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Hearing loss manifests in many different ways. Hearing loss comes in all degrees from mild to profound and requires different treatment depending on the severity.
Hearing loss occurs to most people as they age. Hearing loss can be due to aging, exposure to loud noise, medications, infections, head or ear trauma, congenital or hereditary factors, disease processes and other causes.
Sensorineural hearing loss affects the cochlea or the hearing nerve. It has many causes, but typically hearing aids are the only treatment option.
The most common type of hearing loss is sensorineural, and determining the hearing loss type is critical to finding the right treatment.
Conductive hearing loss can occur when there is a problem in the outer ear or middle ear. Sometimes, conductive hearing loss can be treated with medication or surgery.
Auditory Processing (also called Central Auditory Processing) refers to the means by which we make sense of what we hear. "Auditory Processing Disorders" refers to a...
My 8 year-year-old daughter has had a struggle understanding her teachers at school. But when the school nurse tested her hearing she said she only had a mild loss, nothing to worry about. What should we do from here?
My son was just recently tested for APD. He will be 7 in May so his age for the test was 6.5. My question does a child with APD also have Dyslexia? He has had a history of cronic ear infection since he was 3 months old. He has had 4 sets of tubes in the r
My 9 yr old has a 12-decibel loss in one ear and a 6 dB loss in the other. Military medical will not treat this but it is causing him trouble at school. They will not treat him until he is at a 15 loss. Is this reasonable? I have difficulty accepting that
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