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Air Conduction Audiometry
Testing hearing by introducing the tone into the ear canal, with the sound waves then traveling to the drum membrane st the end of the canal (as opposed to bone conduction).
Bone Conduction Audiometry
In hearing testing, introduction sound waves directly into the cochlea via the bones of the skull.
The period surrounding birh, between the 29th week of gestation to one to four weeks after birth.
Conditions that follow or occur as a consequence of another condition (e.g. Illness) or event (e.g. trauma).
Auditory Brainstem Response
An elctrophysiological response to sounds that results in 5 to 7 peaks that appear within 10ms after the presentation of the signal (usually a click).
The detection of individuals at risk for a condition (e.g. Hearing loss, language disorder).
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