Physiological, Behavioral and Predictive Correlates of Ototoxicity in Humans
Dawn L. Konrad-Martin
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February 2020 -
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Ototoxicity is a well-established toxicity of the platinum-based chemotherapies that are in frequent use for the treatment of solid tumors of the head and neck, lung, ovary, testicle, and bladder in adults. Early indicators of ototoxicity, which could prompt intervention to potentially prevent the health-related and psychosocial impacts for these patients, are not apparent in the absence of direct auditory measurement. National audiology guidelines, have stipulated that prospective monitoring fo...