Definition: Hearing loss caused by a problem in the inner ear or auditory nerve. A sensorineural loss often affects a person's ability to hear some frequencies more than others. This means that sounds may be appear distorted, even with the use of a hearing aid. Sensorineural losses can range from mild to profound.
Synonyms (terms occurring on more labels are shown first): deafness neurosensory, sensorineural hearing loss, Sensorineural deafness, perceptive deafness, neurosensory deafness
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