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Developmental changes in tympanometry: a case study.
The use of 226 Hz tympanometry in neonates and infants has been controversial due to the large number of false negative responses for middle ear pathology. A review of the literature highlights… Expand
Training to meet the needs of the communicatively impaired population of South Africa: a project of the University of the Witwatersrand.
- M. Bortz, C. Jardine, M. Tshule
- Psychology, Medicine
- European journal of disorders of communication…
- 1 October 1996
At a time when South Africa is in the throes of transition, ideologies in the educational, medical, economic and social spheres are being redefined and redirected. The field of speech pathology and… Expand
A pilot investigation of high-frequency audiometry in obscure auditory dysfunction (OAD) patients.
The diagnosis of obscure auditory dysfunction (OAD) has been an elusive one, based primarily upon reports of poor speech perception in noise by the patient. Basic audiometric testing reveals hearing… Expand
A reply from SMARTRISK.
- C. Jardine
- CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal…
- 15 April 2003
Flowing from Barry Pless' response, I believe there are 4 facts that must be shared. 1. There are evaluations of the SMARTRISK Heroes program, including 2 comprehensive evaluations conducted… Expand
A new look at cochlear mechanics.
- C. Jardine
- Computer Science, Medicine
- The South African journal of communication…
- 31 December 1993
The spectacular discovery of otoacoustic emissions has led to a plethora of cochlear mechanic models, all attempting to explain the active, nonlinear processing of the cochlea suggested by these recordable responses. Expand