evoked response audiometry


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evoked response audiometry

a method of testing hearing ability at the level of the brainstem and auditory cortex. Evoked response audiometry is useful in diagnosing possible defects in the vestibulocochlear nerve and brainstem auditory pathways.

evoked response audiometry

A computer-aided technique to average the brain's response to latency of auditory stimuli. Auditory brainstem evoked response (ABER), one kind of this type of audiometry, is used to test the hearing of those, esp. children, who cannot be tested in the usual manner.
Synonym: brainstem evoked response audiometry
See also: audiometry
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Identification of hearing impairment by brainstem evoked response audiometry in high risk infants developing auditory deficits and its future consequences.
The evoked potentials of the first 10 ms, that is, short latency response, is commonly known as brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA).
Short Latency Response (SLR) is popularity known as Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA).
Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BAER) in neonates with hyper bilirubinemia.