





Year: 2012 Vol. 16 Num. Suppl. 1 
May
DOI: 10.7162/S18099777201200S1C001

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CORRELATION OF TINNITUS AND AUDIOLOGIC FINDINGS IN CARRYING INDIVIDUALS OF CHRONIC ILLNESS RENAL 
CORRELAÇÃO DO ZUMBIDO E ACHADOS AUDIOLÓGICOS EM INDIVÍDUOS PORTADORES DE DOENÇA RENAL CRÔNICA 
How to cite this article 
Suman P, Silva DPC, Montovani JC. CORRELATION OF TINNITUS AND AUDIOLOGIC FINDINGS IN CARRYING INDIVIDUALS OF CHRONIC ILLNESS RENAL. Int. Arch. Otorhinolaryngol. 2012;16(Suppl. 1):6 

Author(s): 
Priscila Suman, Daniela Polo Camargo da Silva, Jair Cortez Montovani





Abstract: 
Objective:To characterize the audiologic findings in carrying patients of chronic renal illness (DRC) with and without tinnitus. Material and Method: Threshold (ATL), otoemissions transient evoked acoustics (EOET) and evoked potential auditory of brainstem had been evaluated with tonal audiometry (PEATE), 101 individuals with DRC, divided in two groups: G1: with tinnitus (n= 49) and G2: without tinnitus (n=52). Results: They had presented auditory deficiency (DA) unilateral or bilateral 33 patients, being 20 (61%) of G1. It had predominance of sensorineural type  91% (n= 30) and 8% mixing (n=03). How much to the degree, 67% of the ears had light degree (n=33), moderate 20% (n=10), serious 4% (n=02) and deep 8% (n=04). The EOET had been absent unilateral or bilateral in 53% of G1 (n=26) and in 31% of G2 (n=16) (p<0, 05). The PEATE was modified unilateral or bilateral in 37% of G1 (n= 18) and in 42% (n=22) (p>0, 05). The groups had not differed statistical how much to the age (G1= 49 years, dp±11 and G2= 44 years, dp±11) and sort (Feminine: G1: 41% (n=20) and G2: 48% (n=25)/ Masculine: G1: 59% (n=29) and G2: 52% (n=27). The distribution of the groups how much to the type of treatment for the DRC was: hemodialysis: G1: 49% (n=24) and G2: 21% (n=11)/Peritoneal Dialysis: G1: 12% (n=06) and G2: 17% (n=09)/Conservative Treatment: G1: 39% (n= 19) and G2: 62% (n=32) (p<0, 05). Conclusion: The tinnitus complaint was frequent in patients with DRC with sensorineural, independent auditory deficiency of the degree of the auditory loss, otoemissions absent and submitted acoustics to hemodialysis.







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