partial deafness


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partial deafness

Deafness in which the ability to hear low-frequency sounds is preserved but high-frequencies are inaudible.
See also: deafness
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Successful claimants can expect to receive in the region of pounds 5,000 for a partial deafness claim and as much as pounds 10,000 for more serious cases.
In fact Du Belay and Ronsard both suffered from partial deafness, Ronsard beginning in his youth and Du Bellay later in life.
Figueroa, who wears hearing aids to correct partial deafness, speaks little if any English.
From the partial deafness of Silencio, one moves to the partial blindness of Autoretrato.
Dubai: A housewife has been accused of torturing her maid by banging her head against the wall and pushing a scissor in her ear leading to partial deafness.
They sent me back to Britain because I'd detached my retina, torn my knee, had partial deafness and a brain trauma.
1;b) 5 pieces aural cochlear implants for the treatment of patients with partial deafness - Package No.
These Bells chime to a darker, dirtier beat Deathbells Back To The Needle EP THEY came together after three of the band met while receiving help for partial deafness at Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow.
But Kostya's young voice is distinctive, the boy's partial deafness seeming commendably unsensational.
Darren, now aged 29, disliked school, where his partial deafness held back his progress.
There's that old familiar feeling of bass-line thumping through rib cage as we quickly realise that any attempt at mid-song chat, given our mutual partial deafness, is futile.
Roseanne suffered brain damage and partial deafness after measles when she was nine months old.