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Hearing Loss

... of hearing loss in both children and adults. What is Hearing Loss? Types of Hearing Loss Causes of Hearing Loss Prevalence and Incidence of Hearing Loss in Children

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss

This is the most common type of permanent hearing loss. ... Illnesses Drugs that are toxic to hearing Hearing loss that runs in the family (genetic or hereditary)

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Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss: Causes

Hearing loss from genetic causes can be present at birth or develop later in life. ... CHARGE syndrome. Acquired Hearing Loss Acquired hearing loss occurs after birth.

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Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss: Overview

Congenital hearing loss refers to hearing loss that is present at birth and is often ... In addition, some mild hearing losses as well as auditory neuropathy may not be ...

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Conductive Hearing Loss

Conductive Hearing Loss Types of Hearing Loss: Conductive Hearing Loss | Sensorineural Hearing Loss | Mixed Hearing Loss ... Poor eustachian tube function

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Mixed Hearing Loss

Mixed Hearing Loss Types of Hearing Loss: Conductive Hearing Loss | Sensorineural Hearing Loss | Mixed Hearing Loss

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Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss: Assessment

... of the ABR is increased with conductive hearing loss as compared to sensorineural hearing loss. ... when there is caregiver concern or a family history of hearing loss.

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Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss: Resources

CDC-Hearing Loss in Children (pages for professionals and consumers) ... Education-Opening doors: Technology and communication options for children with hearing loss

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Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss: Roles and Responsibilities

... professionals on the needs of children with permanent childhood hearing loss and the role of audiologists in diagnosing and managing permanent childhood hearing loss;

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Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss: Treatment

... include children with permanent bilateral hearing loss, chronic hearing loss due to otitis media, unilateral hearing loss, auditory neuropathy (trial amplification ...

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