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FUNCTIONAL EXAMINATION OF HEARING: Summaries of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field of Otolaryngology

FUNCTIONAL EXAMINATION OF HEARING: Summaries of the Bibliographic Material Available in the Field... Abstract INTRODUCTION MORE AND more the field of functional tests of hearing is being dominated by the acoustic physicists, who have the advantage of laboratory and mathematical equipment far beyond that which is ordinarily found in the office of the practicing otologist. It will be our effort to glean such information as seems of practical use to the otologist, to whom hearing tests are an important, but smaller part of the whole field.The American Medical Association has discontinued the practice of issuing a monthly list of hearing aids approved by them. It is believed that the hearing aids now on the market are of such quality that this is no longer necessary. HEARING AIDS A preliminary study of the hearing aid in use was made by Kodicek and Garrard,of the Ear, Nose and Throat Department of St. Thomas Hospital. One hundred patients wearing Medresco hearing aids for various References 1. Kodicek, J., and Garrard, J.: The Hearing Aid in Use , J. Laryng. & Otol. 68:406 ( (June) ) 1954. 2. Neuberger, F.: Regulated Compression Correction in Hearing Aids , Monatsschr. Ohrenh. 88:1 ( (Jan.-March) ) 1954. 3. Galambos, R.; Rosenberg, P. E., and Glorig, A.: The Eyeblink Response as a Test for Hearing , J. Speech & Hearing Disorders 18:373 ( (Dec.) ) 1953. 4. Day, K. M.: Aids to Hearing , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:449 ( (May) ) 1954. 5. Falbe-Hansen, J.: Hardness of Hearing in School Children , Acta oto-laryng. 44:157 ( (March-April) ) 1954. 6. Palva, T.: Finnish Speech Audiometry , Acta oto-laryng. , (Supp. 101) , p. 1, 1952. 7. Johnsen, S.: Clinical Aspects of High Tone Perceptive Deafness in Children , Acta oto-laryng. 44:25 ( (Jan.-Feb.) ) 1954. 8. Fowler, E. P., Jr., and Basek, M.: Causes of Deafness in Young Children , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:476 ( (April) ) 1954. 9. Heller, M. F., and Lindenberg, P.: The Private Practice of Auditory Rehabilitation , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:130 ( (March) ) 1954. 10. Guilford, F. R.: Hearing Rehabilitation in Private Practice , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:490 ( (Oct.) ) 1954. 11. Pattee, G. L.: A Survey of Hearing Centers in the United States , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:43 ( (April) ) 1954. 12. Fox, M. S.: The Otologist's Role in the Industrial Hearing Conservation Program , Laryngoscope 64:79 ( (Feb.) ) 1954. 13. Rüedi, L.: Different Types of Acoustic Trauma by Experimental Exposure of the Human and Animal Ear to Pure Tones and Noise , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:702 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 14. McLaurin, J. W.: The Inarticulate Child: A Problem in Diagnosis , Laryngoscope 64:454 ( (June) ) 1954. 15. Walsh, T. E.: The Effect of Pregnancy on the Deafness of Otosclerosis , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:420 ( (May) ) 1954. 16. Shapiro, S. L.: Minimum Hearing Test Requirements for Office Practice, Eye, Ear , Nose & Throat Month. 33:230 ( (April) ) 1954. 17. Bergman, M. L.: Otosclerosis in Identical Twins , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:316 ( (March) ) 1954. 18. Henner, R.: Bone Conduction Studies After Fenestration Surgery and Predictions of Hearing Results , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:300 ( (March) ) 1954. 19. van Egmond, A. A. J.: Congenital Deafness , J. Laryng. & Otol. 68:429 ( (July) ) 1954. 20. Goldstein, R.; Ludwig, H., and Naunton, R. F.: Difficulty in Conditioning Galvanic Skin Responses: Its Possible Significance in Clinical Audiometry , Acta oto-laryng. 