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    1. Ishida, S; Isotani, H; Kameoka, K; Kishi, T
      Familial idiopathic hypoparathyroidism, sensorineural deafness and renal dysplasia

      INTERNAL MEDICINE
    2. Heffner, RS; Koay, G; Heffner, HE
      Audiograms of five species of rodents: implications for the evolution of hearing and the perception of pitch

      HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Hemila, S; Nummela, S; Reuter, T
      Modeling whale audiograms: effects of bone mass on high-frequency hearing

      HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Flydal, K; Hermansen, A; Enger, PS; Reimers, E
      Hearing in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Mateijsen, DJM; Van Hengel, PWJ; Van Huffelen, WM; Wit, HP; Albers, FWJ
      Pure-tone and speech audiometry in patients with Meniere's disease

      CLINICAL OTOLARYNGOLOGY
    6. Akagi, H; Yuen, K; Maeda, Y; Fukushima, K; Kariya, S; Orita, Y; Kataoka, Y; Ogawa, T; Nishizaki, K
      Meniere's disease in childhood

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY
    7. Haginomori, SI; Makimoto, K; Tanaka, H; Araki, M; Takenaka, H
      Spontaneous otoacoustic emissions in humans with endolymphatic hydrops

      LARYNGOSCOPE
    8. van Schijndel, NH; Houtgast, T; Festen, JM
      Effects of degradation of intensity, time, or frequency content on speech intelligibility for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listener

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    9. Aizenbud, D; Hefer, T; Rachmiel, A; Figueroa, AA; Joachims, HZ; Laufer, D
      A possible otological complication due to maxillary expansion in a cleft lip and palate patient

      CLEFT PALATE-CRANIOFACIAL JOURNAL
    10. Andrews, JC; Bohmer, A; Hoffman, L; Strelioff, D
      Auditory threshold and inner ear pressure: Measurements in experimental endolymphatic hydrops

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OTOLOGY
    11. Elepfandt, A; Eistetter, I; Fleig, A; Gunther, E; Hainich, M; Hepperle, S; Traub, B
      Hearing threshold and frequency discrimination in the purely aquatic frog Xenopus laevis (pipidae): Measurement by means of conditioning

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Schoonhoven, R; Lamore, PJJ; de Laat, JAPM; Grote, JJ
      Long-term audiometric follow-up of click-evoked auditory brainstem response in hearing impaired infants

      AUDIOLOGY
    13. Kakigi, A; Hirakawa, H; Harel, N; Mount, RJ; Harrison, RV
      Tonotopic mapping in auditory cortex of the adult chinchilla with amikacin-induced cochlear lesions

      AUDIOLOGY
    14. Noguchi, Y; Komatsuzaki, A; Nishida, H
      Electrocochleographic study in patients with vestibular schwannomas and U-shaped audiograms

      AUDIOLOGY
    15. Versfeld, NJ; Daalder, L; Festen, JM; Houtgast, T
      Method for the selection of sentence materials for efficient measurement of the speech reception threshold

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    16. Ries, DT; Rickert, M; Schlauch, RS
      The peaked audiometric configuration in Meniere's disease: Disease related?

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    17. Esser, KH; Eiermann, A
      Tonotopic organization and parcellation of auditory cortex in the FM-bat Carollia perspicillata

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. O'Beirne, GA; Patuzzi, RB
      Basic properties of the sound-evoked post-auricular muscle response (PAMR)

      HEARING RESEARCH
    19. Hemila, S; Nummela, S; Reuter, T
      A model of the odontocete middle ear

      HEARING RESEARCH
    20. Rance, G; Beer, DE; Cone-Wesson, B; Shepherd, RK; Dowell, RC; King, AM; Rickards, FW; Clark, GM
      Clinical findings for a group of infants and young children with auditory neuropathy

      EAR AND HEARING
    21. MacDonald, CB; Bauer, PW; Cox, LC; McMahon, L
      Otologic findings in a pediatric cohort with sickle cell disease

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY
    22. Kringlebotn, M
      A graphical method for calculating the speech intelligibility index and measuring hearing disability from audiograms

      SCANDINAVIAN AUDIOLOGY
    23. Tognola, G; Grandori, F; Avan, P; Ravazzani, P; Bonfils, P
      Frequency-specific information from click evoked otoacoustic emissions in noise-induced hearing loss

      AUDIOLOGY
    24. Horst, JW; de Kleine, E
      Audiogram fine structure and spontaneous otoacoustic emissions in patientswith Meniere's disease

      AUDIOLOGY
    25. Schoonhoven, R; Lamore, PJJ; de Laat, JAPM; Grote, JJ
      The prognostic value of electrocochleography in severely hearing-impaired infants

