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*  Sensorineural hearing loss
There are also other kinds of audiometry designed to test hearing acuity rather than sensitivity (speech audiometry), or to ... Other tests, such as oto-acoustic emissions, acoustic stapedial reflexes, speech audiometry and evoked response audiometry are ... Tympanometry and speech audiometry may be helpful. Testing is performed by an audiologist. There is no proven or recommended ... and difficulty understanding speech. Similar symptoms are also associated with other kinds of hearing loss; audiometry or other ...
*  CLRN1
2005). "Serial audiometry and speech recognition findings in Finnish Usher syndrome type III patients". Audiol. Neurootol. 10 ( ...
*  Vertigo
Tests of auditory system (hearing) function include pure tone audiometry, speech audiometry, acoustic reflex, ... Central vertigo may have accompanying neurologic deficits (such as slurred speech and double vision), and pathologic nystagmus ...
*  Balance disorder
Tests of auditory system (hearing) function include pure-tone audiometry, speech audiometry, acoustic-reflex, ...
*  Hearing loss
In conjunction with speech audiometry, it may indicate central auditory processing disorder, or the presence of a schwannoma or ... As the name implies, a speech-in-noise test gives an indication of how well one can understand speech in a noisy environment. A ... As such, speech-in-noise tests can provide valuable information about a person's hearing ability, and can be used to detect the ... Speech perception - Another aspect of hearing involves the perceived clarity of a word rather than the amplitude of sound made ...
*  Velopharyngeal insufficiency
Often visualization is combined with audiometry or speech analyzation. Nasoendoscopy is a non-radiographic technique in which ... The first thing that is evaluated is the quality of speech of the patient, also known as speech analysis. To come to the right ... The speech scientist listens to the voice, articulation, motor speech and the velopharyngeal function of the patient. The main ... The patient can learn to pronounce the words better with the help of a speech therapist. Also a speech therapist can help a ...
*  Presbycusis
... or audiologist including pure tone audiometry and speech recognition may be used to determine the extent and nature of hearing ... Pure-tone audiometry for air conduction thresholds at 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz is traditionally used to classify the degree of ... Tanakan was found to decrease the intensity of tympanitis and improve speech and hearing in aged patients, giving rise to the ... Patients typically express a decreased ability to understand speech. Once the loss has progressed to the 2-4kHz range, there is ...
*  KPC Medical College and Hospital
Sensitivity FNAC Lipid Profile Test LFT Speech Therapy Audiometry The departments in KPC Medical College are as follows: ...
*  Audiometry
Speech audiometry also facilitates audiological rehabilitation management. Speech audiometry may include: Speech awareness ... Audiometry of children Conditioned play audiometry Behavioral observation audiometry Visual reinforcement audiometry Objective ... Speech audiometry also provides information regarding discomfort or tolerance to speech stimuli and information on word ... tuning curve test Speech audiometry is a diagnostic hearing test designed to test word or speech recognition. It has become a ...
*  Stimulus modality
Some hearing tests include the whispered speech test, pure tone audiometry, the tuning fork test, speech reception and word ... During a whispered speech test, the participant is asked to cover the opening of one ear with a finger. The tester will then ... In pure tone audiometry, an audiometer is used to play a series of tones using headphones. The participants listen to the tones ... Speech recognition and word recognition tests measure how well an individual can hear normal day-to-day conversation. The ...
*  Auditory brainstem response
Previously, brainstem audiometry has been used for hearing aid selection by using normal and pathological intensity-amplitude ... The transmitting coil, also an external component transmits the information from the speech processor through the skin using ... Advantages of hearing aid selection by brainstem audiometry include the following applications: evaluation of loudness ... Kiebling J (1982). "Hearing Aid Selection by Brainstem Audiometry". Scandinavian Audiology. 11: 269-275. Billings CJ, Tremblay ...
*  Pure tone audiometry
... whereas Factor D affected speech intelligibility by distorting the speech. Speech recognition threshold (SRT) is defined as the ... such as behavioral observation audiometry, visual reinforcement audiometry and play audiometry. Conventional audiometry tests ... These factors were named Factor A and Factor D. Factor A affected speech intelligibility by attenuating the speech, ... "High-frequency audiometry in young and older adults when conventional audiometry is normal". Brazilian journal of ...
*  Audiology and hearing health professionals in developed and developing countries
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (ASHA) (1985). Guidelines for identification audiometry. ASHA, 27(5), 49-52. ... Pure-tone audiometry screening, in which there is typically no attempt to find threshold, has been found to accurately assess ... In regards to the pass/fail criteria for hearing screenings, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) guidelines ... Furthermore, research has shown the importance of early intervention during the critical period of speech and language ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E01)
... audiometry, pure-tone MeSH E01.370.382.375.060.060 --- audiometry, speech MeSH E01.370.382.375.060.060.750 --- speech ... audiometry MeSH E01.370.382.375.060.050 --- audiometry, evoked response MeSH E01.370.382.375.060.055 --- ... speech articulation tests MeSH E01.450.150.100 --- blood chemical analysis MeSH E01.450.150.100.100 --- blood gas analysis MeSH ... discrimination tests MeSH E01.370.382.375.060.060.760 --- speech reception threshold test MeSH E01.370.382.375.200 --- dichotic ...
