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Describes the nature of a clinical study. Types include:
Aims, purpose, or objectives:
1) Develop hypotheses related to how the human genome and genetic variants affect hearing loss in children and adults.
2) Understand phenotypes of hearing loss on a deeper level by combining and analyzing information from audiometric, genetic, and radiologic data.
3) Explore genetic variants with an unknown significance to develop an understanding of their potential significance and explore other genes may influence an individual's hearing ability.
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