There are many kinds of hearing loss and even more reasons for it occurring, and temporary hearing loss (threshold shift) is the most common of the bunch.
There are generally three classifications of hearing impairment; sensorineural, conductive, and mixed hearing… Read More
Otosclerosis—also known as otospongiosis—is a condition that affects the ears where an abnormal growth of bone forms around the stapes bone, a tiny bone in the middle of the ear. This bone is then stuck in place, and for the… Read More
Hearing loss has been associated with iron deficiency and anemia, according to a study published by JAMA Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery. The study was helmed by Pennsylvania State University’s Kathleen M. Schieffer, and it observed the relationship… Read More
Presbycusis (age-related hearing loss) genetic biomarker has been identified by researchers. The research findings offer a breakthrough for better understanding the condition and a possible prevention. Presbycusis affects an estimated 30 million Americans and greatly impacts patient’s quality of life.… Read More