44:67 ( (Jan.-Feb.) ) 1954. 21. King, P. F.: Psychogenic Deafness , J. Laryng. & Otol. 68:623 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 22. Rytzner, C.: Sound Transmission in Clinical Otosclerosis , Acta oto-laryng. , (Supp. 117) , p. 1, 1954. 23. Winfried: Hearing Loss in Multiple Sclerosis , HNO , p. 133, (April) , 1954. 24. Wagemann, W.: Audiologische Befunde bei luetischen Innenohrschäden , HNO , p. 129, (April) , 1954. 25. Pestalozza, G., and Calearo, C.: Masking of the Pure Tones in Relation to the Frequency of the Masked Tone , Pract. oto-rhino-laryng. 16:96, 1954. 26. Seelenfreund, B.: Paracusis Willisii and the Audiometric Diagnosis of Otosclerosis , Oto-laryng. israel. 37:35, 1953. 27. Riccabona, A. A., and Jezek, A.: Loss of Hearing After Mastoidectomy , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:434 ( (July-Aug.) ) 1953. 28. Lidén, G.: Loss of Hearing Following Treatment with Dihydrostreptomycin or Streptomycin , Acta oto-laryng. 43:551 ( (Dec.) ) 1953.Crossref 29. Metz, O.: Influence of the Patulous Eustachian Tube on the Acoustic Impedance of the Ear , Acta oto-laryng. , (Supp. 109) , p. 105, 1953. 30. de la Rosée, B.: Studies on Normal Hearing Capacity in Different Ages with Special Reference to Audiometric Tests , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:414 ( (July-Aug.) ) 1953. 31. Wertheimer, M.: Can a Trained Subject Judge His Auditory Sensitivity? Quart. J. Exper. Psychol. 6:21, 1954.Crossref 32. Friedmann, H.: Hypothetical Acoustic Function of the Endolymphatic Sac and of the Vestibular Aqueduct , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:680 ( (Nov.) ) 1953. 33. Bocca, E.; Calearo, C., and Cassinari, V.: A New Method for Testing Hearing in Temporal Lobe Tumours , Acta oto-laryng. 44:219 ( (May-June) ) 1954.Crossref 34. Schubert, K., and Panse, F.: Auditory Findings in Sensory Aphasia , Arch. Ohren- Nasen- u. Kehlkopfh. 164:39 ( (Nov.) ) 1953.Crossref 35. Tomatis, A.: An Ear for Music , Franc Otorhino-laryng. 2:99, 1953. 36. Brandstetter, L., and Koehler, H.: Hearing Disorders in Scleroderma , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:353 ( (June) ) 1953. 37. Davis, P. L.: Deafness and Cleidocranial Dysostosis , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:602 ( (May) ) 1954.Crossref 38. Childrey, J. H.: Perceptive Deafness Treated with Vitamin B-Complex and Amino Acids, 100 Cases , Laryngoscope 64:120 ( (Feb.) ) 1954.Crossref 39. Juers, A. L.: Clinical Observations on End-Organ Deafness , Laryngoscope 64:190 ( (March) ) 1954. 40. Goto, S., and Yamada, K.: New Hearing Test Above Threshold and Its Clinical Significance , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:342 ( (Sept.) ) 1954.Crossref 41. Onchi, Y.: The Blocked Bone Conduction Test for Differential Diagnosis , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:81 ( (March) ) 1954. 42. Goodhill, V.; Rehman, I., and Brockman, S.: Objective Skin Resistance Audiometry , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:22 ( (March) ) 1954. 43. Goodhill, V.: Directional Free Field Startle-Reflex Audiometry , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:176 ( (Feb.) ) 1954. 44. Hoople, G. D.; Dixon, R. Knight, E., and DiCarlo, L. M.: Clinical Study of Bone Conduction Audiometry , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:785 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 45. Fournier, J. E.: The "False-Bing" Phenomenon—Some Remarks on the Theory of Bone Conduction , Laryngoscope 44:29 ( (Jan.) ) 1954. 46. Markle, D. M.: The Conductive Mechanism of Hearing and Recruitment , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:453 ( (Oct.) ) 1954.Crossref 47. Beebe, H. H.: Is Psycho-Galvanic Skin Resistance Test a Reliable Means of Determining Hearing for Speech? Pract. oto-rhino-laryng. 