deafness

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Related to conductive deafness: conductive hearing loss, nerve deafness, sensorineural hearing loss, sensorineural deafness
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Synonyms for deafness

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Autosomal dominant inheritance of conductive deafness due to stapedial anomalies, external ear malformations and congenital facial palsy.
The tumor may infiltrate the forward cortex, causing the posterior meatal wall to be pushed forward and downward, thereby causing conductive deafness.
In its simplest form, conductive deafness occurs when the ear canal becomes blocked with wax and can be alleviated by a doctor.
Temporary conductive deafness is sometimes caused by recurrent ear infections in the middle ear, in which fluid builds up behind the eardrum.
In reporting the results of surgery for conductive deafness, many parameters have been defined.