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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Comparison Between The It-mais And Muss Questionnaires With Video-recording For Evaluation Of Children Who May Receive A Cochlear Implantation [comparação Entre Os Questionários It-mais E Muss Com Vídeo-gravação Para Avaliação De Crianças Candidatas Ao Implante Coclear]
Author: Pinto E.S.M.
Lacerda C.B.D.F.
Porto P.R.C.
Abstract: There is a great difficulty in determining earlier on which children would benefit or not from cochlear implants, especially because of their young age, the responses they give are very subtle. Aim: To compare results obtained through video-recording of the interactions of children who may receive a cochlear implant with the results obtained through evaluation protocols. Method: Seven children, with an average age of 39.7 months, with profound hearing loss were selected for the study. IT-MAIS and MUSS questionnaires were given to their parents/guardians of these children and the results were compared with the observation of the video-recordings. Results: It was possible to observe that the data is compatible with the auditory stages. However, the MUSS questionnaire data gathered during playful activities is very different . The questionnaire only takes into consideration the use of verbal language and therefore the majority of the evaluated children inevitably score low. Conclusion: Observing children play allows us to trace a better profile of linguistic behavior and aspects relative to language, that may presented differences in the questionnaire. © Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia. All Rights reserved.
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Date Issue: 2008
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