Review the EVA-Focused Research Library

The team at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, believes easy-to-understand educational information is critical for patients and their families to better understand enlarged vestibular aqueduct (EVA) syndrome.

Research, Explained

In addition to sharing resources that offer cutting-edge research, our team has put together some brief summaries of recent scientific publications. Scientific progress is disseminated via these types of publications, so you can keep up with our current understanding of EVA. We included a glossary, too, to help explain what some of the more scientific terms mean. If you'd like a primer on EVA, check out this page.

Usually, researchers will look into an article based on its title. From there, they might read the abstract (which is a short summary). If the abstract is interesting enough, then a researcher might read an entire paper--though, usually, will focus on the results, conclusions, and discussion sections.

If these summaries don't satiate your curiosity, you can learn more about professionals’ progress at the following websites: American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology and American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery.