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Hearing Impairments in Preterm Infants: Factors Asso ciated with Discrepancies between Screening and Con firmatory Test Results

Han JH, Shin JE, Lee SM, Eun HS, Park MS, Park KI

Purpose: The aim of the study was to investigate risk factors of hearing impairments in preterm infants and analyze factors associated with discrepancies between neonatal hearing screening (NHS) and confirmatory...
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Factors Affecting the Variation of Maximum Speech Intelligibility in Patients With Sensorineural Hearing Loss Other Than Apparent Retrocochlear Lesions

Yahata I, Kawase T, Miyazaki H, Takata Y, Yamauchi D, Nomura K, Katori Y

OBJECTIVES: To examine the relationship between speech intelligibilities among the similar level of hearing loss and threshold elevation of the auditory brainstem response (ABR). METHODS: The relationship between maximum speech intelligibilities...
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Newborn Hearing Loss and Newborn Hearing Screening

Park SK

The incidence of bilateral profound hearing loss of newborns is 1 to 2 per 1,000 newborns. It is higher in infants with risk factors for hearing loss. Congenital hearing loss...
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Auditory Neuropathy Accompanying Unilateral Vestibulopathy

Kim HY, Jung JY, Rhee CK, Suh MW

  • KMID: 2316770
  • Res Vestib Sci.
  • 2009 Jun;8(1):60-65.
Auditory neuropathy is a term used to describe abnormal auditory brain stem response (ABR) in the presence of preserved cochlear outer hair cell functions which can be measured by otoacoustic...
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