Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions in a dog.

@article{Ruggero1984SpontaneousOE,
  title={Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions in a dog.},
  author={Mario A. Ruggero and Betty A Kramek and Nola C. Rich},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1984},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={293-6}
}
Intense (up to 59 dB SPL) spontaneous otoacoustic emissions are produced by both ears of a young dog. The right ear produces a single, very narrow-band (less than 4 Hz) emission at about 9100 Hz. Brainstem evoked-response audiometry suggests that this emission is generated near the transition between normal and abnormal regions of the cochlea. 

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