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Dysacusis is a hearing impairment characterized by difficulty in processing details of sound due to distortion in frequency or intensity, but not primarily a loss of the ability to perceive sound. The term is sometimes used to describe pain or discomfort due to sound, a condition also known as auditory dysesthesia.
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