immittance


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im·mit·tance

 (ĭ-mĭt′ns)
n.
Electrical impedance or admittance.

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Revised, this edition updates, expands, and reorganizes material, including more exercises on areas like the properties of sound, anatomy/physiology, audiogram interpretation/description, and masking, as well as separate chapters on immittance and otoacoustic emissions and auditory brainstem responses.
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Thus, when monitoring the capacitance and tangent of the dielectric loss angle tg[delta] of the hull insulation system at frequency of 10 kHz (above resonant), the readings of the immittance meter become negative: C = -2.
Then 120 cases (240 ears) with complete data of pure tone audiometry and acoustic immittance test were selected as an AN1 group, which was compared with 30 patients (49 ears) with general sensorineural hearing loss (SHL) in regard to the results of pure tone audiometry and acoustic immittance test.
These tests, together with acoustic immittance testing, are used to determine the type and degree of hearing loss and help doctors to diagnose presbycusis.
Additionally, in order to discover possible auditory disorders and to investigate air conduction thresholds and speech audiometry, a Danplex model DA65 audiometer and a Siemens model SD50 immittance meter were used to measure tympanometry and acoustic reflexes.
The patients underwent pure-tone and acoustic immittance audiometric examinations to characterize tinnitus; those with conductive tinnitus were excluded, and patients with nervous tinnitus were selected.
High Precision Synthesis of a Richards Immittance via Parametric Approach, [Software], Available: www.
Physical examination, otoscopy, immittance testing, pure tone audiometric examination, and speech audiometry were performed on the three affected members to evaluate the auditory conditions.
Immittance audiometry, including tympanometry, ipsilateral and contralateral acoustic reflex thresholds, and contralateral acoustic reflex decay, were also completed.
18] However, immittance audiometry, otoacoustic emissions, a comprehensive case history, behavioural observation, and functional hearing measures should all be conducted or at least attempted to supplement the ABR results.