middle latency response


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middle latency response

a vertex positive peak response recorded from the auditory cortex of the brain 25-40 msec after the acoustic stimulus.

mid·dle la·ten·cy re·sponse

(mid'ĕl lā'tĕn-sē rĕ-spons')
A response to acoustic stimulation recorded from the auditory cortex of the brain.
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Effects of cochlear implant use on the electrically evoked middle latency response in children.
Effect of auditory training on the middle latency response in children with (central) auditory processing disorder.
Auditory Middle Latency Responses (AMLR): Objective test, in which bioelectrical responses captured by electrodes fixed in the right and left mastoid and in the forehead that occur between 10 and 80 ms after the auditory stimulus, characterized by negative peak (N) and positive peak (P) waves represented: Na, Pa, being Pa, more consistent and frequent, more suitable for diagnosis.
Finally, Table 5 shows the data from the collection of the Auditory Middle Latency Responses (AMLR).