binaural hearing

binaural hearing

[bī′nȯr·əl ′hir·iŋ]
(physiology)
The perception of sound by stimulation of two ears.
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This choice of treatment is successful in restoring the patient's binaural hearing [2-5].
These difficulties are related to the lack of binaural hearing, which is the natural condition of the hearing (7).
Advantages of binaural hearing provided through bimodal stimulation via a cochlear implant and a conventional hearing aid: a 6-month comparative study.
Individuals with normal hearing were defined as those with binaural hearing threshold at all frequencies <26 dB.
The effect of multimicrophone noise reduction systems on sound source localization by users of binaural hearing aids.
Binaural hearing after cochlear implantation in subjects with unilateral sensorineural 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.
Nonetheless, if the tinnitus interferes with ADLs, including sleep, reading (and other tasks requiring concentration), enjoyment of quiet recreation, and emotional well-being, up to 5% may be added to a measurable binaural hearing impairment.