Sensorineural hearing loss specially bilateral is common in cerebral palsy. Likely risk factors are premature birth, neonatal asphyxia, prolonged mechanical ventilation, and treatment with ototoxic drugs. Diagnosis and intervention at the earliest are of paramount importance for language development and development of social skills.Ref. A sensorineural hearing loss in cerebral palsy. By Morales Angulo and others.
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