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Presbycusis

Aka: Presbycusis
  1. See Also
    1. Hearing Loss
    2. Sensorineural Hearing Loss
    3. Conductive Hearing Loss
  2. Definition
    1. Hearing Loss related to aging
  3. Epidemiology
    1. Onset in middle age, and slowly progressive
    2. Most notable over age 65 years
  4. Pathophysiology
    1. Slowly progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss
    2. Typically due to atrophy of Organ of Corti and auditory nerve at basal end of Cochlea
  5. Symptoms
    1. Abrupt high frequency Hearing Loss
    2. Decreased speech discrimination
      1. Poor understanding of speech even when loud enough
    3. Recruitment
      1. Abnormal hypersensitivity to noise
  6. Evaluation
    1. Audiometry displays high pitched Hearing Loss
    2. Acoustic reflex testing

Presbycusis (C0033074)

Definition (MSHCZE) „Stařecká“ nedoslýchavost. Způsobena zejm. degenerací smyslových buněk ve vnitřním uchu. Srov. hypakuze. (cit. Velký lékařský slovník online, 2013 http://lekarske.slovniky.cz/ )
Definition (CSP) progressive bilateral loss of hearing that occurs in the aged.
Definition (MSH) Gradual bilateral hearing loss associated with aging that is due to progressive degeneration of cochlear structures and central auditory pathways. Hearing loss usually begins with the high frequencies then progresses to sounds of middle and low frequencies.
Concepts Pathologic Function (T046)
MSH D011304
ICD9 388.01
ICD10 H91.1, H91.10
SnomedCT 267767003, 155245000, 49526009
English Presbycuses, Presbycusis, Presbyacusis, presbycusis, presbycusis (diagnosis), Deafness due to old age, Senile presbyacusis, Presbycusis, unspecified ear, Presbycusis [Disease/Finding], presbyacusia, age-related hearing loss, Hearing loss, age-related, Presbyacusis (& [senile &/or other]), Senile/other presbyacusis, Presbyacusis (& [senile &/or other]) (disorder), Senile deafness, Age-related hearing loss, Presbyacusia, senile deafness, age related hearing loss, hard of hearing (presbyacusis), presbyacusis, senile presbyacusis, Presbycusis;senile, Presbycusis (finding), Presbycusis (disorder)
Spanish presbicusia (trastorno), Sordera del anciano, Sordera senil, Presbiacusis, Presbiacusia senil, presbicusia (hallazgo), Sordera Senil, presbiacusia, presbicusia, sordera senil, Presbiacusia
Dutch hardhorigheid, doofheid door veroudering, seniele doofheid, seniele hardhorigheid, presbyacusis, Presbyacusis
French Surdité sénile, Presbyacousie sénile, Surdité due à l'âge, Presbyacousie
German Alterstaubheit, Schwerhoerigkeit, Altersschwerhoerigkeit, altersbedingte Taubheit, Presbyakusis, Altersschwerhörigkeit
Italian Sordità senile, Presbiacusia senile, Sordità da età avanzata, Presbiacusia
Portuguese Surdez por idade avançada, Presbiacusia senil, Surdez senil, Surdez Senil, Presbiacusia
Japanese 老人性難聴, ロウジンセイナンチョウ
Swedish Åldersdövhet
Czech presbyakuze, nedoslýchavost stařecká, Hluchota způsobená stářím, Presbyakuze, Senilní presbyakuze, Presbyacusis, Senilní hluchota
Finnish Ikähuonokuuloisuus
Russian PRESBIAKUZIS, SLUKHA POTERIA STARCHESKAIA, ПРЕСБИАКУЗИС, СЛУХА ПОТЕРЯ СТАРЧЕСКАЯ
Korean 노년 난청
Croatian PREZBIAKUZIJA
Polish Głuchota starcza
Hungarian Senilis süketség, presbyacusis, Senilis presbiacusis, Presbyacusia, Időskori süketség, Presbyacusis
Norwegian Presbyakusis, Aldersrelatert hørselstap, Alderdomstunghørthet
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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