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What is Tugoukhost (Deafness)?

Description of the Disease

Tugoukhost, also known as deafness, is a condition in which a person experiences partial or complete hearing loss. This can be due to a disruption in the transmission of sound waves from the ear to the brain or damage to the hearing apparatus.


  • By severity: mild, moderate, severe
  • By cause of occurrence: congenital, acquired


Symptoms of tugoukhost may include difficulty in understanding conversation, problems with communication and social adaptation, as well as a feeling of isolation.


The causes of tugoukhost can be diverse, including genetic predispositions, infections, injuries, prolonged exposure to noise, and toxic substances.


Diagnosis is performed using audiometry, clinical examinations, and examination by an otolaryngologist.


Treatment of tugoukhost may include the use of hearing aids, surgical intervention, speech therapy sessions, and rehabilitation.


Prevention of tugoukhost includes protection from noise exposure, timely treatment of infections, and seeking medical attention at the first signs of hearing impairment.


For the diagnosis and treatment of tugoukhost, it is necessary to consult an otolaryngologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.