*  Assistive technology
... usually with the aim of making speech more intelligible, and to correct impaired hearing as measured by audiometry. This type ... and speech to text. Supports for reading include the use of text to speech (TTS) software and font modification via access to ... or they can be advanced speech generating devices, based on speech synthesis, that are capable of storing hundreds of phrases ... Sources American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (2005). "Roles and Responsibilities of Speech-Language Pathologists With ...
*  Assistive Technology for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
... usually with the aim of making speech more intelligible, and to correct impaired hearing as measured by audiometry. Some ... Speech to text software is used when voice writers provide CART. C-Print is a speech-to-text (captioning) technology and ... and others use to convert speech to text. A trained operator uses keyboard or stenography methods to transcribe spoken speech ...
*  Auditory masking
... including pure tone audiometry, and the standard hearing test to test each ear unilaterally and to test speech recognition in ... It is also used in various kinds of audiometry, ... person in distinguishing between different consonants in speech ...
*  Vestibular schwannoma
It involves a reduction in sound level, speech understanding and hearing clarity. In about 70 percent of cases there is a high ... Pure tone audiometry should be performed to effectively evaluate hearing in both ears. In some clinics the clinical criteria ... Routine auditory tests may reveal a loss of hearing and speech discrimination (the patient may hear sounds in that ear, but ...
*  Linguistic development of Genie
Audiometry tests confirmed Genie had regular hearing in both ears, doctors found no physical or mental deficiencies explaining ... She never used them in her own speech but appeared to understand them, and while she was generally better with the suffix -est ... During this time Genie also used a few verb infinitives in her speech, in all instances clearly treating them as one word, and ... These aspects of speech are typically either bilateral or originate in the right hemisphere, and split-brain and ...
*  Real ear measurement
Speech mapping (also known as output-based measures) involves testing with a speech or speech-like signal. The hearing aid is ... Audiometry Hearing impairment Stach, Brad (2003). Comprehensive Dictionary of Audiology (2nd ed.). Clifton Park NY: Thompson ... Using a real speech signal to test a hearing aid has the advantage that features that may need to be disabled in other test ... The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and American Academy of Audiology (AAA) recommend real ear measures as ...
*  Intelligibility (communication)
However, "infinite peak clipping of shouted speech makes it almost as intelligible as normal speech." Clear speech is used when ... and audiometry. Intelligibility is negatively impacted by background noise and too much reverberation. The relationship between ... Such speech has increased intelligibility compared to normal speech. It is not only louder but the frequencies of its phonetic ... Additionally, different speech sounds make use of different parts of the speech frequency spectrum, so a continuous background ...
*  Audiometer
Bekesy audiometry typically yields lower thresholds and standard deviations than pure tone audiometry. Audiometer requirements ... An audiometer typically transmits recorded sounds such as pure tones or speech to the headphones of the test subject at varying ... Audiology Audiogram Audiometry Hearing test Pure tone audiometry IEC 60645-1. (November 19, 2001) "Audiometers. Pure-tone ... The most common type of audiometer generates pure tones, or transmits parts of speech. Another kind of audiometer is the Bekesy ...
*  Tele-audiology
Georgeadis, A., Givens, G., Krumm, M., Mashimina, P., Torrens, J., and Brown, J. (2004) Speech-language pathologists providing ... Givens, G., Blanarovich, A., Murphy, T., Simmons, S., Balch, D., & Elangovan, S. (2003). Internet-based tele-audiometry System ... clinical services via Telepractice [Technical Report]. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Givens, G. & Elangovan, S ...
*  Hearing aid
The presence of multiple speech signals makes it difficult for the processor to correctly select the desired speech signal. ... One approach is audiometry which measures a subject's hearing levels in laboratory conditions. The threshold of audibility for ... If the desired speech arrives from the direction of steering and the noise is from a different direction, then compared to an ... For example, speech and ambient noise will be amplified together. On the other hand, DHA processes the sound using digital ...
*  Music-specific disorders
Symptoms of this disease vary from lack of basic melodic discrimination, recognition despite normal audiometry, above average ... Another conspicuous symptom of amusia is the ability of the affected individual to carry out normal speech, however, he or she ... that working memory mechanisms for pitch information over a short period of time may be different from those involved in speech ...
*  Acoustic reflex
G. Lidén; J. E. Hawkins; B. Nordlund (1964). "Significance of the Stapedius Reflex for the Understanding of Speech". Acta Oto- ... 267-9. ISBN 0-07-285293-3. "Impedance Audiometry". MedScape. W. Niemeyer (1971). "Relations between the Discomfort Level and ... According to the article Significance of the stapedius reflex for the understanding of speech, the latency of contraction is ... Tensor tympani Otoacoustic emission Equal-loudness contours Audiometry Hyperacusis Fox, Stuart (2006). Human Physiology (ninth ...