A total of 38 patients with Ullrich-Turner syndrome underwent standard otological and audiometric evaluation as well as high frequency audiological tests. Some 26 (68.4%) patients had a history of middle ear infections, and ten (26.3%) had required otolaryngological surgery. Conventional audiometry (125-8000 Hz) demonstrated normal hearing in only 25 of the ears (33%); between 500-4000 Hz, 16 ears (21.0%) had a mixed type and eight ears (10.5%) had conductive hearing loss. High frequency audiometry (8-18 kHz) revealed sensorineural hearing loss in 98.7% of the ears. Our results for conventional audiometry are in accordance with the literature.