Auditory Brainstem Response Latency in Noise as a Marker of Cochlear Synaptopathy.

  title={Auditory Brainstem Response Latency in Noise as a Marker of Cochlear Synaptopathy.},
  author={Golbarg Mehraei and Ann E Hickox and Hari M Bharadwaj and Hannah B Goldberg and Sarah Verhulst and M Charles Liberman and Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  volume={36 13},
UNLABELLED Evidence from animal and human studies suggests that moderate acoustic exposure, causing only transient threshold elevation, can nonetheless cause "hidden hearing loss" that interferes with coding of suprathreshold sound. Such noise exposure destroys synaptic connections between cochlear hair cells and auditory nerve fibers; however, there is no clinical test of this synaptopathy in humans. In animals, synaptopathy reduces the amplitude of auditory brainstem response (ABR) wave-I… CONTINUE READING
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