Journal of Clinical Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
The Busan, Ulsan, Gyeoungnam Branch of Korean Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

전음성 난청이 동반된 하악안면이골증 1례

신양호1,*, 이호진1, 김등래2, 고신우2
Yang Ho Shin1,*, Ho Jin Lee1, Deung Rae Kim2, Sin Woo Ko2
1광명성애병원 이비인후과
2광명성애병원 이비인후과
1Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Kwang Myung Sung Ae Hospital, Gwangmyung, Korea
2Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Sung Ae Hospital, Seoul, Korea
*교신저자: 신양호, 423-711 경기도 광명시 철산3동 389 광명성애병원 이비인후과 전화: (02) 2680-7255·전송: (02) 2683-2431 E-mail:

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Received: Aug 25, 2003; Accepted: Nov 05, 2003

Published Online: May 31, 2020


Treacher-Collins Syndrome, also called mandibulofacial dysostosis, affects the shape of the head and face. Small and slanting lower jaw, down slanting eyes, notched lower eyelids, lack or absence of the lower eyerash, hypoplasia or absence of the zygomatic processes and flattening of the frontonasal angle are characteristics of Treacher-Collins Syndrome. Most children with Treacher-Collins have normal development and intelligence. They have 40% hearing loss in each ear due to abnormalities of the outer and middle ear, which conduct sound to the nerve endings. This paper reviewed a case of bilateral conductive hearing loss on Treacher-Collins Syndrome. (J Clinical Otolaryngol 2003;14:302-305)

Keywords: 하악안면이골증; 전음성 난청
Keywords: Mandibulofacial dysostosis; Conductive; Hearing loss