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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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.
Diagnostic audiometry was administered by a certified audiologist (R.
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