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1,780 Possible Causes for Conductive Deafness

  • Otosclerosis

    To the best of our knowledge, this is the first reported case in English literature in which a facial nerve schwannoma presented with conductive deafness of gradual onset[] This reduces normal sound transmission resulting in a conductive deafness.[] Hearing tests with tuning forks and audiometric tests will show a conductive deafness.[]

  • Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence

    Conductive hearing loss for frequencies of less than 1000 Hz was present in all cases.[] The deafness is conductive, mimicking otospongiosis and could explain some cases of persistent conductive hearing loss after uneventful stapedectomy 7 .[] hearing loss on audiometry.[]

  • Stapedectomy

    hearing loss due to otosclerosis.[] hearing loss follows 5% of stapedectomies perhaps long after a succesful operation.4 Other complications such as perforation of the tympanic membrane, alteration of taste[] Conductive deafness due to fixation of stapes. 2. Air bone gap of atleast 40 dB. 3.[]

  • Conductive Hearing Loss

    […] hearing, Deafness, conductive, Hearing loss, conductive, Conductive hearing loss NOS (disorder), Unspecified conductive hearing loss (disorder), Conductive Deafness, CD -[] […] loss hearing , Deafness, conductive , Hearing loss, conductive , Conductive hearing loss NOS (disorder) , Unspecified conductive hearing loss (disorder) , Conductive Deafness[] In deaf-blindness: Hearing and visual impairment A conductive hearing loss consists of damage to or obstruction of the outer or middle ear.[]

  • Impacted Cerumen

    Abstract A major sequelae of impacted cerumen (earwax) is conductive hearing loss, which can be deleterious to linguistic, social, and intellectual development, particularly[] The results indicated that impacted cerumen does cause a significant degree of conductive hearing loss.[] hearing loss.[]

  • Chronic Otitis Media

    Special tests Pure Tone Audiometry shows a conductive deafness.[] hearing loss.[] The most common symptoms are conductive hearing loss, tinnitus and vertigo.[]

  • Mandibulofacial Dysostosis

    Abstract Bilateral conductive deafness is common in mandibulofacial dysostosis with or without atresia of the external auditory meatus.[] There is no overt genotype-phenotype correlation except that conductive deafness is significantly less frequent in patients with mutations in the 3' part of the open reading[]

  • Microtia

    Microtia can cause conductive deafness.[] hearing loss.[] Conductive deafness is caused by anomalies of the outer or middle ear.[]

  • Tympanosclerosis

    Hearing aids can be beneficial, as with any form of conductive hearing loss.[] Deposition of bone due to osteoneogenesis in the attic region may cause fixation of malleus and incus leading on to conductive deafness.[] Vijayendra H, Parikh B ; Bone conduction improvement after surgery for conductive hearing loss.[]

  • Temporal Bone Fracture

    Conductive hearing loss due to ossicular disruption 4. Balance disturbance 5. Tinnitus / vertigo 6. C.S.F. leak 7. Perilymph fistula 8.[] Longitudinal fracture is the most common of the 3 subtypes (70-90%) and associated with conductive deafness due to ossicular chain disruption. B.[] Haemotympanum is also associated with conductive hearing loss and generally resolves spontaneously.[]

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