• Two cases suggest that long-standing recurrent otitis media contributes to delayed brain-stem evoked response wave III and V latencies persisting after resolution of the otitis media. The persistence of the delayed waves may not reflect structural damage, but rather may still reflect a slowly recovering system.
(Arch Otolaryngol 1985;111:315-316)
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