What is the relationship between tinnitus and deafness?

What is the relationship between tinnitus and deafness?


Tinnitus is a disorder of the sense of hearing. Its sounds are high and low, with various tones, such as the cicadas, or the sound of wind, or the sound of running water mixed with the sounds of crickets.Tinnitus can be paroxysmal or persistent. Some tinnitus is accompanied by deafness, and some tinnitus alone but not deafness.

Most deaf patients have varying degrees of auditory system disease, and have varying degrees of hearing impairment after hearing examinations.Improper use of ototoxic antibiotics such as streptomycin and gentamicin can cause inner ear poisoning to some people, causing tinnitus and deafness. If the drug is stopped early and treatment is stopped, it can reduce or avoid deafness.Tinnitus caused by various ear diseases such as otosclerosis and Meniere’s disease may lead to deafness if left untreated and left untreated.However, not all tinnitus causes deafness.

It is recommended that you go to the otolaryngology department to check and confirm the diagnosis, and you need to carry out targeted treatment according to the specific situation.

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