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Diplacusis

National Institutes of Health

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Review
2018
Review
2018
Professional musicians (PMs) are at high risk of developing hearing loss (HL) and other audiological symptoms such as tinnitus… 
2015
2015
This study assessed the intensity and likely effects of noise on workers during wheat processing. Noise measurements were taken… 
Highly Cited
2009
Highly Cited
2009
ObjectivesAn investigation of the hearing status of musicians of professional symphony orchestras. Main questions are: (1) Should… 
2004
2004
Limited data are available on the relationship between diplacusis and otoacoustic emissions and sudden hearing threshold changes… 
1986
1986
Pitch-intensity functions and psychophysical tuning curves (PTC's) were measured in ten listeners with sensorineural impairments… 
Review
1968
Review
1968
DIPLACUSIS or double hearing is the phenomenon of hearing the same tone at a different pitch in each ear. It is far more… 
1968
1968
DISTORTED hearing deserves early recognition and careful evaluation. Diplacusis and poor pitch discrimination frequently produce… 
1966
1966
IN 1940 Shambaugh drew attention to the value of Diplacusis binauralis in the diagnosis of serous labyrinthitis. Since this time… 
1965
1965
Pitch-matching performances of five subjects with unilateral high-frequency hearing losses and of five subjects with normal… 
1940
1940
The finding of diplacusis in a case of deafness is a valuable diagnostic aid in localizing the pathologic condition, since…