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AN

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for NETHERLANDS ANTILLES.

AN

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Netherlands Antilles prior to its separation into Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, Curacao, and Sint Maarten in 2011. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in Netherlands Antilles.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Netherlands Antilles. This was used as an international standard for shipping to Netherlands Antilles.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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Auditory neuropathy in individuals with Type 1 diabetes.
Non-syndromic recessive auditory neuropathy is the result of mutations in the otoferlin (oToF) gene.
Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials as a tool to assess vestibule colic pathway dysfunction in individuals with auditory neuropathy.
Washington, July 13 (ANI): U-M Medical School scientists have identified a gene mutation that causes a rare form of hearing loss known as auditory neuropathy.
Specific topics include the genetics of hearing loss, medical evaluation, newborn screening, hearing test protocols, behavioral observation audiometry for infants from birth to six moths and conditioned play audiometry for children older than two and a half, evaluation of children with special needs, middle-ear measurement, hearing aids, cochlear implants for infants and children, team approaches for management of hearing loss, education and access laws, educational placement options, multicultural children, parent counseling, teen counseling, and managing special considerations such as mild or unilateral hearing loss and cases of auditory neuropathy.
Among their topics are auditory development in children with normal hearing, auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder, newborn hearing screening program implementation, current approaches to fitting amplification to infants and young children, and support for adolescents with hearing loss.