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Ears, Nose and Throat

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Ears: Anatomy | Surgery | Balance Disorders (Dizziness, Vertigo) | Ear Disorders | Hearing Disorders | Compensating for Hearing Loss

Nose & Sinus: Anatomy | Surgery | Nasal Sprays & Washes | Nose Disorders | Sinusitis

Throat: Anatomy | Diagnostic Procedures | Surgery | Laryngeal and Voice Disorders | Throat Disorders

Other Topics: General Ears, Nose and Throat | Smell and Taste Disorders

Hearing Disorders

(Jump to: General Topics: Hearing Overview | Hearing Tests

Hearing Loss and Deafness: General Information | In Children | In the Elderly

Specific Hearing Disorders: Auditory Neuropathy | Hereditary Disorders | Hyperacusis | Noise-Induced Hearing Loss | Tinnitus )

Hearing Overview
Hearing: How We Hear:Columbia University Medical Center

Hearing Tests
Understanding Your Audiogram:Johns Hopkins Medicine
Hearing Screening and Testing:ASHA

Hearing Loss and Deafness, General Information
Hearing Loss and Deafness:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Type, Degree, and Configuration of Hearing Loss:ASHA
Sudden Deafness:NIDCD
Hearing Disorders and Deafness:MedlinePlus

Hearing Loss in Children
General Information
Hearing Impairment:March of Dimes
Hearing Impairment (in children):Merck Manual, Home Edition
Enlarged Vestibular Aqueducts and Childhood Hearing Loss:NIDCD
Information on Deaf-Blindness – Selected Topics:DB-Link
Hearing Problems in Children:MedlinePlus
Recognizing Hearing Loss in Children
Age-Appropriate Hearing Milestones:Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Your Baby's Hearing and Communicative Development Checklist :NIDCD
Screening for Hearing Disorders
Hearing Screening in Children:Columbia University Medical Center
It’s Important to Have Your Baby’s Hearing Screened:NIDCD
What to Do if Your Baby’s Screening Reveals a Possible Hearing Problem:NIDCD
Newborn Hearing Screening:National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management
Specific Hearing Disorders
see Hereditary Hearing Loss and Deafness

Hearing Loss in the Elderly
Hearing Loss:National Institute on Aging
Hearing Loss and Older Adults:NIDCD

Hereditary Hearing Loss and Deafness
Congenital Deafness:American Hearing Research Foundation
Genetics (General Information)
Deafness and Hereditary Hearing Loss Overview:GeneReviews
Hereditary Non-Syndromic Hearing Loss
Nonsyndromic Deafness:Genetics Home Reference, NLM
DFNA2 Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss:GeneReviews
Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness, DFNA3:GeneReviews
Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness, DFNB1:GeneReviews
OTOF-Related Deafness (DFNB9 Nonsyndromic):GeneReviews
Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness, Mitochondrial:GeneReviews

Auditory Neuropathy
Auditory Neuropathy:NIDCD

Hyperacusis: An Increased Sensitivity to Everyday Sounds:AAO-HNS
Vestibular Hyperacusis:Vestibular Disorders Association

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss:NIDCD
Noise & Hearing Protection:AAO-HNS
Know the Power of Sound:AAO-HNS

General Information
Tinnitus Management:ASHA
Treatment Information:American Tinnitus Association

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