[Neuroscience] Re: "Brain" Deafness
briandd at broadpark.no
Sun Dec 25 18:38:47 EST 2005
Why shouldn't there be deafness as a result of brain-damage (or malfunction)
only? And if it is unilateral or not, it depends on the locus of the
abnormality. I'd think the closest would be the Thalamus in this case. In my
own 'case', I'd think the high-pitched tone is due to too load music in my
earlier years, and mechanical damage in certain parts in the cochlea, not
Edit. Please be adviced I'm not an M.D. I don't want to get sued.
"Radium" <glucegen1 at excite.com> skrev i melding
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> Have there ever been cases of subjects experiencing sudden and total
> deafness as a result of an abnormality in the brain only? Is this
> deafness ever unilateral? Is it accompanied by the false perception of
> a high-pitched sine-wave tone resembling that of a and CRT screen or
> electronic dog-whistle? If the deafness is unilateral while the false
> perception of this tone be only in the deaf ear?
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