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April 24, 2009

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Christie

So happy that you received good news. I know this is easy for me to say, but try not to think much about his inner-ear structure. As the doctor said, the CT scan was not detailed enough, and unless you have one of the top doctors in the country look at the CT (Dr. Roberson or Dr. Kesser), I wouldn't worry until it's time to worry ;o) Like I said, easy for me to say ;o) Have a great weekend!

marsha

It's great news. The inner ear and the auditory nerve is what is the MOST essential. So it's great that those are functioning. Those little bones in the middle ear are for mechanical conduction and I heard there are many ways to fix and/or amplify for that, unlike sensorineural loss. What did they tell you about future options? I'm curious what the technology is like these days.

Nell@SheSnaps.com

Praise God for good results! I can't imagine what it was like for you to wait so the results.

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