Roberto Miquelino de Oliveira Beck

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CONCLUSION The correlations between behavioral and auditory steady-state response (ASSR) thresholds were significant at 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 Hz. ASSR presented high sensitivity and specificity in the detection of residual hearing in cochlear implant candidates when compared with warble-tone audiometry. OBJECTIVES To assess residual hearing in(More)
INTRODUCTION ASSR allow frequency-specific evaluation in intensities up to 120dB HL and detection of residual hearing in patients with severe-to-profound hearing loss. AIM to compare ASSR thresholds and behavioral test results in children with suspected severe-to-profound hearing loss. METHODS Cross sectional study to compare ASSR and behavioral(More)
INTRODUCTION  Sudden hearing loss (SHL) is an ENT emergency defined as sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) ≥ 30 dB HL affecting at least 3 consecutive tonal frequencies, showing a sudden onset, and occurring within 3 days. In cases of SHL, a detailed investigation should be performed in order to determine the etiology and provide the best treatment.(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate Auditory Steady-State Responses (ASSR) at high intensities in pediatric cochlear implant candidates and to compare the results to behavioral tests responses. METHODS This prospective study evaluated 42 children with suspected severe-to-profound hearing loss, aged from 3 to 72 months. All had absent ABR and OAE responses. ASSR were(More)
INTRODUCTION Auditory steady-state responses (ASSR) are an important tool to detect objectively frequency-specific hearing thresholds. Pure-tone audiometry is the gold-standard for hearing evaluation, although sometimes it may be inconclusive, especially in children and uncooperative adults. AIM Compare pure tone thresholds (PT) with ASSR thresholds in(More)
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