from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A graphic record of hearing ability for various sound frequencies that is used to measure hearing loss.
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- n. A graphical representation of the hearing ability of a person
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- n. a graphical representation of a person's auditory sensitivity to sound
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The examination of the ears was normal; his audiogram showed a conductive type of hearing loss and this was confirmed by tuning forks.
Mr. JOSH EVANS (Retired Marine Pilot): When I went to do my last audiogram, the guy showed me my results and he said, listen, your hearing loss right here.
On November 13, 2000, a physician at ENT Associates noted that CHILD was "obviously hearing better" and her audiogram was normal.
(Soundbite of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5) Dr. LIMB: What I did in these sound clips was take period recordings from period instruments and then alter them using a projected audiogram that profiles Beethoven's hearing loss in a chronologically appropriate manner.
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Since some children with a 22q11. 2 deletion may also have a hearing loss, your child may benefit from a hearing test (audiogram), as well.
It included an audiogram, an eye exam, and an exercise treadmill task.
"_Polaris_ unit reporting as ordered, sir," said Tom, handing over the audiogram order he had received the day before.
"The audiogram just said report back to the Academy immediately for assignment."
D., will explain how to read and understand audiogram results; attendees should bring a copy of their audiograms.