Sensorineural hearing loss
Inside our inner ears are tiny hairs that detect sound, and the cochlear nerve that transmits it to the brain. Damage to these components caused by noise, disease and the natural process of ageing results in sensorineural hearing loss. Throughout our lives, we all gradually lose these vital hair cells.
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