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Table 1 A table for the seven siblings with their ages, gender, physical examination, investigations, and rehabilitation details

From: A rare case of seven siblings with Waardenburg syndrome: a case report

Child the 7 siblings Gender Age Symptoms and physical examination Investigations Rehabilitation
1 Male 20-year-old   Congenital sensory neural hearing loss
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Prominent broad nasal root
Ear examination (normal findings)
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Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs)
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ABR at early age
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Dermatology consultation
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Laboratory tests (blood and urine analysis)
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Chest X-ray
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Opthalmology consultation (an examination by a slit lamp, color vision, ocular motility, and fundoscopy)
Ability to read lips
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Speech therapist is consulted again
2 Male 17-year-old
3 Male 15-year-old Full heterochromia
4 Female 14-year-old
5 Female 13-year-old Pale blue eyes
6 Male 11-year-old Segmental pigmentation
7 (Our patient) Male 8-year-old Congenital sensory neural hearing loss
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Prominent broad nasal root
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Segmental pigmentation in the iris
Ear examination (normal findings)
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Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs)
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Pure-tone audiogram (PTA)
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Dermatology consultation
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Laboratory tests (blood and urine analysis)
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Chest X-ray
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Opthalmology consultation (an examination by a slit lamp, color vision, ocular motility, and fundoscopy)
Speech therapist is consulted
and
communication skills sessions