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Phasic audiometry in differential diagnosis of sensorineural hearing loss of different etiology

Phasic audiometry in differential diagnosis of sensorineural hearing loss of different etiology

Vestnik Otorinolaringologii 2001(6): 13-16

An original method of differential diagnosis of neurosensory hypoacusis of different etiology is proposed. It is based on registration of the threshold of hearing a short signal moving from 0 degree to 360 degrees against the fluctuation phase of the masking low-frequency tone. In hydrops of the labyrinth phasic audiogram presents as a straight line and demonstrates the lack of auditory thresholds modulation.

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