15:99, 1953. 48. Huizing, H. C.: Principles of Noise Audiometry , Pract. oto-rhino-laryng. 14:360, 1952. 49. Halpern, L.: On the Phenomen of Paracusis Willisii , Harefuah 43:123 ( (Nov.) ) 1952. 50. Hennebert, P. E.: A Rapid and Exact Test for Ability to Hear Speech , Acta oto-rhino-laryng. belg. 7:1, 1953. 51. Portmann, M., and Portmann, C.: The Audiometric Detection of Deafness Simulation , Arch. mal. profess. 14:23, 1953. 52. Lundborg, T.: The Differential Diagnosis in Neurogenic Hearing Impairment , Nord. med. 49:714, 1953. 53. Portmann, M.; Portmann, C., and Taillefer, O.: Electroacoustics and the Deaf Child , J. méd. Bordeaux 11:1032, 1952. 54. Maspétiol; Pigment, and Tronche: Various Details in the Technique of Objective Audiometry by Means of the Psychogalvanic Reflex , Ann. oto-laryng. 69:574, 1952. 55. Pirodda, E., and Celletti, M.: Differential Audiometric Diagnosis of "Perceptive" Hearing Defects , Oto-rino-laryng. ital. 20:280, 1952. 56. Hoople, G. D.: Noise: A History of Recent Years , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:156 ( (March) ) 1954. 57. Wheeler, D. E.: Report of the Field Representative , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:163 ( (March) ) 1954. 58. Nash, C. S.: Medicolegal Aspects of Noise , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:167 ( (March) ) 1954. 59. Glorig, A.: The Otolaryngologist in the Industrial Noise Problem , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58: 170 ( (March) ) 1954. 60. Harris, J. D.: The Roles of Sensation Level and of Sound Pressure in Producing Reversible Auditory Fatigue , Laryngoscope 64:89 ( (Feb.) ) 1954. 61. Glorig, A.: Malingering , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:802 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 62. Hanley, C. N., and Tiffany, W. R.: Auditory Malingering and Psychogenic Deafness , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:197 ( (Aug.) ) 1954. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png A.M.A. Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

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Abstract INTRODUCTION MORE AND more the field of functional tests of hearing is being dominated by the acoustic physicists, who have the advantage of laboratory and mathematical equipment far beyond that which is ordinarily found in the office of the practicing otologist. It will be our effort to glean such information as seems of practical use to the otologist, to whom hearing tests are an important, but smaller part of the whole field.The American Medical Association has discontinued the practice of issuing a monthly list of hearing aids approved by them. It is believed that the hearing aids now on the market are of such quality that this is no longer necessary. HEARING AIDS A preliminary study of the hearing aid in use was made by Kodicek and Garrard,of the Ear, Nose and Throat Department of St. Thomas Hospital. One hundred patients wearing Medresco hearing aids for various References 1. Kodicek, J., and Garrard, J.: The Hearing Aid in Use , J. Laryng. & Otol. 68:406 ( (June) ) 1954. 2. Neuberger, F.: Regulated Compression Correction in Hearing Aids , Monatsschr. Ohrenh. 88:1 ( (Jan.-March) ) 1954. 3. Galambos, R.; Rosenberg, P. E., and Glorig, A.: The Eyeblink Response as a Test for Hearing , J. Speech & Hearing Disorders 18:373 ( (Dec.) ) 1953. 4. Day, K. M.: Aids to Hearing , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:449 ( (May) ) 1954. 5. Falbe-Hansen, J.: Hardness of Hearing in School Children , Acta oto-laryng. 44:157 ( (March-April) ) 1954. 6. Palva, T.: Finnish Speech Audiometry , Acta oto-laryng. , (Supp. 101) , p. 1, 1952. 7. Johnsen, S.: Clinical Aspects of High Tone Perceptive Deafness in Children , Acta oto-laryng. 44:25 ( (Jan.-Feb.) ) 1954. 