evoked response

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e·voked re·sponse

n. respuesta evocada.
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B E R A (brain stem evoked response audiography) showed normal results.
KEY WORDS: Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry; Type II Diabetes Mellitus; Peripheral Neuropathy; Blood Glucose
Short Latency Response (SLR) is popularity known as Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA).
1B shows examples of QEDs recorded at a frame rate of 200 fps from a single evoked response. As at 30 fps, they appeared as chevrons, so their lifetime must be less than 2.5 ms.
IPLs value of waveforms of brain-stem auditory evoked response in females is shorter as compared to men.
Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BAER) in neonates with hyper bilirubinemia.
We assessed the evolution of children with delayed maturation of auditory pathways by brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA).
Brainstem evoked response audiometry: The variantions in latencies and amplitude of normal subjects of different sex and age group.
B Mokotoff, C Schulmann--Galambos, R Galambos (3) presented evaluation of the peripheral auditory system attempted in 81 infants and children using an electrophysiological response, the brain stem auditory evoked response (BERA).
A thorough neuro-otologic examination must be performed; this examination should include an audiogram for pure tones and speech, auditory evoked response potentials, and vestibular tests, usually including alternate bilateral bithermal caloric testing.