Hearing aids reduce overestimation in pre-fitting self-assessment

The pre-fitting self-assessment of hearing disability involves over estimation which is exacerbated by hearing difficulty. A high pre-fitting VAS value may reflect a large overestimation in hearing ability. This overestimation can be improved by the amplification with hearing aids.

from Auris Nasus Larynx

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