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A NEW TEP-H2O SCANNER IN THE TOULOUSE CHU

The CHU has just acquired an automaton of synthesis. Placed near the cyclotron in Purpan-North, it facilitates the exploration of the hearing of a patient by eliminating the noise and by evacuating problems posed by prostheses containing some metal. For Pr Olivier Deguine, leader of the service ORL at the hospital Pierre Paul Riquet on the site of Purpan, the interest of this technique is to look at zones stimulated in the brain when we send a sound to an ear or to both, by natural way or by cochlear implant. "We can so determine, he says, if in case of unilateral deafness the brain works as to the hearing good and when it is rehabilitated if everything works normally." The newspaper of the CHU : "Trait d’union" dedicates it its autumn number.

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Mise à jour 20/11/2017