Conductive or Sensorneurial?

Posted by johnny3 @johnny3, Oct 21, 2019

Hello everyone!! I know this a technical question, and I hoping someone can help me or lead me in the right direction., Can an audiologist determine if your hearing loss is conductive or sensorneurial based solely on an audiogram? Does a bone conductive test and word recognition test play a major or minor role in determining into this? Furthermore at what point does an audiologist know you have nerve issues?

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Absolutely! The audiogram shows different symbols to differentiate between the tests that are used during bone conduction and air conduction.
Tony in Michigan

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