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Research on the auditory brainstem response and electrocochleogram in meniere's syndrome patients

Research on the auditory brainstem response and electrocochleogram in meniere's syndrome patients

Baiqiuen Yike Daxue Xuebao 12(2): 114-117

The auditory brain stem response (ABR) and electrocochleogram (ECochG) of Menier's syndrome patients were studied. The prolongation of wave I latency was observed in 75% of 56 ears (36 patients) of Meniere's syndrome patients. This was found to be more frequent than that in the other kinds of sensorineural deaf patients. The I-V interval and interaural latency difference (ILD) of Meniere's syndrome patients were within normal limits. Therefore, the abnormality of hearing is mainly in the cochlea and these values are important in the diagnosis of acoustic tumor. The prolongation of wave 1 (ABR) was accompanied by increase of SP/AP (ECochG) in most cases. It should be emphasized that ABR and ECochG should be recorded simultaneously.

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