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Audiometry, Evoked Response

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  • In addition, AP suppression functions, across frequency, have been obtained in human subjects with (near) normal hearing thresholds, and in patients with sensorineural hearing loss of cochlear origin, during transtympanic electrocochleography [21].
  • A method of diagnosis and evaluation using evoked response audiometry (ABR) is reported [22].
  • The similarities across frequencies between the human SP (promontory) and the experimental SP (DIF component from basal turn) suggest that the SP recorded in electrocochleography originates mostly from the base of the cochlea; negative values were observed at low frequencies (1 to 2 kHz), positive values at high frequencies (8 kHz) [23].
  • As EAEP wave I is identical with the potential N1 in electrocochleography and corresponds to activity of the most distal part of the acoustic nerve or the spiral ganglion, it is concluded that the peripheral part of the acoustic nerve is involved in about 10% of MS patients [24].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Audiometry, Evoked Response


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  20. Immediate effects of tobramycin on human cochlea and correlation with serum tobramycin levels. Wilson, P., Ramsden, R.T. British medical journal. (1977) [Pubmed]
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  24. Wave I of early auditory evoked potentials in multiple sclerosis. Hopf, H.C., Maurer, K. Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. (1983) [Pubmed]
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