CENTRAL AUDITORY DYSFUNCTION
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Definitions of CENTRAL AUDITORY DYSFUNCTION
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Disorders of hearing or auditory perception resulting from disease of the central auditory pathways or auditory association cortical areas. These include HEARING LOSS, CENTRAL; cortical deafness; and AUDITORY PERCEPTUAL DISORDERS. Above the level of the pons, bilateral lesions are usually required to produce auditory dysfunction.
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