Kemp echo

Kemp ech·o

(kemp ek'ō)
Phenomenon noted by David Kemp in 1978, i.e., that otoacoustic emissions are generated in the normal cochlea either spontaneously or in response to acoustic stimulation.
See also: otoacoustic emission
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