presbyacusia


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pres·by·a·cu·sis

, presbyacusia (prez'bē-ă-kū'sis, -kū'sē-ă),
Loss of hearing associated with aging; manifest as reduced ability to perceive or discriminate sounds; the pattern and age of onset vary. See: phonemic regression.
[presby- + G. akousis, hearing]

presbyacusia

see presbycusis.

presbycusis, presbyacusia

progressive, bilateral loss of hearing with advancing age; occurs in several animal species, especially old dogs.
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The OAE levels are fairly constant through life, at least before the onset of presbyacusia or any other cochlear disturbances (Engdahl et al.
Technically known as presbyacusia or presbycusis, age-related hearing loss is due to the changes that occur in the body as we grow older.