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Time Course of the Suppression Effect on Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions by Prolonged Contralateral Acoustic Stimulation

Kang HW, Shim HJ, Song SJ, Lee SH, Yoon SW

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although the suppressive effect of the medial efferent acoustic reflex is well known, the time course of this effect over prolonged periods has yet to be fully...
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Change of Stapedial Reflex Threshold according to the Depth of Intravenous Propofol Anesthesia

Lee JW, Chon KM, Goh EK, Lee IW, Kong SK, Park SH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Stapedial reflex (SR) threshold is of considerable diagnostic significance in the evaluation of audiological function, especially under sedation or general anesthesia since anesthetic drugs often act on...
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Acoustic Reflex Facilitation with Various Frequencies and Amplitudes of Pure Tone

Hong SH, Cho YS, Kwon JK, Jung YS, Choi JY, Chu KC

  • KMID: 1922468
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 1998 Jan;41(1):7-12.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: There are several methods for lowering the acoustic reflex hreshold, a process known as "facilitaion". The most popular facilitation method is the simultaneous stimulation of a high-frequency...
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Test-Retest Differences and Assistive Function in Detecting Conductive Hearing Loss of lmpedance Audiometry

Park LY, Shim YJ, Kim HN, Kim YM

lmpedance audiometry requires physical modifications during the test, which might influence retest data. Therefore, in Order to interprete retest data meaningfully, the range of variation should be identified in each...
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