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Conductive hearing loss may be determined from the latency delay of the brainstem auditory evoked response Jewett V, if other reasons that may prolong latency are ruled out. Therefore it is important to determine the bone conduction threshold when examining infants. Two bone vibrators have been chosen, which, with the help of "inverse filtering", provide(More)
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