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*  Unilateral hearing loss
CIC transcranial CROS comprises a bone conduction hearing aid completely in the ear canal (CIC). A high-power conventional air ... The frequency and the volume of the noise can increase according to one's physical condition (stress, fatigue, etc.). This can ... Profound unilateral hearing loss is a specific type of hearing loss when one ear has no functional hearing ability (91 dB or ... Unilateral hearing loss (UHL) or single-sided deafness (SSD) is a type of hearing impairment where there is normal hearing in ...
*  Ototoxicity
... in the cochlea may cause hearing loss of the high-frequency pitch ranges or complete deafness, or losses at points ... At high doses, quinine, aspirin and other salicylates may also cause high-pitch tinnitus and hearing loss in both ears, ... are associated with cochleotoxicity characterized by high-frequency hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). ... has been shown to increase the severity of the hearing loss from noise. Given the potential for enhanced risk of hearing loss, ...
*  Presbycusis
The hearing loss is most marked at higher frequencies. Hearing loss that accumulates with age but is caused by factors other ... Hearing aids help improve hearing of many elderly. Hearing aids can now be tuned to specific frequency ranges of hearing loss. ... Mild hearing loss is thresholds of 25-45 dB; moderate hearing loss is thresholds of 45-65 dB; severe hearing loss is thresholds ... The diagnosis of a sensorineural pattern hearing loss is made through audiometry, which shows a significant hearing loss ...
*  Weissenbacher-Zweymüller syndrome
Some infants have high-frequency hearing loss. Infants may also exhibit a psychomotor delay. After the period of growth ... Individuals with hearing loss are able to get treated with hearing aids. Weissenbacher-Zweymüller syndrome affects males and ... COL11A2 is also associated with autosomal dominant non-syndromic hearing loss (ADNSHL). All mutations of COL11A2 in ADNSHL are ... Many adults still will have hearing loss and typical abnormal facial features of Weissenbacher-Zweymüller syndrome. Dominant ...
*  Norrie disease
Early hearing loss is sensorineural, mild and asymmetric. By adolescence, high-frequency hearing loss begins to appear. Hearing ... Most patients are born with normal hearing; however, the onset of hearing loss is very common in early adolescence. About 15% ... The slowly progressing hearing loss is more problematic to adjust to than the congenital blindness for most people with Norrie ... Progressive hearing loss starts in early childhood for a majority of males with the condition. ...
*  Emotional prosody
Another possible explanation is that hearing loss could have led to a mishearing of vocal expressions. High frequency hearing ... Studies have found that some emotions, such as fear, joy and anger, are portrayed at a higher frequency than emotions such as ... higher intensity, more energy (500 Hz) across the vocalization, higher first formant (first sound produced) and faster attack ... Sadness: In comparison to neutral speech, sad emotions are produced with a higher pitch, less intensity but more vocal energy ( ...
*  Prepulse inhibition
... several strains of mice develop high frequency hearing loss when they mature. The magnitude of PPI is often significant, ... There is noted sex difference in prepulse inhibition, with men having higher PPI, while women having higher PPF. Monaural PPI ... In one study, normal college students were instructed to attend to one of the kind of prepulses, high- or low-pitched, and ... Non-smoking patients have lower PPI compared to smokers, and heavy smokers have the highest PPI. This finding runs in accord ...
*  Tinnitus masker
Unfortunately, most tinnitus is associated with hearing loss, and most hearing loss and tinnitus is high frequency. Most ... The ear has a resonance frequency (highest frequency response) at 3,000hz and rolls off at a very steep 26db/octave on the high ... Higher frequency output results in increasing distortion, and may cause rejection of the device. The minimum masking level (MML ... Neural Plasticity and Cortical Remapping - tinnitus is associated with cortical reorganizaton after hearing loss. Transcranial ...
*  Oral cancer
... memory loss, weakness, dizziness, high frequency hearing loss and sinus damage. Survival rates for oral cancer depend on the ... The reason for this high prevalence of oral cancer in India is primarily tobacco consumed in the form of gutka, quid, snuff or ... The death rate for oral cancer is higher than that of cervical cancer, Hodgkin's lymphoma, laryngeal cancer, cancer of the ... Patients after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) are at a higher risk for oral squamous cell carcinoma. Post-HSCT ...
