Bone conduction

What is Bone conduction?

Bone conduction is the conduction of sound to the inner ear through the bones of the skull. Bone conduction transmission can be used with individuals with normal or impaired hearing.

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Good day...I am 73 male 5'9" 135#. I have a macro pituitary tumor, 18mm, Dx august 2016. December began experiencing double vision beyond 20 feet....

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PTA (Pure Tone Audiogram).

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1. The pituitary macro adenoma can cause vision problems,...

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I have a 13 year old son with a history of dysfunctional eustation tubes, chronic hypercompliant eardrums with retraction, He had tubes placed...

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The tympanogram report is almost normal except for the pressure gradient which is bad in the left ear. The negative...

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I have just been to the dentist; and I removed my wisdom tooth; but under the operation the dentist used the dental drill to remove the...

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1. Conduction of sound through skull bones is one of the important mechanisms by which we normally hear.

2. Bone...

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