Neural Hearing Loss

Neural Hearing Loss

The neural hearing loss or deafness is a most common hearing loss. In this nerve and auditory systems are unable to transmit information to the brain.It is diagnosed by radiographic imaging and difficult to identify the exact location of the neural hearing loss using current equipment.

In some cases amplification is not recommended by the ENT specialist and sometimes an individual will be able to hear sounds properly at normal intensity but they face difficulty in understanding speech. In these making sounds louder with hearing aids does not improve speech understanding. Any individual with neural hearing loss is faced more trouble in the background noise than it actually has.

There are various research and studies are regulated to treat neural damage. Some researchers are currently in use such as auditory nerve implants

Causes of neural Hearing loss

  • Heredity, child inherit hearing problems from parents.
  • Acoustic tumors
  • Exposure to certain infections
  • Severe jaundice in infancy
  • Low birth weight
  • Premature birth
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