Definition of Conduction deafness
1. Noun. Hearing loss due to problems with the bones of the middle ear.
Generic synonyms: Hearing Disorder, Hearing Impairment
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Literary usage of Conduction deafness
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1. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1920)
"In a great number the deficiency in hearing was due to conduction deafness traceable to injury to the middle ear ; for instance, injury to the membrana ..."
2. Manual of Diseases of the Ear, Nose, and Throat by John Johnson Kyle (1911)
"Involvement of the labyrinth is detected by the loss of bone conduction, deafness, vomiting, staggering gait and paralysis of the seventh nerve. ..."
3. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by William Lincoln Ballenger, Howard Charles Ballenger, Adolphus George Wippern (1917)
"... due to a bony ankylosis, by a normal tympanic membrane, by a permeable Eustachian tube, and by a typical sound-conduction deafness. Etiology. ..."