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Thus, for each participating elerly individual we have one number for the average auditory threshold, and one for SRPI.
Table 1: Auditory threshold mean at different frequencies (N=16) Frequency 250 Hz 500 Hz Right ear threshold 15.
Subsequently, auditory thresholds were investigated and Speech Recognition Percentage Index (SRPI) with figures, in an acoustically treated room, at loudspeaker, in a free field system for both groups.
Similarly, in our study the auditory threshold in relation to duration of diabetic mellitus indicates that cases above 5 years of duration had increased auditory threshold.
These hormones not only modify the taste, olfactory and auditory thresholds but also the threshold for light touch and two-point discrimination.
Increasingly smaller movements were made toward and away from the source of sound to locate precisely the distance of auditory threshold.
Longitudinal study of hearing in children: Baseline data concerning auditory threshold, noise exposure, and biological factors.
Effect of absence of cochlear outer hair cells on behavioural auditory threshold.
Auditory steady-state response (ASSR) audiometry is a commercially available tool that is used to predict behavioral auditory threshold levels.
A series of publications from our laboratory have demonstrated that CO elevates sensitivity to permanent NIHL such that noise exposures that normally produce no permanent auditory threshold shift yield profound loss if CO is present along with the noise [5-11].
laboratory initiated an animal study to investigate the effects of transtympanic steroids on cochlear blood flow, auditory threshold sensitivity, and histology.
After 6 months of treatment the auditory threshold improved at higher frequencies (4000,6000,8000 Hz) in both fasting and postprandial blood sugar levels (P<0.