auditory sensation

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Pitch comparisons of acoustically and electrically evoked auditory sensations.
One of these effects is an auditory sensation that occurs as a result of the thermoelastic expansion of cerebral tissues, which causes a slight but sudden increase in temperature secondary to the absorption of the incident energy.
They pointed out that our understanding of the molecular biology of auditory sensation and hearing loss is expanding exponentially, and it will soon change how otolaryngologists diagnose and possibly treat sensorineural hearing loss.
We were thus able to reprogram all electrodes without stimulating the facial nerve, while still providing a true auditory sensation (except for the most apical electrodes).
When working with music, dancers can be overwhelmed by their auditory sensations.