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To achieve detailed information on the outcome of hearing rehabilitation in a clinical setting, measurements of hearing disability and hearing handicap have been introduced, and the present study describes the preliminary experiences with these measures in a series of hearing-impaired subjects...
Amplitude modulation following responses (AMFR) or steady-state evoked potentials (SSEPs) can be used for the objective and frequency-specific estimation of hearing thresholds in awake and sleeping subjects. To be useful as a clinical tool, a high signal to noise ratio (SNR) is required for a...
The objective was to determine normative values for tympanometric variables for 7- and 24-month-old children and to assess the effect of various factors on these variables. Tympanometry was performed at scheduled health visits at 7 and 24 months of age on children recruited to a prospective...
The aim of the study was to detect inner ear fluid pressure changes induced by glycerol in Meniere's disease (MD) by means of a tympanic membrane displacement analyser (TDA). The study group consisted of 25 MD patients. The V i (maximum inward displacement of the tympanic membrane) and the V m...
In this paper, we present a new computerised technique for the automatic construction of the latency-intensity curve (LI curve). We take a pattern recognition approach determined by a priori information. We use knowledge gained from the audiogram and from physiological considerations. Therefore,...
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