Fracture of the petrous bone as a rare – not recognized – cause of a unilateral infantile hearing loss

Antje Gierz, Jörg Langer & Klaus Begall
The chronic otitis media is the most frequent cause of unilateral or bilateral hearing loss. Another cause of a rare and especially unilateral hearing loss could be a fracture of the petrous bone. We report of a ten years old girl who presented a unilateral hearing loss for seven months on the right[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]