dysacusis

[ dĭs′ə-kōōsĭs ]

n.

An impairment of hearing that is not primarily a loss of the ability to perceive sound.
Dysacousia.

Nearby words

  1. dyophysitic,
  2. dyostyle,
  3. dyothelite,
  4. dys-,
  5. dysacousia,
  6. dysadaptation,
  7. dysanagnosia,
  8. dysaphia,
  9. dysaptation,
  10. dysarteriotony


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