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What is Conductive Hearing Loss?

Description of the disease

Conductive hearing loss is a type of hearing impairment that occurs due to problems with the transmission of sound from the outer ear to the inner ear. This can be caused by various reasons such as disruption of the eardrum or issues with the transmission of sound through the auditory ossicle.


  • Complete conductive hearing loss
  • Partial conductive hearing loss


Symptoms may include difficulty in perceiving sounds, feeling of fullness in the ear, and sometimes ear pain.


Causes of conductive hearing loss can be ear infections, injuries, and structural abnormalities of the ear.


Diagnosis is carried out using audiometry, tympanometry, and other methods.


Treatment may include the use of medications, surgical intervention in cases of severe hearing loss.


Prevention includes timely treatment of ear infections, prevention of ear injuries, and proper ear cleaning.


Diagnosis and treatment of conductive hearing loss are carried out by an otolaryngologist.