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Hearing Loss and the Physician
How To Classify Hearing Loss With a Tuning Fork
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8000 Frequency cycles/second abnormal tone decay adenoids Air Conduction O-O-Right air conduction thresholds air-bone gap audiogram audiometer audiometry auditory nerve bilateral bone conduction bone conduction thresholds cause cerumen chronic otitis media Classification clinical cochlea Conduction O-O-Right Bone conductive Diagnosis conductive hearing loss congenital damage decibels defect discrimination score drum ear canal eardrum eustachian tube exposure fluid Frequency cycles second hair cells hearing aid hearing impairment hearing level hearing loss Diagnosis hearing tests History inner ear left ear LIFT DATE loud mastoid Meniere's disease middle ear mild myringotomy nerve deafness neural hearing normal Audiologic normal hearing O-O-Right Bone Conduction ossicular chain otitis media Otologic otologist otosclerosis otoscope patient perforation physician politzerization presbycusis present pure tone recruitment reduced bone conduction right ear RIGHT MASK 250 ringing tinnitus sensorineural deafness sensorineural hearing loss sensory hearing loss speech stapedectomy symptoms tester tinnitus tuning fork unilateral usually vertigo X—X-Left 3-Left Fig