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Reliability of Auditory steady-state response: Comparing thresholds of auditory steady-state response with auditory brainstem response in children with severe hearing loss.
The relative importance of head size, gender and age on the auditory brainstem response. Hear Res.
Comparison of auditory steady-state responses and auditory brainstem responses in audiometric assessment of adults with sensorineural hearing loss.
Preoperative characteristics of auditory brainstem response in acoustic neuroma with useful hearing: importance as a preliminary investigation for intraoperative monitoring.
Neonatal hearing screening using the auditory brainstem response. Clin otolaryngol 2000;25(1):66-70.
A guide to the positioning of brainstem implants using intraoperative electrical auditory brainstem responses. Adv Otorhinolaryngol 2006;64:154-66.
In this study, SDS in the audiometric test did not show retrocochlear involvement, but auditory brainstem response (ABR) assessment would have helped to distinguish not only the central pathways but also the brainstem neural integrity.
The Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) is a commonly used test that evaluates the integrity of the auditory nerve and brainstem structures, whereas measures from the auditory evoked late response reflect cortical processing [11].
Chapters cover aural immittance measures, otoacoustic emission, electrocochleography, auditory brainstem response, and auditory steady-state response, and give recommendations for objective identification and diagnosis of hearing loss.
All infants should be screened by a physiologic measure such as noninvasive otoacoustic emission (OAE) or auditory brainstem response (ABR) during the first month of life.