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Senile deafness

Senile deafness refers to the progressive hearing loss that gradually occurs with age, and severe cases can cause total deafness. Usually, the incidence rate of elderly people aged 65~75 is about 60%.


Senile chorea

Spinal cord compression in the elderly

Senile vertigo

Reynolds syndrome

Epidemic encephalitis a

Steroid myopathy

Thunder head wind

Listeria meningitis

Cranial fractures and related malformations

Benign intracranial hypertension

Intracranial hypotension syndrome

Lymphocytic choroid plexus meningitis

Intracranial hypertension syndrome

Lymphocytic choroidal plexus meningitis

Intracranial venous sinus occlusive intracranial hypertension

Intracranial venous thrombosis

Haemophilus influenzae meningitis

Cranial stenosis

Epidemic hemorrhagic conjunctivitis

Obesity in the elderly

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