Influence of hyperthermia on cochlear micromechanical properties in humans.

@article{FerberViart1995InfluenceOH,
  title={Influence of hyperthermia on cochlear micromechanical properties in humans.},
  author={Chantal C Ferber-Viart and Gustave Savourey and Chantal Garcia and Roland R Duclaux and Jacques H. M. Bittel and Lionel Collet},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1995},
  volume={91 1-2},
  pages={202-7}
}
We investigated the effect of body temperature on transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) in humans. Hyperthermic conditions were obtained in adults in a climatic chamber. During hyperthermia up to an average temperature of 38.4 degrees C, significant falls were found in total amplitude and peak values of TEOAEs: by 1.3 dB SPL/degree C and 2.3 dB/degree C, respectively. This inhibition affected all spectrum components equally. These findings indicate that the outer hair cell… CONTINUE READING

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