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audiogram

[′ȯd·ē·ō‚gram]
(acoustics)
A graph showing hearing loss, percent hearing loss, or percent hearing as a function of frequency.
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After adjusting for differences in demographics, the data support the finding that BSSHL is a relatively rare subtype of SSHL with more descending audiograms, inferior hearing outcomes, less chances of comorbid dyslipidemia, higher rates of preceding viral infections, and a lower level of immune markers, rather than a completely different disease entity compared to USSHL.
On the pre-treatment audiograms for the AIT group, 21 patients had symmetric thresholds and 18 had non-symmetric thresholds.
15] Demographic details such as age, gender, type and degree of hearing loss were retrieved from the audiogram copies.
A greater percentage of blast-exposed patients had developed an STS between their reference and subsequent audiograms than nonblast patients, but this difference was just shy of being statistically significant (P=.
The final sample included 1,413,789 audiograms for workers employed by 25,908 U.
An audiogram is particularly useful in a patient with vertigo; if normal in the setting of episodic vertigo, one might consider migraine rather than Meniere's disease.
The study's main finding is that although the teachers regarded themselves as being at low risk from their music-related noise exposure, the audiograms from 13 of 27 participants showed hearing loss.
A "screen failure" follow-up audiogram indicated the hearing shift was confined to the ultra-high frequencies in one ear.
Audiograms with sensorineural hearing loss were divided according to the degree of hearing loss, audiometric configurations and unilateral / bilateral hearing impairment.
23) The claimant received an award for hearing loss benefits because a post-incident audiogram documented an increase in hearing loss when compared to a pre-employment physical.
The inspections will be conducted over the next 12 months and include a review of medical files for occupational and non-occupational cases for 2007 and 2008, including 301 forms, worker's compensation forms, absentee reports and audiograms for a selected sample of employees.
Sample audiograms and case studies illustrate common hearing disorders.