292-6205. Fax: +86-396-272-6530. E-mail: xingglsci@163.com
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