Rinne's test

Rin·ne's test

(rĭn′ēz, -əz)
n.
A hearing test in which a vibrating tuning fork is held against the mastoid process until the sound is lost and then brought close to the auditory orifice.
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Rinne's test was negative on the right and positive on the left.
With a 512-Hz tuning fork, Rinne's test was positive bilaterally, and Weber's test revealed that the sound was louder on the left side, indicating a right-sided sensorineural hearing loss.
A Rinne's test was positive bilaterally, and a Weber's s test lateralized to the left.
The patient's Weber's test was lateralized to the right, and the Rinne's test was positive on both sides.