echoacousia

echoacousia

 [ek″o-ah-koo´ze-ah]
the subjective experience of hearing echoes after normally heard sounds.
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ech·o·a·cou·si·a

(ek'ō-ă-kū'zē-ă),
A subjective disturbance of hearing in which a sound appears to be repeated.
[echo + G. akouō, to hear]
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ech·o·a·cou·si·a

(ek'ō-ă-kyū'zē-ă)
A subjective disturbance of hearing in which a sound appears to be repeated.
[echo + G. akouō, to hear]
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ech·o·a·cou·si·a

(ek'ō-ă-kyū'zē-ă)
Subjective hearing disturbance in which a sound repeats.
[echo + G. akouō, to hear]
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