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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He also wore bilateral hearing aids for presbyacusis. His regular medications included clopidogrel, simvastatin, and antihypertensives.
Presbyacusis, also known as age-related hearing loss (ARHL), refers to the gradual onset of sensorineural hearing loss with age.
Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the second most prevalent sensorineural hearing loss, preceded only by presbyacusis. The potential risk of hearing loss in musicians has been extensively investigated since 1960s.
The Presbyacusis is the commonest cause of hearing impairment in our region accounting about 35.7%.
causes of hearing loss were ototoxicity (15.7%), chronic suppurative otitis media (14.9%), presbyacusis (13.2%), wax impaction (8.9%) and
Hearing loss was concomitant with vestibular disease or due to presbyacusis. None had strabismus or ophthalmologic disorders.
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. Acta Otolaryngol.