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Can artificial intelligence improve diagnoses of ear infections in children?

Relevant for primary care physicians and pediatricians who frequently diagnose acute otitis media (AOM) in young children. The study demonstrates that an AI decision-support tool can significantly enhance the accuracy of AOM diagnoses, leading to more reliable and timely treatments. For parents and caregivers, this means potentially fewer misdiagnoses and better management of ear infections in their children.

What is the association between childhood hearing disorders and adult tinnitus?

This information is vital for understanding the long-term implications of childhood hearing disorders on adult hearing health. It can guide healthcare providers in monitoring and managing children with hearing issues to mitigate the risk of tinnitus in adulthood. By identifying specific childhood conditions that increase the risk of adult tinnitus, clinicians can develop targeted interventions to prevent or reduce the severity of tinnitus later in life.

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