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Explanation: SVIBOR - Papers - project code: 3-01-396
... 27 Year: 1992 Pages: from 99 to 148 Number of references: 10 Language: hrvatski Summary:
Change in threshold of hearing in tonal audiogram is notsufficient for ... www.mzt.hr/projekti9095/3/01/396/rad_e.htm - 85k - Cached - Similar pages
... It is determined by a conventional tonal audiogram carried out during the
examination of intake, in air conduction, with helmet, ear by ear. ...
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... Describe the usual sizes to present the audiological data : 1. Tympanogram. 2.
Tonal audiogram. 3. Vocal audiogram. 4. Otoemissions spectrum. 5. PEA recording. ... www.aea-europe.org/English/MIII.htm - 101k - Cached - Similar pages
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... At the end of each fitting session more precise information is gathered by means
of: - A tonal audiogram - The five Ling-sounds on levels of detection ... www.kids.be/kids/pdf/auditieve_kidsprogramme.pdf - Similar pages
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Testing for sounds that travel through the air is done with a person wearing earphones over his or her ears. Pure tones of various frequencies are presented to one ear at a time at controlled volumes. The person being tested is asked to indicate when he or she first hears the sound. The softest sounds that the person can detect are recorded for each frequency. The results are put on a graph and compared to a normal hearing graph, or audiogram.
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7. Audiogram Section
-Sensori-Neural Hearing Loss
-Conductive Hearing Loss
-Mixed Hearing Loss
-Nonorganic Hearing Loss