hyperacusis

hyperacusis
hy·per·acu·sis .hī-pə-rə-'k(y)ü-səs n abnormally acute hearing

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n.
abnormally acute hearing or painful sensitivity to sounds.

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hy·per·acu·sis (hi″pər-ə-kooґsis) [hyper- + acou- + -sis] exceptionally acute hearing, the hearing threshold being unusually low. It may or may not be accompanied by pain. Called also hyperacousia, hyperacusia, hyperakusis, and acoustic or auditory hyperesthesia.

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