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An auditory test battery consisting of pure tone audiometry, the auditory brainstem response (ABR), the nonsense monosyllable perception test, the dichotic listening test and the Token test were administered to three patients with palatal myoclonus. All patients had ABR abnormalities correlated with the location of brainstem lesions, despite relatively(More)
We measured human evoked magnetic fields to binaural sounds with an interaural time delay as a cue for auditory localization. By analyzing the topography of auditory-evoked magnetic fields in the middle-latency, we demonstrated that particular cortical regions represent the direction of sound localization by their activity level. Upon presenting a binaural(More)
Bone-conducted auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) elicited by monoaural stimulation are very useful for evaluating hearing in children with congenital atresia of both ears. In a previous study of sound lateralization in children with congenital atresia of both ears, using bilateral bone-conducted stimuli, we found that most of the children could(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate auditory cortex function in the context of auditory stimuli in a patient with auditory agnosia due to bilateral lesions confined to the auditory radiations. A male patient experienced mild left temporal hemiplegia because of right putaminal hemorrhage at the age of 43 years. Thereafter he recovered completely but(More)
OBJECTIVE To demonstrate the influence of auditory cortex lesions on auditory middle-latency responses (AMLRs) and middle-latency auditory-evoked magnetic fields (MLAEFs) in humans. MATERIAL AND METHODS A total of 15 normal subjects, 9 patients with left auditory cortex lesions and 1 patient with a right auditory cortex lesion were studied. MLAEFs were(More)
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