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Multi-site diagnosis and management of 260 patients with auditory neuropathy/dys-synchrony (auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder).
in 1996, auditory neuropathy (AN) is a sensory neurological hearing loss with special clinical manifestations induced by the damage of auditory nerve branch of the VIII cranial nerve.1 Its audiological test results are usually inconsistent.
Auditory dyssynchrony, also known as auditory neuropathy, is a condition where transmission of sound impulses including speech sounds is not in proportion or synchronous from the inner ear to the brain thus leading to interrupted sound signals leading to understanding problems in the individual.
Whether this performance is associated to the manifestation of the Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) [2,25] characterized as an Auditory Dyssynchrony--in other words, as a difficulty in comprehending words in cases of slight to moderate hearing loss, especially in loud environments -, or if other characteristics of the procedure decreased the observed variability and guaranteed response maintenance in successive tests, are empirical questions to be answered by future studies.
However, the mice with auditory neuropathy experienced the opposite outcome, showing accelerated progression of deafness following the diet.
Clinicalandaudiological featuresin auditory neuropathy. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2002; 128: 1026-30.
* Several of Joseph's secondary diagnoses including Short Bowel Syndrome, Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder, Eosinophilic Esophagitis, and multiple food allergies - all resulting from NEC,
This study shows the presence of the auditory neuropathy in about 5.5% of hearing impaired infants.
He was diagnosed with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder - which means his hearing organ and brain are not synced together and so any hearing was distorted or absent.
They are noise-induced hearing loss, auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder, auditory temporal processing, inner ear regeneration, tinnitus, and auditory plasticity and auditory training.
The type of hearing loss successfully treated by the scientists is similar to a human condition known as auditory neuropathy, a form of deafness in which the cochlear nerves are damaged.