Diplacusis following Stapedectomy →
“Diplacusis occurs in approximately one-third of the patients. There may be a variation of distortion of sound, especially music and the human voice, of which patients frequently complain. For the first few weeks after the operation most people complain of pure tones appearing higher in pitch when compared with the unoperated side. It is seldom problematic and usually fades by six weeks...
Couples canoodle in dark corners to the strains of a saxophone. A man with a...– Lovely piece in the Telegraph travel about Manchester, “another angel of the north” http://bit.ly/b84tdH creativetourist