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Briefly explain the difference between nerve and conduction deafness.
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Briefly explain the difference between nerve and conduction deafness.
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Nerve deafness usually is a result of damage to the auditory nerve or a higher processing center, whereas conduction deafness involves a disruption in the ways in which sounds waves are converted to nerve energy.



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