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Test-retest variability of distortion-product otoacoustic emissions in human ears with normal hearing.
The limitation of DPOAE detection at frequencies below 1000 Hz must lead to caution in the interpretation of results in this frequency range, and the magnitude of the total variance was similar to that found in audiometric studies.
The relationship between changes in self‐rated quality of life after cochlear implantation and changes in individual complaints
To evaluate the changes in self‐rated quality of life obtained following cochlear implantation in relation to changes in the individual’s complaints.
The viability of speech-in-noise audiometric screening using domestic audio equipment
The results indicate that variations in equipment have negligible effects on speech-in-noise audiometry, andVariations in equipment and environment present no significant obstacle to the development of a self-administered audiometric screening test based on speech in noise.
Distortion product otoacoustic emissions in patients with King-Kopetzky syndrome
Decreases in DPOAE level appear to represent evidence of minor cochlear pathology, and provide a pathological basis for the difficulty of hearing speech in the presence of background noise, which characterizes King-Kopetzky syndrome.
Subcategories of Patients with King-Kopetzky Syndrome
In a study on 110 consecutive patients with King-Kopezky syndrome referred to the Welsh Hearing Insitute, subjects were subdivided into seven subcategorization based on sensitized measures of auditory dysfunction and on psychological assessment, which provides further understanding of the basis ofKing-Kopetzky syndrome.
The influence of middle ear disorders on otoacoustic emissions.
Definitions, Protocols and Guidelines in Genetic Hearing Impairment
As this definitions protocols and guidelines in genetic hearing impairments, it will really give you the good idea to be successful.
A critical review of King-Kopetzky syndrome: Hearing difficulties, but normal hearing?
Advances in the development of sensitized and objective assessments of subclinical auditory dysfunction in patients with King-Kopetzky syndrome are reviewed to provide guidelines on the pathogenesis and lead towards a better understanding of KKS.
Analyses of notches in audioscan and DPOAEs in subjects with normal hearing.
  • F. Zhao, D. Stephens
  • Physics
    Audiology : official organ of the International…
  • 1 November 1998
The notch centre frequencies obtained in the Audioscan test correlated significantly with those of the notches found on the distortion product audiogram (DP-gram).