8. Fowler, E. P., Jr., and Basek, M.: Causes of Deafness in Young Children , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:476 ( (April) ) 1954. 9. Heller, M. F., and Lindenberg, P.: The Private Practice of Auditory Rehabilitation , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:130 ( (March) ) 1954. 10. Guilford, F. R.: Hearing Rehabilitation in Private Practice , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:490 ( (Oct.) ) 1954. 11. Pattee, G. L.: A Survey of Hearing Centers in the United States , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:43 ( (April) ) 1954. 12. Fox, M. S.: The Otologist's Role in the Industrial Hearing Conservation Program , Laryngoscope 64:79 ( (Feb.) ) 1954. 13. Rüedi, L.: Different Types of Acoustic Trauma by Experimental Exposure of the Human and Animal Ear to Pure Tones and Noise , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:702 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 14. McLaurin, J. W.: The Inarticulate Child: A Problem in Diagnosis , Laryngoscope 64:454 ( (June) ) 1954. 15. Walsh, T. E.: The Effect of Pregnancy on the Deafness of Otosclerosis , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:420 ( (May) ) 1954. 16. Shapiro, S. L.: Minimum Hearing Test Requirements for Office Practice, Eye, Ear , Nose & Throat Month. 33:230 ( (April) ) 1954. 17. Bergman, M. L.: Otosclerosis in Identical Twins , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:316 ( (March) ) 1954. 18. Henner, R.: Bone Conduction Studies After Fenestration Surgery and Predictions of Hearing Results , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:300 ( (March) ) 1954. 19. van Egmond, A. A. J.: Congenital Deafness , J. Laryng. & Otol. 68:429 ( (July) ) 1954. 20. Goldstein, R.; Ludwig, H., and Naunton, R. F.: Difficulty in Conditioning Galvanic Skin Responses: Its Possible Significance in Clinical Audiometry , Acta oto-laryng. 44:67 ( (Jan.-Feb.) ) 1954. 21. King, P. F.: Psychogenic Deafness , J. Laryng. & Otol. 68:623 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 22. Rytzner, C.: Sound Transmission in Clinical Otosclerosis , Acta oto-laryng. , (Supp. 117) , p. 1, 1954. 23. Winfried: Hearing Loss in Multiple Sclerosis , HNO , p. 133, (April) , 1954. 24. Wagemann, W.: Audiologische Befunde bei luetischen Innenohrschäden , HNO , p. 129, (April) , 1954. 25. Pestalozza, G., and Calearo, C.: Masking of the Pure Tones in Relation to the Frequency of the Masked Tone , Pract. oto-rhino-laryng. 16:96, 1954. 26. Seelenfreund, B.: Paracusis Willisii and the Audiometric Diagnosis of Otosclerosis , Oto-laryng. israel. 37:35, 1953. 27. Riccabona, A. A., and Jezek, A.: Loss of Hearing After Mastoidectomy , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:434 ( (July-Aug.) ) 1953. 28. Lidén, G.: Loss of Hearing Following Treatment with Dihydrostreptomycin or Streptomycin , Acta oto-laryng. 43:551 ( (Dec.) ) 1953.Crossref 29. Metz, O.: Influence of the Patulous Eustachian Tube on the Acoustic Impedance of the Ear , Acta oto-laryng. , (Supp. 109) , p. 105, 1953. 30. de la Rosée, B.: Studies on Normal Hearing Capacity in Different Ages with Special Reference to Audiometric Tests , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:414 ( (July-Aug.) ) 1953. 31. Wertheimer, M.: Can a Trained Subject Judge His Auditory Sensitivity? Quart. J. Exper. Psychol. 6:21, 1954.Crossref 32. Friedmann, H.: Hypothetical Acoustic Function of the Endolymphatic Sac and of the Vestibular Aqueduct , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:680 ( (Nov.) ) 1953. 33. Bocca, E.; Calearo, C., and Cassinari, V.: A New Method for Testing Hearing in Temporal Lobe Tumours , Acta oto-laryng. 44:219 ( (May-June) ) 1954.Crossref 34. Schubert, K., and Panse, F.: Auditory Findings in Sensory Aphasia , Arch. Ohren- Nasen- u. Kehlkopfh. 164:39 ( (Nov.) ) 1953.Crossref 35. Tomatis, A.: An Ear for Music , Franc Otorhino-laryng. 