      AUDIOLOGY
    26. Kastak, D; Schusterman, RJ
      In-air and underwater hearing sensitivity of a northern elephant seal (Mirounga angustirostris)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    27. Choi, SS; Pafitis, IA; Zalzal, GH; Herer, GR; Patel, KM
      Clinical applications of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions in the pediatric population

      ANNALS OF OTOLOGY RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY
    28. Zhao, F; Stephens, D
      Audioscan testing in patients with King-Kopetzky syndrome

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    29. Fujieda, S
      Hearing response to sweeping sound in bastard halibut Paralichthys olivaceus

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    30. Koay, G; Heffner, RS; Heffner, HE
      Hearing in a megachiropteran fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    31. Leeuw, AR; Dreschler, WA
      The relation between otoacoustic emissions and the broadening of the auditory filter for higher levels

      HEARING RESEARCH
    32. RANCE G; DOWELL RC; RICKARDS FW; BEER DE; CLARK GM
      STEADY-STATE EVOKED-POTENTIAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEARING THRESHOLDS IN A GROUP OF CHILDREN WITH ABSENT CLICK-EVOKED AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE

      Ear and hearing
    33. LARSBY B; ARLINGER S
      A METHOD FOR EVALUATING TEMPORAL, SPECTRAL AND COMBINED TEMPORAL-SPECTRAL RESOLUTION OF HEARING

      Scandinavian audiology
    34. OBRIST MK; WENSTRUP JJ
      HEARING AND HUNTING IN RED BATS (LASIURUS-BOREALIS, VESPERTILIONIDAE)- AUDIOGRAM AND EAR PROPERTIES

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    35. DON M; PONTON CW; EGGERMONT JJ; KWONG B
      THE EFFECTS OF SENSORY HEARING-LOSS ON COCHLEAR FILTER TIMES ESTIMATED FROM AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE LATENCIES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    36. KASTAK D; SCHUSTERMAN RJ
      LOW-FREQUENCY AMPHIBIOUS HEARING IN PINNIPEDS - METHODS, MEASUREMENTS, NOISE, AND ECOLOGY

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    37. JIANG ZD
      MATURATION OF PERIPHERAL AND BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY FUNCTION IN THE FIRST YEAR FOLLOWING PERINATAL ASPHYXIA - A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    38. HARADA T; TOKURIKI M
      EFFECTS OF CLICK INTENSITY AND FREQUENCY ON THE BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX-JACCHUS)

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    39. MULLER M; SMOLDERS JWT; ZUMGOTTESBERGE AMM; REUTER A; ZWACKA RM; WEIHER H; KLINKE R
      LOSS OF AUDITORY FUNCTION IN TRANSGENIC MPVL7-DEFICIENT MICE

      Hearing research
    40. BRUCKMANN G; BURDA H
      HEARING IN BLIND SUBTERRANEAN ZAMBIAN MOLE-RATS (CRYPTOMYS SP) - COLLECTIVE BEHAVIORAL AUDIOGRAM IN A HIGHLY SOCIAL RODENT

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    41. BERTOLI S; PROBST R
      THE ROLE OF TRANSIENT-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION TESTING IN THE EVALUATION OF ELDERLY PERSONS

      Ear and hearing
    42. ANDREWS JC
      LABORATORY EXPERIENCE WITH EXPERIMENTAL ENDOLYMPHATIC HYDROPS

      Otolaryngologic clinics of North America
    43. BOATRIGHTHOROWITZ SS; SIMMONS AM
      TRANSIENT DEAFNESS ACCOMPANIES AUDITORY DEVELOPMENT DURING METAMORPHOSIS FROM TADPOLE TO FROG

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. FORREST TG; READ MP; FARRIS HE; HOY RR
      A TYMPANAL HEARING ORGAN IN SCARAB BEETLES

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    45. MURAI K
      INVESTIGATION OF THE 4,000-HERTZ DIP BY DETAILED AUDIOMETRY

      The Annals of otology, rhinology & laryngology
    46. COHEN M; FRANCIS M; COFFEY R; PEMBREY ME; LUXON LM
      ABNORMAL AUDIOGRAMS AND ELEVATED ACOUSTIC REFLEX THRESHOLDS IN OBLIGATE CARRIERS OF AUTOSOMAL RECESSIVE NON-SYNDROMIC HEARING-LOSS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    47. HENRY KR
      TUNING CURVES OF THE DIFFERENCE TONE AUDITORY-NERVE NEUROPHONIC

      Hearing research
    48. FAULSTICH M; KOSSL M; REIMER K
      ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR COCHLEAR MECHANICS IN THE MARSUPIAL MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA - ANCESTRAL AND MODERN MAMMALIAN FEATURES

