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48 Possible Causes for Deafness Affects All Frequencies

  • Unilateral Deafness with Delayed Endolymphatic Hydrops

    As it progresses, the deafness becomes horizontalized and affects all frequencies.[lesvertiges.com] As the condition progresses, the deafness worsens, affecting all frequencies, and reaches a hearing loss plateau of 50 to 70dB.[lesvertiges.com] […] low frequencies up to 1 Hz.[lesvertiges.com]

  • Digitorenocerebral Syndrome

    Initially affecting the high frequencies, the hearing loss eventually affects all frequencies and results in severe to profound deafness in the seventh decade.[genecards.org] all frequencies.[genecards.org] Deafness, autosomal recessive, 86 (DFNB86) [MIM:614617]: A form of non-syndromic deafness characterized by prelingual onset of profound sensorineural hearing loss affecting[genecards.org]

  • Familial Infantile Myoclonic Epilepsy

    Initially affecting the high frequencies, the hearing loss eventually affects all frequencies and results in severe to profound deafness in the seventh decade.[genecards.org] all frequencies.[genecards.org] Deafness, autosomal recessive, 86 (DFNB86) [MIM:614617]: A form of non-syndromic deafness characterized by prelingual onset of profound sensorineural hearing loss affecting[genecards.org]

  • Waardenburg Syndrome Type 2E

    It affects men and women equally, and can affect all races.[dermnetnz.org] It has a population frequency of 1 in 42,000, and is responsible for 1–3% of all cases of congenital deafness. What causes Waardenburg syndrome ?[dermnetnz.org] Waardenburg syndrome is named after Petrus Johannes Waardenburg, a Dutch ophthalmologist, who noticed that heterochromia iridis often accompanied deafness.[dermnetnz.org]

  • Waardenburg Syndrome

    It affects men and women equally, and can affect all races.[dermnetnz.org] It has a population frequency of 1 in 42,000, and is responsible for 1–3% of all cases of congenital deafness. What causes Waardenburg syndrome ?[dermnetnz.org] Waardenburg syndrome is named after Petrus Johannes Waardenburg, a Dutch ophthalmologist, who noticed that heterochromia iridis often accompanied deafness.[dermnetnz.org]

  • Wolfram Syndrome

    DFNA6 hearing loss is unlike most forms of nonsyndromic deafness that affect high tones (high-frequency sounds), such as birds chirping, or all frequencies of sound.[en.wikipedia.org] We have defined a subset of non-syndromic sensorineural hearing loss affecting the low frequencies without progression to profound deafness in which all individuals studied[hmg.oxfordjournals.org] Individuals with DFNA6 deafness cannot hear low tones (low-frequency sounds), such as a tuba or the "m" in moon.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Bjornstad Syndrome

    Mildly affected individuals may be unable to hear sounds at certain frequencies, while severely affected individuals may not be able to hear at all.[ghr.nlm.nih.gov] The hearing loss, which is caused by changes in the inner ear (sensorineural deafness), can range from mild to severe.[ghr.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Usher Syndrome, Type 3

    • Balance problems (affects some) Incidence and Carriers Carrier Frequency: 1 in 107 for specific mutation in Ashkenazi Jews 1 in 70 for all types of Usher Syndrome in the[mazornet.com] Symptoms • Progressive hearing and vision loss • Night vision frequently start at teenage years • Profound deafness by middle age • Vision loss caused by retinitis pigmentosa[mazornet.com]

  • Lymphedema Hypoparathyroidism Syndrome

    All four fully affected subjects had remarkably similar patterns of sensorineural deafness.[nejm.org] The pattern ( Fig. 2 ) was that of a bilateral, symmetric, sensorineural deficit affecting all frequencies but slightly more marked at the higher end of the frequency range[nejm.org] The similarity of this deficit in the adults and children suggests that the deafness was not progressive, and the patients did not believe that their hearing loss had changed[nejm.org]

  • Familial Isolated Hypoparathyroidism

    All four fully affected subjects had remarkably similar patterns of sensorineural deafness.[nejm.org] The pattern ( Fig. 2 ) was that of a bilateral, symmetric, sensorineural deficit affecting all frequencies but slightly more marked at the higher end of the frequency range[nejm.org] The similarity of this deficit in the adults and children suggests that the deafness was not progressive, and the patients did not believe that their hearing loss had changed[nejm.org]

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