Contralateral Suppression of Otoacoustic Emissions: Working Towards a Simple Objective Frequency Specific Test for Hearing Screening

@inproceedings{Wolter2012ContralateralSO,
  title={Contralateral Suppression of Otoacoustic Emissions: Working Towards a Simple Objective Frequency Specific Test for Hearing Screening},
  author={Nikolaus E Wolter and Robert V. Harrison and Adrian L James},
  year={2012}
}
Hearing loss affects all demographics regardless of geographical location or age. In a similar fashion to how hearing loss can isolate post-lingualy deaf adults, hearing loss in the pediatric population has profound detrimental effects despite the richness of the deaf culture. A complete discussion of the adverse effects of hearing loss must include discussion of this important component of the deaf and hearing impaired population. The World Health Organization defines “disabling hearing… CONTINUE READING

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