profoundly deaf

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profoundly deaf

adj
(Pathology) unable to hear any sound below 95 decibels in one's better ear
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Adj.1.profoundly deaf - totally deafprofoundly deaf - totally deaf; unable to hear anything
deaf - lacking or deprived of the sense of hearing wholly or in part
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- An optimized version of the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system prevents hearing loss with no detectable off-target effects in so-called Beethoven mice, which carry a mutation that causes profound hearing loss in humans and mice alike.
Hussain, on the other hand, has a bilateral profound hearing loss and he has the same type of condition as Rubina.
The societal costs of severe to profound hearing loss in the United States.
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While the HEALOS trial did not meet the primary efficacy endpoint in the overall study population, post-hoc analyses revealed a statistically significant hearing improvement with AM-111 from baseline to Day 28 in the subpopulation of patients with profound hearing loss. The AM-111 0.4 mg/mL treatment group showed a mean improvement of 42.7 dB vs.
Khanwilkar and Justice Ajay Rastogi directed the release of Bajrangi on bail on medical condition, including 100% loss of vision and profound hearing loss.
These children live between the two extremes, deaf and hearing, and resultantly, hard of hearing children tend to be forgotten and overlooked in the school system in comparison to their peers with severe or profound hearing losses. The hard of hearing population is far from small, and children with mild or moderate hearing losses far surpass the number of those with severe or profound hearing loss.
It allows consumers to take the six-minute assessment in the privacy and comfort of their own homes and learn what their Hearing Number is on a scale from 1 to 5--from profound hearing loss to good hearing--in each ear.
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