2:99, 1953. 36. Brandstetter, L., and Koehler, H.: Hearing Disorders in Scleroderma , Ztschr. Laryng. Rhin. Otol. 32:353 ( (June) ) 1953. 37. Davis, P. L.: Deafness and Cleidocranial Dysostosis , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:602 ( (May) ) 1954.Crossref 38. Childrey, J. H.: Perceptive Deafness Treated with Vitamin B-Complex and Amino Acids, 100 Cases , Laryngoscope 64:120 ( (Feb.) ) 1954.Crossref 39. Juers, A. L.: Clinical Observations on End-Organ Deafness , Laryngoscope 64:190 ( (March) ) 1954. 40. Goto, S., and Yamada, K.: New Hearing Test Above Threshold and Its Clinical Significance , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:342 ( (Sept.) ) 1954.Crossref 41. Onchi, Y.: The Blocked Bone Conduction Test for Differential Diagnosis , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:81 ( (March) ) 1954. 42. Goodhill, V.; Rehman, I., and Brockman, S.: Objective Skin Resistance Audiometry , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:22 ( (March) ) 1954. 43. Goodhill, V.: Directional Free Field Startle-Reflex Audiometry , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 59:176 ( (Feb.) ) 1954. 44. Hoople, G. D.; Dixon, R. Knight, E., and DiCarlo, L. M.: Clinical Study of Bone Conduction Audiometry , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:785 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 45. Fournier, J. E.: The "False-Bing" Phenomenon—Some Remarks on the Theory of Bone Conduction , Laryngoscope 44:29 ( (Jan.) ) 1954. 46. Markle, D. M.: The Conductive Mechanism of Hearing and Recruitment , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:453 ( (Oct.) ) 1954.Crossref 47. Beebe, H. H.: Is Psycho-Galvanic Skin Resistance Test a Reliable Means of Determining Hearing for Speech? Pract. oto-rhino-laryng. 15:99, 1953. 48. Huizing, H. C.: Principles of Noise Audiometry , Pract. oto-rhino-laryng. 14:360, 1952. 49. Halpern, L.: On the Phenomen of Paracusis Willisii , Harefuah 43:123 ( (Nov.) ) 1952. 50. Hennebert, P. E.: A Rapid and Exact Test for Ability to Hear Speech , Acta oto-rhino-laryng. belg. 7:1, 1953. 51. Portmann, M., and Portmann, C.: The Audiometric Detection of Deafness Simulation , Arch. mal. profess. 14:23, 1953. 52. Lundborg, T.: The Differential Diagnosis in Neurogenic Hearing Impairment , Nord. med. 49:714, 1953. 53. Portmann, M.; Portmann, C., and Taillefer, O.: Electroacoustics and the Deaf Child , J. méd. Bordeaux 11:1032, 1952. 54. Maspétiol; Pigment, and Tronche: Various Details in the Technique of Objective Audiometry by Means of the Psychogalvanic Reflex , Ann. oto-laryng. 69:574, 1952. 55. Pirodda, E., and Celletti, M.: Differential Audiometric Diagnosis of "Perceptive" Hearing Defects , Oto-rino-laryng. ital. 20:280, 1952. 56. Hoople, G. D.: Noise: A History of Recent Years , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:156 ( (March) ) 1954. 57. Wheeler, D. E.: Report of the Field Representative , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:163 ( (March) ) 1954. 58. Nash, C. S.: Medicolegal Aspects of Noise , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58:167 ( (March) ) 1954. 59. Glorig, A.: The Otolaryngologist in the Industrial Noise Problem , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 58: 170 ( (March) ) 1954. 60. Harris, J. D.: The Roles of Sensation Level and of Sound Pressure in Producing Reversible Auditory Fatigue , Laryngoscope 64:89 ( (Feb.) ) 1954. 61. Glorig, A.: Malingering , Ann. Otol. Rhin. & Laryng. 63:802 ( (Sept.) ) 1954. 62. Hanley, C. N., and Tiffany, W. R.: Auditory Malingering and Psychogenic Deafness , A. M. A. Arch. Otolaryng. 60:197 ( (Aug.) ) 1954.

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A.M.A. Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

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