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Right hearing loss

Pure-tone audiometry showed moderate to profound hearing loss in the right ear. Lt = left; Rt = right; Δ = air conduction, masked, right ear; [ = bone conduction, masked, right ear; X = air conduction, unmasked, left ear; > = bone conduction, unmasked, left ear. Note: for the right ear above 1 kHz, there are tiny downward-pointing arrows attached to symbols on the left lower corner for bone- and air-conducted sound; these arrows indicate “no response.” (From: Liqun Z, Park KH, Kim HJ, Lee SU, Choi JY, Kim JS. Acute unilateral audiovestibulopathy due to embolic labyrinthine infarction. Front Neurol 20182;9:311. Creative Commons Attribution License; CC BY.) (Contributed by Dr. Douglas Lanska.)