*  Cinchonism
... impaired hearing, confusion, reversible high-frequency hearing loss, headache, abdominal pain, rashes, drug-induced lichenoid ...
*  Victor Negus
... who in 1950 was diagnosed by Negus with high-frequency sensorineural hearing loss. Negus retired from clinical and teaching ... This was prompted by wartime damage in 1941 to the Royal College of Surgeons' Hunterian Museum, which included the loss of ... he undertook basic research on the structure of the larynx that would lead to a higher degree in 1924 and the publication of ...
*  Waardenburg syndrome
... also known as telecanthus Moderate to profound hearing loss (higher frequency associated with Type II); A low hairline and ... so the mutation of these genes can lead to abnormal pigmentation and hearing loss. PAX3 and MITF gene mutation occurs in type I ... As healthy ferrets have poor hearing, deafness may only be detected by lack of reaction to loud noises. As this is an inherited ...
*  Occlusion effect
... "near-normal low-frequency hearing and mild to moderate hearing loss of up to 70 dB at mid and high frequencies," hearing aids ... Otherwise, this effect is often experienced by hearing aid users who only have a mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss, ... 2004 in Hearing Loss. Accessed 25 Nov 2007. "Open Versus Closed Hearing-Aid Fittings: A Literature Review of Both Fittin...: ... Active occlusion algorithms are needed to help people with severe hearing loss adequately. If a person suffers from " ...
*  Otodental syndrome
... that in rare cases can be associated with eye coloboma and high frequency hearing loss. Globodontia is an abnormal condition ... Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) - also known as nerve related hearing loss, is a form of hearing loss associated with ... Hearing aids - in some cases affected individuals will suffer from hearing imparities and it may be necessary for hearing aid ... Individuals with sensorineural hearing loss are believed to have a local lesion in the auditory segment of the inner ear, known ...
*  Audiogram
For research purposes, or early diagnosis of age-related hearing loss, ultra-high frequency audiograms (up to 20 kHz), ... Noise induced deafness or sensorineural loss results in loss at high frequencies, especially around 4 kHz and above, depending ... ultra-high frequency audiograms can be measured. In such cases the test frequencies can go as high as 20 kHz and require ... Levels of hearing loss Online Audiogram Hearing Test Pure tone audiometry in glue-ear Audiogram of Meniere's disease Audiogram ...
*  Audio frequency
High frequencies are the first to be affected by hearing loss due to age and/or prolonged exposure to very loud noises. ... An audio frequency (abbreviation: AF) or audible frequency is characterized as a periodic vibration whose frequency is audible ... Absolute threshold of hearing Loudspeaker Musical acoustics Piano key frequencies Scientific pitch notation Whistle register ... The generally accepted standard range of audible frequencies is 20 to 20,000 Hz, although the range of frequencies individuals ...
*  Spatial hearing loss
Some of those with spatial hearing loss are unable to process pinna related (high frequency) cues. By the time sound stream ... and can sometimes be independent of other types of age related hearing loss. As with presbycusis, spatial hearing loss varies ... Some of those with spatial hearing loss are unable to process ITD (low frequency) cues. Sound streams arriving from below the ... Children with spatial hearing loss commonly present with difficulties understanding speech in the classroom. Spatial hearing ...
*  Otoacoustic emission
... have provided the most information for detecting mild hearing loss in high frequencies when compared to transient evoked ... Otoacoustic emissions also assist in differential diagnosis of cochlear and higher level hearing losses (e.g., auditory ... Eiserman, W., & Shisler, L. (2010). Identifying Hearing Loss in Young Children: Technology Replaces the Bell. Zero to Three ... This is an indication that DPOAE's can help with detecting an early onset of noise-induced hearing loss. A study measuring ...
