binaural hearing

binaural hearing

[bī′nȯr·əl ′hir·iŋ]
(physiology)
The perception of sound by stimulation of two ears.
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Comparison of pseudobinaural hearing to real binaural hearing rehabilitation after cochlear implantation in patients with unilateral deafness and tinnitus.
Crossover stimulation results in additional stimulation of the cochlea contralateral to the ear with the BC transducer, thereby reducing the efficacy of binaural hearing [25].
Herbert works as an entertainment reporter and disc jockey with profound binaural hearing loss, which means his hearing is affected in both ears.
Torsten NiederdrEnnk in collaboration with the University of Oldenburg developed a so-called binaural hearing system that enables hearing aids in both ears to communicate.
7) was found between binaural hearing loss (dB) at frequencies 500-2000 Hz and blood lead levels, and at frequencies 4000 Hz (r=0.
The broad reference for clinicians, researchers, and students has been updated with revised chapters and new ones on historical foundations, genetics, sound processing, binaural hearing, electro-acoustic stimulation, the genetics of hearing loss, and other topics.
Most often, this can be accomplished successfully using binaural hearing aids.
Wireless communication between hearing aids and other personal media and between binaural hearing aids has been a boon to hearing aid users.
A common complaint from people with hearing impairment--that noisy or crowded rooms are the worst listening environments--can be directly related to difficulties with binaural hearing and other types of temporal processing.
Siemens Hearing Instruments now offers the world's first binaural hearing system, ACURIS[TM] with e2e wireless[TM].
Wireless communication between hearing aids and other personal media as well as between binaural hearing aids has been a boon to hearing aid users, with a slew of product options that provide superior performance and functionality levels.
Market Analysis III-54 Outlook III-54 Key Statistics III-54 Table 111: French Binaural Hearing Aid Adoption Rates by Age Group: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54