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what is 'hearing aids'?

Definition for Hearing aids

instruments to enable a person to hear
Hearing aids is also known as: hearing aid, hearing aids

Hearing aids is a medical procedure used for such diagnoses as: Meniere's disease, otosclerosis and presbycusis.

related diagnosis for 'hearing aids'
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Meniere's disease
inner ear disease affecting hearing and balance
degenerative disease in middle ear bones resulting in hearing loss
loss of hearing due to aging
ear trauma
ear injury
Stickler Syndrome
connective tissue disorder
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Hearing test
standard technique of representing hearing loss
Speech Therapy
speech reception threshold (SRT)
Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP)
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