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a graphical representation of a person's auditory sensitivity to sound

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14],[15] The patterns of hearing loss have been categorized into five audiogram configurations: (1) ascending (the average threshold between 0.
Audiogram demonstrates mild to moderate bilateral sensorineural hearing loss.
Pure Tone Audiogram was performed, which showed conductive hearing loss (Figure-4).
Audiometric response was defined as a hearing threshold recovery of >15 dB at any frequency of the pure-tone audiogram.
Age related hearing loss is most common and it is difficult to differentiate occupational hearing loss from that caused by aging but thorough history and previous audiograms can help.
Because the most recent audiograms for workers were used to characterize hearing impairment, the DALY results are an estimate of the annual number of DALYs per 1,000 workers in the year of the last audiogram, and a minimum estimate of DALYs in following years.
Pre-operative audiogram and x-ray mastoid were done for all the selected cases in outdoor and patients were booked for surgery.
The conventional pure tone audiogram is considered the gold standard test to determine hearing handicap.
However, in those who have ongoing attacks of vertigo, permanent loss of function may initially only be detected by audiogram or caloric testing.
I take her through the results plotted on a graph we use, called an audiogram, and explain why the results show she has some hearing loss.
An audiogram (hearing test) and electronystagmography (ENG) record the function of the hearing and balance systems.
Participants' hearing thresholds were examined to determine whether they met the criterion for hearing loss: a pure tone audiogram averaged across .
The baseline audiogram serves as the reference point for all subsequent hearing tests and allows for changes in hearing sensitivity at a given frequency to be documented.
I had an audiogram in May and learned I didn't have hearing loss as much as I had tinnitus, and the left-ear ringing starts at 3,000 Hz and drops steeply to severe in the 6,000 to 8,000 Hz range.