sudden hearing loss


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sudden hearing loss

Hearing loss that occurs in 72 hr or less. It may be temporary or permanent. Some of the most common causes include cerumen impaction, medication toxicities, acute infections, ear trauma, Ménière's disease, and ischemia.
See also: loss
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A randomised, double blind, placebo controlled study of dextran/pentoxifylline medication in acute acoustic trauma and sudden hearing loss.
Pegylated interferon/ribavarin-associated sudden hearing loss in a patient with chronic hepatitis C in Brazil.
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18) Symptoms include sudden hearing loss in one ear that usually progresses to the second ear.
8) The main clinical presentation is sudden hearing loss, which is also attributed to common ear fullness by the patients.
Sudden hearing loss and facial palsy at the contralateral side following acoustic tumour removal.
11) However, they discovered more women had left-sided sudden hearing loss (49/80; 61.
The incidence of sudden hearing loss is greater than previously assumed [in German].
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We also took into account the effects of perilymph fistula (PLF) on the etiology of sudden hearing loss and postoperative outcomes.
In December 1989, he called me to say that he had earlier experienced a sudden hearing loss in his right ear, for which he underwent treatment with a course of corticosteroids.

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