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Reconciling the origin of the transient evoked ototacoustic emission in humans.
A pervasive theme in the literature for the transient evoked otoacoustic emission (TEOAE) measured from the human ear canal has been one of the emission arising solely (or largely) from a single,Expand
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The role of intermodulation distortion in transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions
Transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) are low-intensity sounds recorded in the external ear canal immediately following stimulation by a transient stimulus, typically a click. While theExpand
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An in situ calibration for hearing thresholds.
Quantifying how the sound delivered to the ear canal relates to hearing threshold has historically relied on acoustic calibration in physical assemblies with an input impedance intended to match theExpand
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Sources and mechanisms of DPOAE generation: implications for the prediction of auditory sensitivity.
Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) have become a commonly used clinical tool for assessing cochlear health status, in particular, the integrity of the cochlear amplifier or motor component of cochlearExpand
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The origin of SFOAE microstructure in the guinea pig
Human stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions (SFOAEs) evoked by low-level stimuli have previously been shown to have properties consistent with such emissions arising from a linear place-fixedExpand
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Brief Report: The Cochlear Microphonic as an Indication of Outer Hair Cell Function
The extra-cellular cochlear microphonic is believed to be generated predominantly by outer hair cells and therefore it would seem reasonable to assume that the presence of a cochlear microphonicExpand
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Delay dependence for the origin of the nonlinear derived transient evoked otoacoustic emission.
In the guinea pig it has been shown that the nonlinear derived transient evoked otoacoustic emission (TEOAEnl) is comprised of significant amounts of intermodulation distortion energy. It is expectedExpand
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Generation of DPOAEs in the guinea pig
In humans, distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) at frequencies lower than the f(2) stimulus frequency are a composite of two separate sources, these two sources involving two distinctlyExpand
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Enhancement of the transient-evoked otoacoustic emission produced by the addition of a pure tone in the guinea pig.
This study examined the transient-evoked otoacoustic emission obtained in response to a click stimulus presented in combination with a pure tone in the guinea pig. Low-pass filtered click waveformsExpand
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Changes to low-frequency components of the TEOAE following acoustic trauma to the base of the cochlea
Several studies have shown that acoustic trauma to the base of the cochlea can result in loss of transient-evoked otoacoustic emission (TEOAE) energy at frequencies much lower than those affected inExpand
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