This novel proliferative and regenerative ability is absent in adult mammals, resulting in permanent and often progressive sensorineural hearing loss, the most common communication disorder and neurologic disease.
What does PSHL stand for?
PSHL stands for Progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss
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- Pakistan Society of Health-System Pharmacists (est. 2007)
- Peach State Health Plan (managed care program; Georgia)
- Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Samples in periodicals archive:
Inner ear autoantibodies in patients with rapidly progressive sensorineural hearing loss.
This Phase III, 18-month study will determine whether prednisone, methotrexate, and cyclophosphamide are effective in treating rapidly progressive sensorineural hearing loss in both ears.
Introduction Meniere's disease is a debilitating inner ear disorder that is characterized by episodic vertigo, fluctuating progressive sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL), tinnitus, and aural fullness.
Introduction Autoimmune inner ear disease is most often characterized by a bilateral (BPSNHL) or unilateral progressive sensorineural hearing loss (UPSNHL) that occurs over a period of weeks to months, with or without vestibular symptoms and tinnitus.
Cochlear otosclerosis causes a progressive sensorineural hearing loss.
A 57-year-old woman gave a history of bilateral progressive sensorineural hearing loss, which culminated in deafness within 5 months.