dentistVS: progressive unilateral hearing loss, doesn't affect Rinne Test, associated with NF2 and actor Mark Ruffalo
Otoslcerosis is (usually....) progressive bilateral hearing loss, BC > AC.
tallerthanmymomIf BC > AC in BOTH ears, why does he have hearing loss in only one ear?
My logic was that he probably had otosclerosis in both ears and then something extra going on in his right ear that would make it worse than the left. I still don't understand why otosclerosis is the best answer here.+2020-01-29T20:19:22Z
thomasburtonMy reasoning was BC>AC so this must be a conductive problem (which to me means something middle ear or out) so usually I think something blocking air flow or impeding the ossicles. You can rule out all other answers as they are all causes of sensorineural (AC>BC). +22019-09-17T08:33:19Z
madojoMeniere's disease is sensorineural hearing loss with peripheral vertigo due to increased endolymph within the ear. +2020-01-12T02:13:53Z