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Hearing loss after general anesthesia for cecectomy and small bowel resection.
AANA J 1992; 60(6):553-5AJ

Abstract

Acute hearing deficit following nonotologic surgery and general anesthesia is a rare phenomenon. Hearing loss following anesthesia has more commonly been associated with spinal anesthesia or following cardiopulmonary bypass surgical procedures. This case study describes a patient who developed a left-sided hearing loss after cecectomy and small bowel resection. The postoperative management was directed toward reversing idiopathic hearing loss secondary to a microvascular hypoperfusion etiology. Possible causative factors and the management of sensorineural hearing loss following anesthesia are discussed.

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Language

eng

PubMed ID

1292320

Citation

Velazquez, F A.. "Hearing Loss After General Anesthesia for Cecectomy and Small Bowel Resection." AANA Journal, vol. 60, no. 6, 1992, pp. 553-5.
Velazquez FA. Hearing loss after general anesthesia for cecectomy and small bowel resection. AANA J. 1992;60(6):553-5.
Velazquez, F. A. (1992). Hearing loss after general anesthesia for cecectomy and small bowel resection. AANA Journal, 60(6), pp. 553-5.
Velazquez FA. Hearing Loss After General Anesthesia for Cecectomy and Small Bowel Resection. AANA J. 1992;60(6):553-5. PubMed PMID: 1292320.
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