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A case of Feingold syndrome is presented with a previously undescribed association of bilateral profound hearing impairment. Computed tomography (CT) scanning revealed severe narrowing of the internal auditory meatuses at the peripheral end with non-existent auditory nerves. This pathology is significant in the future habilitation of the child, as cochlear implantation is not possible. Children with multiple congenital anomalies should have radiological investigations before hopes are raised with respect to cochlear implantation.