dysacousia

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dys·a·cou·si·a

, dysacusia, dysacusis
n. disacusis, disacusia, trastorno o dificultad para oír.
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These avertable Music-Induced Hearing Disorders include ringing in the ears (tinnitus), increased sensitivity to sound (hyperacusis), pitch perception difficulties (diplacusis), difficulty processing details of sound (dysacusis) and distortion of sound.
Sampaio-Barros, "Sensorineural dysacusis in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus," Lupus, vol.
The initial symptoms were pure paresthesia of lower limbs in two patients, pure weakness of lower limbs in two, paresthesia and weakness of all limbs in one, bilateral dysacusis in one, dizziness resulting from orthostatic hypotension in one, alternating diarrhea and constipation in one, and dysarthria owing to glossohypertrophia in one.