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Sensorineural hearing loss is a reduced sensitivity to sound from damage, malfunction, or malformation in the sensory and/or neural auditory...Upvote (3) Downvote Go to answer
To add to what my esteemed colleagues have already said, sound quality is also certainly an important factor, so if you can (having had the...Upvote (2) Downvote Go to answer
Yes and no! If you are exposed to excessive levels of noise ie a concert you may get a temporary threshold shift ie your hearing ability will...Upvote (2) Downvote Go to answer
"Nerve Deafness" is a term which people sometimes use to refer to sensorineural hearing loss, or hearing loss due to damage to the cochlea (inner...Upvote (2) Downvote Go to answer