diagnostic audiometry

di·ag·nos·tic au·di·om·e·try

measurement of hearing threshold levels and other parameters to determine the nature (for example, conductive, sensory, neural, or mixed) and degree of hearing impairment.
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(12-14) Current evidence suggests that automated audiometry is valid and reliable for diagnostic audiometry. (15)
[20] Portable audiometers are also becoming more advanced, and provide good-quality diagnostic audiometry in any environmental setting.
We conducted a study of patients who had undergone bilateral diagnostic audiometry at the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Oakland, Calif.
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