implantable hearing device


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im·plant·a·ble hear·ing de·vice

(im-plantă-bĕl hēring dē-vīś)
Electronic instrument that is placed within the ear surgically to improve audition.
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Glasscock III, "Middle ear implantable hearing devices: an overview," Trends in Amplification, vol.
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And this is precisely what fully surgically implantable hearing devices can deliver.
Though the implantable hearing devices on the market perform well, most were originally not designed to stimulate the RW directly.
Nevertheless, the advantage of not having an implant protruding through the skin provides patients and physicians with alternatives in worn or implantable hearing devices.
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