sensorineural hearing loss


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Related to sensorineural hearing loss: conductive hearing loss, Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss, mixed hearing loss
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Noun1.sensorineural hearing loss - hearing loss due to failure of the auditory nerve
hearing disorder, hearing impairment - impairment of the sense of hearing
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Recognized causes of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) after a tympanoplasty with or without a mastoidectomy are acoustic trauma from manipulation of the ossicles, the noise generated by suctioning and, in the case of mastoidectomy, the noise generated by temporal bone drilling.
Seventy-two patients with idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss were treated with systemic glucocorticoids for 15 days and were randomly assigned to receive or not to receive (control group) intravenous vitamin C for 10 days (200 mg/kg of body weight per day) followed by oral vitamin C (2000 mg per day for 30 days).
giant Pfizer is arguably the most advanced of the big players, with a drug in initial Phase I clinical testing trial for age-related sensorineural hearing loss that looks to enhance the function of existing hair cells.
Duration of DM and sensorineural hearing loss at 2000Hz, 4000Hz showed statistically significant correlation (Pearson coefficient r= 0.
Dysmorphic features, low APGAR scores at one minute, sepsis, meningitis, cerebral bleeding and cerebral infarction are associated with sensorineural hearing loss in infants admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit, a Dutch study has found.
Sensorineural hearing loss is usually caused by genetic factors or damage to the inner ear resulting from noise, viral infections, or aging.
He is currently involved in research in the area of sudden sensorineural hearing loss, computer-assisted diagnosis in otology and telemedicine for ENT and cancer patients.
Casey, Sean, and Pat are my three youngest children, and all share the same condition--congenital X-linked bilateral sensorineural hearing loss.
We report an interesting case of a patient who presented with gradual onset of deafness and external auditory canal swellings, mistaken initially for multiple simple exostoses of both ear canals, in combination with mild background sensorineural hearing loss.
My condition is called sensorineural hearing loss, which Dr.
We investigated the effects of perceptual training on speech processing in new and experienced hearing aid (HA) users with sensorineural hearing loss.
The study included 50 patients with tinnitus linked to sensorineural hearing loss.