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    What Is Sensorineural Hearing Impairment

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    Sensorineural hearing loss is more permanent than conductive hearing loss. That is because sensorineural loss of hearing is caused by problems within the ear, the brain, or both. The body is not capable of translating sound into something that the brain can comprehend. There are three degrees of sensorineural hearing loss—mild, moderate, and severe. Severe sensory loss of hearing can also include complete deafness.