presbyacusis


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presbyacusis

(ˌprɛzbɪəˈkuːsɪs) or

presbyacousis

n
(Pathology) an age-related, progressive loss of hearing in both ears. Also: presbycusis or presbycousis
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3) A longitudinal study of dentists who had practiced for a minimum of 10 years (1973 and 1988) found that the prevalence of hearing impairment was greater in the follow-up period, but the authors attributed this to presbyacusis (age-related hearing loss) and not noises in the dental office.
The Presbyacusis is the commonest cause of hearing impairment in our region accounting about 35.
Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM) and presbyacusis were commonest.
We studied healthy subjects aged 16 to 49 to reduce the likelihood of coexistent presbyacusis or other degenerative processes causing similar otologic symptoms.
Correlation of cochlear blood supply with mitochondrial DNA common deletion in presbyacusis.
Many elderly patients have presbyacusis, or loss of high-frequency hearing.
Hearing loss that occurs with the aging process is called presbyacusis, which begins at or around the age of 40 for most individuals.