      Hearing research
    49. KENYON TN
      ONTOGENIC CHANGES IN THE AUDITORY-SENSITIVITY OF DAMSELFISHES (POMACENTRIDAE)

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    50. FEHMWOLFSDORF G; NAGEL D
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GLUCOCORTICOIDS ON HUMAN AUDITORY-PERCEPTION

      Biological psychology
    51. HARADA T
      PATTERNS OF HEARING RECOVERY IN IDIOPATHIC SUDDEN SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS

      British journal of audiology
    52. SHAW GM; JARDINE CA; FRIDJHON P
      A PILOT INVESTIGATION OF HIGH-FREQUENCY AUDIOMETRY IN OBSCURE AUDITORY DYSFUNCTION (OAD) PATIENTS

      British journal of audiology
    53. JOB A; BULAND F; MAUMET L; PICARD J
      VISAUDIO - A WINDOWS SOFTWARE APPLICATION FOR BEKESY AUDIOGRAM ANALYSIS AND HEARING RESEARCH

      Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
    54. WATSON DR; MCCLELLAND RJ; ADAMS DA
      AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE SCREENING FOR HEARING-LOSS IN HIGH-RISK NEONATES

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    55. JIANG ZD; TIERNEY TS
      LONG-TERM EFFECT OF PERINATAL AND POSTNATAL ASPHYXIA ON DEVELOPING HUMAN AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES - BRAIN-STEM IMPAIRMENT

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    56. BOWATER RJ; COPAS JB; MACHADO OA; DAVIS AC
      HEARING IMPAIRMENT AND THE LOG-NORMAL DISTRIBUTION

      Applied Statistics
    57. WATSON DR
      THE EFFECTS OF COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS, AGE AND SEX ON THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE

      Audiology
    58. KRAMER SE; KAPTEYN TS; FESTEN JM; TOBI H
      THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED HEARING DISABILITY AND MEASURES OF AUDITORY DISABILITY

      Audiology
    59. REIMER K; URBANEK P; BUSSLINGER M; EHRET G
      NORMAL BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN PAX5-DEFICIENT MICE DESPITE MORPHOLOGIC ALTERATIONS IN THE AUDITORY MIDBRAIN REGION

      Audiology
    60. KATSARKAS A
      HEARING-LOSS AND VESTIBULAR DYSFUNCTION IN MENIERES-DISEASE

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    61. REIMER K
      ONTOGENY OF HEARING IN THE MARSUPIAL, MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA, AS REVEALED BY BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Hearing research
    62. AITKIN L
      THE AUDITORY NEUROBIOLOGY OF MARSUPIALS - A REVIEW

      Hearing research
    63. BOATRIGHTHOROWITZ SS; SIMMONS AM
      POSTMETAMORPHIC CHANGES IN AUDITORY-SENSITIVITY OF THE BULLFROG MIDBRAIN

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    64. POST KD; EISENBERG MB; CATALANO PJ
      HEARING PRESERVATION IN VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMA SURGERY - WHAT FACTORS INFLUENCE OUTCOME

      Journal of neurosurgery
    65. REIMER K
      HEARING IN THE MARSUPIAL MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA AS DETERMINED BY AUDITORY-EVOKED BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES

      Audiology
    66. FAUSTI SA; MITCHELL CR; FREY RH; HENRY JA; OCONNOR JL; PHILLIPS DS
      RELIABILITY OF AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES FROM SEQUENCED HIGH-FREQUENCY (GREATER-THAN-OR-EQUAL-TO-8KHZ) TONEBURSTS

      Audiology
    67. DELTENRE P; MANSBACH AL
      EFFECTS OF CLICK POLARITY ON BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS INCOCHLEAR HEARING LOSS - A WORKING HYPOTHESIS

      Audiology
    68. SIMS MH; ROGERS RK; THELIN JW
      TRANSIENTLY EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN DOGS

      Progress in veterinary neurology
    69. FROST SB; MASTERTON RB
      HEARING IN PRIMITIVE MAMMALS - MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA AND MARMOSA ELEGANS

      Hearing research
    70. BACKOFF PM; CASPARY DM
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES IN FISCHER-344 RATS - EFFECTS OF RATE AND INTENSITY

      Hearing research
    71. HEFFNER RS; HEFFNER HE; CONTOS C; KEARNS D
      HEARING IN PRAIRIE DOGS - TRANSITION BETWEEN SURFACE AND SUBTERRANEANRODENTS

      Hearing research
    72. HEFFNER HE; HEFFNER RS; CONTOS C; OTT T
      AUDIOGRAM OF THE HOODED NORWAY RAT

      Hearing research
    73. YAGI M; HARADA T; YAMASOBA T; KIKUCHI S
      CLINICAL-FEATURES OF IDIOPATHIC BILATERAL SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS

