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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Cochlear Implants in Adults and Children – Ep. 732

  • Aired: 06/23/2012
  • 27:55
  • Rating: TV-G
Ruth Litovsky, a professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at UW-Madison, discusses the recent advances in cochlear implants and their future possibilities. Litovsky explains that the desired goal has progressed to having hearing impaired adults and children able to hear on an equalized basis with people who have normal acoustic hearing.
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Cochlear Implants in Adults and Children – Ep. 732
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Join Ruth Litovsky for a look at the auditory advances provided by cochlear implants.
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