Bimodal Benefits on Objective and Subjective Outcomes for Adult Cochlear Implant Users
Ji-Hye Heo, Jae Hee Lee, Won-Sang Lee
Korean J Audiol. 2013;17(2):65-73.   Published online 2013 Sep 24     DOI:
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