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Case Report

A Case Study Assessing the Auditory and Speech Development of Four Children Implanted with Cochlear Implants by the Chronological Age of 12 Months

Table 1

Outcomes of age-appropriate speech development tests SETK-2, SETK-3–5, and SETK-4-5, presenting -values of four bilaterally cochlear implanted children, implanted at under two years of age.

Case 1Case 2Case 3Case 4
-value (%) -value (%) -value (%) -value (%)

SETK-2

Comprehension I and II:
 Word comprehension 45 (30.8)54 (65.5)61 (88.5)54 (65.5)
 Sentence comprehension 41 (18.4)41 (18.4)54 (65.5)
Speech production I and II:
 Word production 47 (38.2)76 (99.5)56 (72.6)
 Sentence production 34 (5.5)

SETK-3–5

Sentence comprehension 50 (50.0)55 (69.2)50 (50.0)
Encoding semantic relations 45 (30.9)65 (93.3)
Morphological syntax 42 (21.2)62 (88.5)
Phonological working memory for nonsense words 39 (13.6)57 (75.8)

SETK-4-5

Sentence comprehension 55 (69.2)62 (88.5)53 (61.8)47 (38.2)
Morphological syntax 39 (13.6)63 (90.3)41 (18.4)64 (91.9)
Phonological working memory for nonsense words 46 (34.5)43 (24.2)
Memory span (word) 38 (11.5)58 (78.8)49 (46.0)55 (69.2)

—indicates child was not tested or refused cooperation at this test interval.
% indicates percentile rank.

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