Eleni Gkoritsa

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The transiently evoked otoacoustic emission amplitude of 42 preterm babies (84 ears; post-conceptional age [PCA] 30-36 weeks) was compared with the TEOAE amplitude of 39 full-term babies (78 ears;(More)
Contralateral suppression of transient otoacoustic emissions in 42 premature babies (84 ears; post-conceptional age [PCA] 30-36 weeks) was compared to that of 39 full-term babies (78 ears; PCA: 37-45(More)
'Pass' criteria in newborn hearing screening programs are important, since they affect the operating characteristics of the programs. In the present study, we intended to compare the results of two(More)
OBJECTIVE The medial olivocochlear bundle, forms a neural pathway connecting the superior olivary complex to the outer hair cells of mainly the contralateral cochlea. Although the biological(More)
BACKGROUND Transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) is an objective diagnostic method of assessing the cochlear status. The aim of this study was to present the results of hearing screening(More)
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