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Hearing Loss in Musicians

 
 

Copyright 2017, Mark Alan Wade

Primary Author: Sataloff, R.
Journal Title: American Journal of Otology
Date Published: Mar-91
Language: English
Category: Hearing Loss
Key Words: hearing loss musician performance
Full Citation: Sataloff, R. T. Hearing Loss in Musicians. American Journal of Otology 12, no. 2 (March 1991): 122-7.
Full Abstract: Hearing is of special vocational importance in musicians. Musical performance may create sounds sufficiently intense to cause sensorineural hearing loss. Although such losses are usually not severe enough to be compensable under American Academy of Otolaryngology guidelines for occupational hearing loss, they may interfere with the musician's ability to perform the daily tasks of his or her profession. A review of the literature on occupational hearing loss in musicians reveals a substantial need for further research.