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Subclinical conductive hearing loss significantly reduces otoacoustic emission amplitude: Implications for test performance

Kreitmayer, Christoph ; Marcrum, Steven C. ; Picou, Erin M. ; Steffens, Thomas ; Kummer, Peter


Objectives: Distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) are a time-efficient, non-invasive means of assessing the integrity of active inner ear mechanics. Unfortunately, the presence of even relatively minor conductive hearing loss (CHL) has been suggested to reduce the clinical utility of DPOAEs significantly. The primary aims of this study were to systematically evaluate the impact of CHL ...


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