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large vestibular aqueduct syndrome


Definition: A form of inner ear dysplasia associated with a delayed onset of sensory neural hearing loss, which may be fluctuating and progressive. An enlarged vestibular aqueduct can be demonstrated on high-resolution CT scan.

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