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ORL J Otorhinolaryngol Relat Spec 1988;50(4):212-8
Service d'ORL, Hopital St-Charles, Montpellier, France.
Evoked otoacoustic emissions (EOAEs) hold some promise as a fast, objective and noninvasive procedure to study the cochlea at the outer hair cell level. This paper summarizes the fundamental aspects of EOAEs, in particular their relationship with the active biomechanical properties of the cochlea. The properties of EOAEs are analyzed in normally hearing ears, in ears with sensorineural hearing loss, especially in Meniere's disease, in acoustic neuromas and in central deafness; the properties of EOAEs were also evaluated as to their suitability for screening auditory dysfunction in infants.
PMID: 3050712, UI: 89015799
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