pure tone


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Noun1.pure tone - a steady sound without overtones; "they tested his hearing with pure tones of different frequencies"
auditory sensation, sound - the subjective sensation of hearing something; "he strained to hear the faint sounds"
harmonic - a tone that is a component of a complex sound
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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.
In pure tone audiogram, there was mild conductive type of hearing loss in right ear.
As the human auditory system has the characteristics of frequency multiplication chaos, a pure tone has twice the frequency relationship of the human ear is not easy to distinguish.
Tenders are invited for Processing of dual channel pure tone clinical audiometer -02 nos,
The primary efficacy endpoint for the trial is the improvement of pure tone hearing thresholds from baseline to Day 28.
Ear examination and Pure Tone Audiometry was performed to rule out any profound hearing impairment.
However, a comparison of the average pure tone cut-off values at 0.
A qualified audiologist carried out pure tone audiometry (PTA) of all the workers in standard settings.
Still only a few of them address the relationship between hearing and cognition, going beyond hearing performance for pure tone, to also encompass speech recognition.
Dynamics of pure tone audiometry and DPOAE changes induced by glycerol in Meniere's disease.
The conventional pure tone audiogram is considered the gold standard test to determine hearing handicap.
The primary efficacy endpoint for the trial is the improvement of pure tone hearing thresholds from baseline to Day 28 at the average of the three most affected contiguous test frequencies.