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Chi ldren with LVAS can develop a severe sensorineural hearing loss early in childhood, but they can be rehabilitated with hearing aids to continue their regular studies and to have a normal life. The problem is that they can deteriorate their hearing capacity, and at this point a cochlear implant can be used to preserve their hearing skills and vocalization. Aim: to evaluate the hearing skills of 3 children with LVAS referred to cochlear implants. Material: retrospective study based on medicaldoi:10.1016/s1808-8694(15)31098-3 fatcat:mxc3icjyjjhlzdx6lnzmt3m4hy