(connexion internet requise)

Other Formats:  (connexion internet requise)  (connexion internet requise)

Links:  (connexion internet requise)

Order this document

Br J Audiol 1994 Aug-Oct;28(4-5):213-8

Contralateral auditory stimulation and otoacoustic emissions: a review of basic data in humans.

Collet L, Veuillet E, Moulin A, Morlet T, Giraud AL, Micheyl C, Chery-Croze S

CNRS URA 1447, Universite Claude-Bernard, Departement d'Otorhinolaryngologie, Hopital Edouard Herriot, Lyon, France.

The influence of contralateral auditory stimulation on otoacoustic emissions (OAE), spontaneous OAE, evoked OAE and acoustic distortion products, can be summarized as follows: (1) alteration (mainly a decrease) of OAE amplitude; (2) alteration of response spectrum (upward shift frequency of SOAE); (3) alteration of phase; (4) effect dependent on intensity of contralateral stimulation; (5) effect inversely dependent on intensity of ipsilateral stimulation; (6) frequency specificity of the suppressive effect. Involvement of the medial olivocochlear bundle is highly probable but one cannot exclude a double pathway including also the acoustic reflex.

PMID: 7735149, UI: 95253049

the above report in format
documents on this page through Loansome Doc