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Causes Of Congenital Deafness
Hello,i have project on congenital sensory neural hearing loss can i get some help any idea how to start or a hint ?
Specialist-help: There is lot of information about congenital sensory neural nearing loss .Read about the normal ear structure and what happens or causes this defect ..There are some test to confirm diagnosis and possibilities of treatment like cochlear implant .Yoy can talk to E.N.T.specialist to help you ...Read more
Hearing loss, or hearing impairment, is a partial or total loss of the ability to hear and can affect one or both ears. Causes of hearing loss include noise, genetics, aging, infections, or trauma. Hearing loss may be temporary or permanent. Most causes of hearing loss are correctable or treatable. Sufferers should consult ...Read more
3 major causes: Deafness is a result of irreversible damage to the ear. Most common is damage from loud noises. Excessive noise will kill ear cells. Next is infection of the inner ear. Viruses, especially cmv, and forms of meningitis kill off ear cells. Tumors of the ear nerve (acoustic neuromas) cause progressive deafness. Rare genetic conditions can result in deafness. ...Read more
No: The origin of tinnitus is in the central auditory pathways of the brain. As such it does not lead to deafness. However, most people with loud tinnitus can notice some hearing loss because the brain producing noise will mask the environmental sound from being perceived. Particularly if the tinnitus is loud. ...Read more
Nerve damage: Excessive exposure to loud sound damages the nerve endings in the ear that register hearing. The sound waves set off a fluid wave that stimulates cells in the inner ear. If this sound wave is too forceful and repetitive, damage will occur. This will cause permanent hearing loss. The high frequencies are most commonly affected. Other loud noises include guns, machinery, drilling, etc. ...Read more
Not the headphones: Using the headphones at very high volume might cause noise induced hearing loss, though. Volumes produced by the headphones that produce a ringing in the ears after the noise is over can produce permanent hearing loss, as well as exposures to other sources of noise (lawnmowers, jet engines, loud concerts, etc.) noises are additive, non-occluding headphones while being exposed to noise, for example. ...Read more
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