両側進行性高度難聴を示した骨 Paget 病の一例 [in Japanese] A case of Paget's disease with bilateral progressive hearing loss [in Japanese]
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We encountered a patient treated for bilateral sudden deafness, whose hearing level became progressively worse. She showed high alkaline phosphatase activity, high urinary hydroxyproline excretion, and typical temporal bone X-ray findings. Her hearing loss (HL) was a high frequency sensorineural HL and a low frequency air-bone gap. Paget's disease of the bone or fibrous dysplasia was suspected, and a temporal bone biopsy was performed and Paget's disease was diagnosed. Oral alendronate effectively improved her condition.
- Ear Research Japan
Ear Research Japan 17(3), 214-219, 2007-07-25
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