Researchers recommend better hearing protection for MRI patients

11:52 EDT 17 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Despite being outfitted with substantial hearing protection, 26 young and healthy volunteers with no history of auditory problems or ototoxic drug use suffered a temporary yet troublesome shift in hearing threshold after undergoing brain MRI in a study conducted in China and published online Aug. 16 in Radiology.

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