audiometrist


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au·di·om·e·trist

(aw'dē-om'ĕ-trist),
A person trained in the use of an audiometer in hearing testing.

au·di·om·e·trist

(aw'dē-om'ĕ-trist)
A person trained in the use of an audiometer in hearing testing.

au·di·om·e·trist

(aw'dē-om'ĕ-trist)
A person trained in the use of an audiometer in hearing testing.
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All patients were assessed by the same audiometrist. Acoustic reflexes were also measured using the same tympanometry device with a 226 Hz probe tone at 1000 Hz.
All patients were assessed by the same audiometrist. Subjects with a mean hearing threshold of <26 dB hearing level (dBHL) were considered to have normal hearing [5].
Pure-tone audiometries of all the patients were performed by the same audiometrist (VO).