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Békésy audiometry was utilized to show that an abnormal separation of forward and reverse frequency tracing is to be referred to an abnormal fatigability in neurosensorial hearing loss (presbycusis and noise-induced hearing loss). The ascending and descending threshold with continuous tone was compared to fixed frequency per-stimulatory threshold that has(More)
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