Clinical use of otoacoustic emissions in children with autism.

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Transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) may offer an objective way of evaluating the peripheral auditory systems of difficult-to-test patients. Children with autism are often suspected of hearing loss, but frequently will not respond on traditional behavior auditory tests. The clinical feasibility of obtaining TEOAEs on children with autism was… (More)

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