pure tone audiogram

pure tone au·di·o·gram

a chart of the thresholds for hearing at various frequencies usually expressed in decibels relative to normal thresholds and usually covering frequencies from 250-8000 Hz.

pure tone au·di·o·gram

(pyūr tōn aw'dē-ō-gram)
An audiogram in which the threshold for pure tone stimuli is charted in decibels of hearing level down the vertical axis, the horizontal axis being the frequency, which is usually measured in octave steps from 125 Hz-8 kHz.
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W Bo-Zhen for her excellent work in preparing the pure tone audiogram.
In pure tone audiogram, there was mild conductive type of hearing loss in right ear.
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The conventional pure tone audiogram is considered the gold standard test to determine hearing handicap.
A pure tone audiogram showed moderate combined hearing loss bilaterally.
In pure tone audiogram there was mild conductive type of hearing loss.
Pure tone audiogram was suggestive of sensorineural hearing loss in right ear with normal hearing on the left side.
Of the 927 people who were willing and able to take part in the E22 health examination, 723 volunteered to have a pure tone audiogram and all were asked to take the 25-item HHIE.
Testing procedure: Medically screened subjects underwent otoscopy and pure tone audiogram, followed by speech identification of five sentences presented monaurally to each ear at 35 dB HL above APTT (to confirm that patients could perceive and repeat the message when presented monaurally and to familiarize patients with the sentences).
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Among the 8 subjects who were assessed by ENT specialists, all were found to have hearing problems that correlated with BEAR results, either with the use of pure tone audiogram or clinical assessments.