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regrediente Hypakusis

English translation: regressive acoustic (or auditory) hypoesthesia / hypesthesia /

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14:12 Jul 14, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical
German term or phrase: regrediente Hypakusis
Medical report on patient
Janet Slater
English translation:regressive acoustic (or auditory) hypoesthesia / hypesthesia /
Explanation:
or regressive hypoacusis, or regressive hypacusia ---
Sources (a): Reuter & Reuter, Medizinsishes Wörterbuch (Thieme); (B) Bunjes, W. der Medizin u. Pharmazeutik Thieme)
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Summary of answers provided
naregrediant hypoacusis
Dierk Seeburg
naregressive hypacusisNancy Schmeing
naregressive acoustic (or auditory) hypoesthesia / hypesthesia /
Tom Funke


  

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30 mins
regressive acoustic (or auditory) hypoesthesia / hypesthesia /


Explanation:
or regressive hypoacusis, or regressive hypacusia ---
Sources (a): Reuter & Reuter, Medizinsishes Wörterbuch (Thieme); (B) Bunjes, W. der Medizin u. Pharmazeutik Thieme)

Tom Funke
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50 mins
regressive hypacusis


Explanation:
means the person is hard of hearing and the situation is going "backwards", or regressing. See URL below, search on Hypakusis.


    Reference: http://www.roche-lexikon.de/
Nancy Schmeing
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52 mins
regrediant hypoacusis


Explanation:
It's an acute loss of hearing which has befallen the patient again.


    Reference: http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~rvdstich/eugloss/EN/glos17.html
    Reference: http://www.optiker.de/OPTONIA/teil23.htm
Dierk Seeburg
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