Wave V latency shifts with age and sex in normals and patients with cochlear hearing loss: development of a predictive model.

@article{Rupa1993WaveVL,
  title={Wave V latency shifts with age and sex in normals and patients with cochlear hearing loss: development of a predictive model.},
  author={Vedantam Rupa and Ashlesha K Dayal},
  journal={British journal of audiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={273-9}
}
In order to study the combined effect of age, sex and cochlear hearing loss on the auditory brainstem response in an adult population, absolute wave V latency measurements were made in 117 ears of 64 patients with cochlear hearing loss and 105 ears of 58 otologically normal control subjects. Among normals, wave V latency was found to increase with age. Latencies in female subjects were significantly shorter than in male subjects. The best predictive model for wave V latency in normals was: wave… CONTINUE READING

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