Transient deafness due to temperature-sensitive auditory neuropathy.

@article{Starr1998TransientDD,
  title={Transient deafness due to temperature-sensitive auditory neuropathy.},
  author={A. M. Schrauwen L. Sequeira L. Stange R. C. Starr and Yvonne S. Sininger and Margaret E Winter and Mary Jennifer Derebery and S Oba and Henry J. Michalewski},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={1998},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={169-79}
}
OBJECTIVE To define mechanisms accounting for transient deafness in three children (two siblings, ages 3 and 6, and an unrelated child, age 15) when they become febrile. DESIGN Audiometric tests (pure-tone audiometry, speech and sentence comprehension), tympanometry, middle ear muscle reflex thresholds, otoacoustic emissions (OAEs), and electrophysiological methods (auditory brain stem responses [ABRs], sensory evoked potentials, peripheral nerve conduction velocities) were used to test the… CONTINUE READING

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