*  Noise-induced hearing loss
... the high frequencies are more absorbed by the object, as high frequencies impose a higher pace of compression-decompression to ... Hearing Loss Association of America. "Hearing Loss and relationships". Hearing Loss Association of America. Alvarsson, JJ; ... hearing loss Auditory fatigue Tinnitus Health effects from noise Hearing aid Hearing loss Occupational hearing loss Ototoxicity ... can cause hearing loss. The first symptom of noise-induced hearing loss is usually difficulty hearing a conversation against a ...
*  Marshall syndrome
The hearing loss associated with Stickler syndrome can be progressive and usually involves the high frequencies. Sensorineural ... Children with either syndrome should have their hearing tested, and adults should be aware that the hearing loss may not ... Marshall syndrome is a genetic disorder of the connective tissue which can cause hearing loss. The three most common areas to ... hearing loss has been reported in as many as 100% and as low as 20% of affected individuals. A conductive loss due to otitis ...
*  Hearing loss
... greatest hearing loss in the mid-frequency range, with lower (better) thresholds in low- and high-frequency regions. People ... There are three main types of hearing loss, conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss, and mixed hearing loss. Half ... The hearing loss of the individual is the average of the hearing loss values over the different frequencies. Hearing loss can ... Mixed hearing loss Mixed hearing loss is a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. Chronic ear infection (a ...
*  Otosclerosis
... the hearing loss is characteristically low-frequency, with higher frequencies being affected later. Sensorineural hearing loss ... hearing loss. Hearing aids can be tuned to specific frequency losses. However, due to the progressive nature of this condition ... Usually noticeable hearing loss begins at middle-age, but can start much sooner. The hearing loss was long believed to grow ... The primary form of hearing loss in otosclerosis is conductive hearing loss (CHL) whereby sounds reach the ear drum but are ...
*  Tinnitus retraining therapy
... a tuned hearing aid that amplifies sound in the frequency range of the hearing loss (usually the high frequencies) may ... tinnitus with no hearing loss, tinnitus with hearing loss and hyperacusis, and tinnitus with hearing loss and hyperacusis for ... lower hearing thresholds (i.e. better hearing), high Tinnitus Handicap Inventory (THI) score, and positive attitude toward ... These categories are numbered 0 to 4, and based on whether or not the patient has tinnitus with hearing loss, ...
*  Listener fatigue
... exposure of higher-frequency sounds to lower temporary threshold shifts and greater levels of tiredness and hearing loss. A ... any major damage or loss of these hair cells leads to permanent hearing impairment and other hearing-related diseases. Outer ... This can lead to fatigue and temporary hearing loss if the outer hair cells do not get the opportunity to recover through ... Scientific basis of noise-induced hearing loss. New York Stuttgart New York: Thieme Medical Publishers G. Thieme Verlag. pp. 95 ...
*  Sensorineural hearing loss
Whereas, there may be a more obvious steeply sloping loss at high frequencies for a high frequency dead region. Although it is ... PTA can be used to differentiate between conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss and mixed hearing loss. A hearing ... or age-related hearing loss, the most common kind of hearing loss in industrial society. Noise-related causes of hearing loss ... such as high frequency, low frequency, U-shaped, notched, peaked, or flat. Sensory hearing loss often occurs as a consequence ...
*  Earmuffs
Workers with a high frequency hearing loss may benefit more from HPD that attenuates sounds equally across the pitch range. ... to high- frequency sounds pose greater risk to hearing than low frequency sounds. This frequency dependence is reflected in the ... This is helpful because traditional HPD will attenuate the higher frequencies (where these individuals have a hearing loss) ... Dual hearing protection with electronic/communication elements may aid a person with hearing loss in hearing warning signals ...
*  Direct Stream Digital
... that the upper limit of human adult hearing is 20 kHz and that high frequencies are the first to be affected by hearing loss, ... Surround Sound: The High-End: SACD and DVD-Audio. "Bottom line, SACD recordings can achieve a high-frequency response of 50kHz ... The main difference is that "DSD-wide" still retains 2.8224 MHz (64Fs) sampling frequency while the highest frequency in which ... "Frequencies of Inaudible High-Frequency Sounds Differentially Affect Brain Activity: Positive and Negative Hypersonic Effects ...