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Mysteries of the Hearing Brain – EEG, ERP, ALR, ASSR, cABR – What Does It All Mean?
Due to the confusion of terms for various evoked potentials, in this column, Samira Anderson will clarify any confusion provide a brief history and summary of clinical uses of these potentials.
Ten Highlights from the History of Audiology: A Top-10 List of Events and Achievements in Audiology During the Last 75 years
Courtesy of our friends at the Hearing Review, James Jerger gives us Ten Highlights from the History of Audiology.
The “No Longer Hidden” Hearing Loss and Audiology: Bridging the Research-Clinic Gap
Adam Sheppard explores the issue of acquired hearing loss and why it requires a drastic need for alterations in the test measures that are included in “comprehensive evaluations.” Luckily, the disorder can be detected with already developed and readily available clinical measures. We can now say that the “hidden hearing loss” is no longer hidden.
Vestibular Schwannomas or Acoustic Neuromas by Another Name
John Rutka tell us about vestibular schwannomas.
The Auditory Brainstem Response: Still an Important Tool for Neurodiagnostics!
The authors examine using electrophysiological testing for screening, diagnostics and providing useful functional data for disease monitoring and outcome measures.