diplacusis


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diplacusis

[dī·plə′kyü·səs]
(medicine)
A difference in the pitch perceptions of the two ears when stimulated by the same sound frequency.
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The patient described the diplacusis as a harmonic of a fundamental sound in response to external sound and to his own voice.
The hyperacusis had been present since the onset of the diplacusis.
The patient said that the diplacusis was very distracting during his daily activities, although he had been able to overcome the response from his own voice by altering his vocal technique.