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Sensorineural hearing loss (child)

Sensorineural hearing loss (child)

Deafness is a partial or complete loss of hearing, also known as hearing impairment. The normal threshold range is 0-20 decibels (dB), where 0 dB is the threshold for the perception of sound at a given frequency for people with normal hearing.

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