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chapter Part One Background of the Audiometer
Evaluating the Audiogram and Speech Hearing Tests
Audiometric Studies as an Aid to Diagnosis
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above-threshold acoustic air and bone air conduction articulation score articulation tests attenuator audible audiogram audiometer test Auditory average basilar membrane battery binaural bone conduction receiver calibration carbon circuit clinical Co-author cochlea correlation cycles deafened decibels distortion ear canal effect fenestration operation frequency range frequency response hard of hearing hearing acuity hearing aid users hearing defects hearing impairment hearing loss control hearing persons high frequency increase indicate individual hearing aids instrument intelligibility intensity Laryn left ear loudness balance Maico manufacturers masking audiogram masking tone measured monaural nerve type noise level normal ear octave otologist otosclerosis output phon pure tone test recorded recruitment rehabilitation reports residual hearing response curve right ear room noise shown in Figure shows sound speech hearing tests speech reception spondee technique threshold curve tinnitus tion tube hearing aids tuning fork type audiometer types of deafness vacuum tube hearing variations voltage wearable