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Moving from Bedside to Clinic: Electrocochleography Applications
by Wafaa Kaf, PhD
Although ECochG technique is not one of the most common audiological assessments in clinical settings, it has a range of valuable clinical applications in the evaluation of the inner ear and auditory nerve function.
The “No Longer Hidden” Hearing Loss and Audiology: Bridging the Research-Clinic Gap
by Adam Sheppard, PhD Candidate
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.