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Conductive Hearing Loss
In this lecture ´´Hearing Loss´´ is explained. Section one is about ´´Conductive Hearing Loss´´. Educator first gives the classification of hearing loss. After that conductive hearing loss and its management is discussed. Then its aetiology is pursued. Furthermore, elucidation of hearing loss in different lesions of conductive apparatus is given. Educator also talks about management. Next focus is tympanoplasty. Then types of tympanoplasty are discussed. Moving onward, myringoplasty is elaborated. Afterwards, ossicular reconstruction comes under consideration. In the ned, types of prosthesis are highlighted.
Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Section two is about ‘’Sensorineural Hearing Loss’’. Initially, sensorineural hearing loss and its management is pursued. Then its aetiology is discussed. Following this, diagnosis is carried out. At last management is focused.
Ototoxicity and Noise Trauma
Section three is about ‘’Ototoxicity and Noise Trauma’’. Educator's first theme of comprehensive discussion is ototoxicity. Then noise trauma is explained. This is followed noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Lastly, information is given about nonauditory effects of noise.
Specific Forms of Hearing Loss
Section four is about ‘’Specific Forms of Hearing Loss’’. In the beginning of this section inflammations of labyrinth are highlighted. After that syphilitic inflammations of labyrinth are discussed. Then familial progressive sensorineural hearing loss is elaborated. Following this, elucidation of autoimmune inner ear disease is given. Subsequently, sudden hearing loss is focused. Lastly, presbycusis is pursued.
Nonorganic Hearing Loss
Section five is about ‘’Nonorganic Hearing Loss’’. At first, educator gives an overview of nonorganic hearing loss (NOHL). After that social and legal aspects of hearing loss are reported. Then degree of hearing loss (WHO classification) is explained. Furthermore, impairment, disability and handicap is focused. Alongside degree of handicap is pursued. Finally, unilateral hearing loss is discussed.