1. Sensorineural Hearing Loss
2. Conductive Hearing Loss
3. Mixed Hearing Loss
4. Auditory Processing Disorders
Conductive hearing loss results from a problem in the outer or middle ear that prevents sound from reaching the inner ear. Conductive hearing losses are relatively uncommon and are typically temporary. Most cases of conductive hearing loss can be treated with medication or surgery. When it cannot be treated with those means, most people benefit from the use of a hearing aid.
Common causes of conductive hearing loss are:
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