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Indian Journal of Anatomy and Surgery of Head, Neck and Brain
High blood glucose levels are found to damage the vessels found in stria vascularis and adjacent nerves, this results into diminished ability to hear. To support this result, insufficient evidence of a significant relationship between diabetes and hearing impairment is there. Therefore, we aimed to assess hearing impairment in diabetic mellitus individuals as one of the potential complications. Material & Methods: The study involved 150 type 2 Diabetes Mellitus patients. Diabetes Mellitus typefatcat:ovsdl7u7czeole54pp4g4k37le