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Volume 9

We are Not Progressing in Diagnosis of Progressive Hearing Loss

The most prevalent type of hearing loss is a progressive hearing loss. I can make that statement confidently because presbyacusis is progressive, and everybody will have age-related hearing loss, unless they pass away before age 30. However, it is difficult to find good evidence or reliable statistics if you ask the question about the prevalence…

Labeling COVID-19’s Long Term Effects—What’s the Diagnosis?

This article addresses and defines the language associated with COVID-19 and reports on the attempts being made to establish appropriate medical terminology as it pertains to COVID-19 patients who are still experiencing medical issues for weeks and even months after the diagnosis.

Volume 1

CAPD Guidelines

Kim Tillery explains the nature of central auditory processing disorders (CAPD).