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A questionnaire of handicap was developed to assess the psychosocial disadvantages attributable to noise-induced hearing loss (temporary or permanent). Sixty-five workers in a metal product plant completed the questionnaire with their nearest relative. A principal-component analysis was applied...
The contralateral stapedius reflex elicited by sinusoidal electrostimulation via cochlear implant was investigated in 12 patients. Contraction of the middle ear muscle was monitored by time-resolved synchronized digital sampling of the impedance change in the contralateral ear. The reflex was...
Computerized diagnostic audiometry is quickly emerging as a viable productivity tool in the audiology clinic. To date, there has been little reported on its reliability and validity with the hearing-impaired. The 'Battery of Basic Computerized Audiometric Tests' (BOBCAT) is a computer program...
The authors present the results obtained during an audiometric screening of 153 children aged 5-18 years, affected by beta-thalassemia and treated with regular blood transfusions and iron overload chelation by means of desferrioxamine. Thirty-eight percent of the patients showed a significant...
40-Hz auditory event-related potentials (AERP) in response to 0.5-, 1-, 2- and 4-kHz tone pips were studied in 45 subjects (18 males and 27 females) in order to assess their reliability and threshold in normal adults and to study the effects of stimulus frequency and intensity on their latency...
The prognostic value of some otovestibular parameters was evaluated in 46 cases of acute idiopathic hypoacusis (AIH) and 12 cases of acute idiopathic anacusis (AIA) observed within 7 days of the onset. Recovery in AIH is predicted by some otoneurological parameters as mean pure-tone hearing...
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