      ORL
    74. MUSIEK FE; SMURZYNSKI J; BORNSTEIN SP
      OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS TESTING IN ADULTS - AN OVERVIEW

      The American journal of otology
    75. BEATTIE RC; THIELEN KM; FRANZONE DL
      EFFECTS OF SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO ON THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE TO TONE BURSTS IN NOTCH NOISE AND BROAD-BAND NOISE

      Scandinavian audiology
    76. AITKIN LM; NELSON JE; SHEPHERD RK
      HEARING, VOCALIZATION AND THE EXTERNAL EAR OF A MARSUPIAL, THE NORTHERN QUOLL, DASYURUS-HALLUCATUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    77. MOULIN A; BERA JC; COLLET L
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AND SENSORINEURAL HEARING-LOSS

      Audiology
    78. LINAGRANADE G; COLLET L; MORGON A
      AUDITORY-EVOKED BRAIN-STEM RESPONSES ELICITED BY MAXIMUM-LENGTH SEQUENCES IN NORMAL AND SENSORINEURAL EARS

      Audiology
    79. ROBERTSON D; ANDERSON CJ
      ACUTE AND CHRONIC EFFECTS OF UNILATERAL ELIMINATION OF AUDITORY-NERVEACTIVITY ON SUSCEPTIBILITY TO TEMPORARY DEAFNESS INDUCED BY LOUD SOUND IN THE GUINEA-PIG

      Brain research
    80. LIU XZ; XU LR
      NONSYNDROMIC HEARING-LOSS - AN ANALYSIS OF AUDIOGRAMS

      The Annals of otology, rhinology & laryngology
    81. MURAI K; TSUIKI T; KUSANO H; SHISHIDO K
      CLINICAL-STUDY OF AUDIOGRAMS IN THE INITIAL-STAGE AND FIXED STAGE OF SUDDEN DEAFNESS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    82. SAEKI N; KITAHARA M
      ASSESSMENT OF PROGNOSIS IN SUDDEN DEAFNESS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    83. TURNBULL SD; TERHUNE JM
      DESCENDING FREQUENCY SWEPT TONES HAVE LOWER THRESHOLDS THAN ASCENDINGFREQUENCY SWEPT TONES FOR A HARBOR SEAL (PHOCA-VITULINA) AND HUMAN LISTENERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    84. AXDORPH U; LAURELL G; BJORKHOLM M
      MONITORING OF HEARING DURING TREATMENT OF LEUKEMIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE USE OF AMIKACIN

      Journal of internal medicine
    85. TYMNIK G
      RELATION BETWEEN TONE AND SPEECH HEARING IN NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS - ESTIMATION OF A CHARACTERISTIC

      Laryngo-, Rhino-, Otologie
    86. COLLET L; GARTNER M; VEUILLET E; MOULIN A; MORGON A
      EVOKED AND SPONTANEOUS OTACOUSTIC EMISSIONS - A COMPARISON OF NEONATES AND ADULTS

      Brain & development
    87. LEVI EC; FOLSOM RC; DOBIE RA
      AMPLITUDE-MODULATION FOLLOWING RESPONSE (AMFR) - EFFECTS OF MODULATION RATE, CARRIER FREQUENCY, AGE, AND STATE

      Hearing research
    88. TRUY E; VEUILLET E; COLLET L; MORGON A
      CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSIENT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN PATIENTS WITH SUDDEN IDIOPATHIC HEARING-LOSS

      British journal of audiology
    89. VAUGHANJONES RH; PADGHAM ND; CHRISTMAS HE; IRWIN J; DOIG MA
      ONE AID OR 2 - MORE VISITS PLEASE

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    90. JANSSEN EA; BROCAAR MP; VANZANTEN GA
      THE MASKED THRESHOLD TO NOISE RATIO IN BRAIN-STEM ELECTRIC-RESPONSE AUDIOMETRY - ASSESSMENT OF THE CONDUCTIVE LOSS COMPONENT BY BONE-CONDUCTED MASKING

      Audiology
    91. PASCUALLEONE A; HOUSER CM; REESE K; SHOTLAND LI; GRAFMAN J; SATO S; VALLSSOLE J; BRASILNETO JP; WASSERMANN EM; COHEN LG; HALLETT M
      SAFETY OF RAPID-RATE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION IN NORMAL VOLUNTEERS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    92. TURNBULL SD; TERHUNE JM
      REPETITION ENHANCES HEARING DETECTION THRESHOLDS IN A HARBOR SEAL (PHOCA-VITULINA)

      Canadian journal of zoology


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