question.

Jeffrey Sirianni hcaudio at ktc.com
Wed Jan 14 04:29:03 EST 2004


Pam,

The testing that was done probably determined if the hearing loss involved
the sensory (nerve) mechanism or not.  The best person to ask in your case
is your audiologist, who knows your case in particular.

Jeff

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"PAM" <doggirl3 at webtv.net> wrote in message
news:23074-4000995F-27 at storefull-3232.bay.webtv.net...
> Let say that you have a dead nerve or are deaf in the ear, as a doctor
> audiologist said. Is there a way to really see if it could be check to
> see if it is nerves dead in the ear?
> I heard there is a device that creates vibration in the ear bone. Could
> that help? Just wondering. Anyway also is there a way to see what the
> nerve in the ear looks like?
> Pam-Doggirl3
>




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