Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The testing of the sense of hearing, especially by means of the audiometer.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun the measurement of hearing.
  • noun measuring sensitivity of hearing.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun medicine The quantitative assessment of a person's hearing ability, especially by means of an audiometer.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the measurement of hearing
  • noun measuring sensitivity of hearing

Etymologies

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audio- + -metry

Examples

  • This polyclinic will offer the following services: Medical services for pre-employment checkups, periodic checkups and ambulatory services in various pathologies, nursing, dental services, audiometry, and clinical laboratory and other labor medicine.

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  • Al Raffah Hospital's ENT department announces latest facility on audiometry

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  • All new entrants must have hearing acuity assessed by pure tone audiometry.

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  • COIMBATORE: When Anita Evangeline, a person with hearing impairment, wanted to get an audiometry test done at the Coimbatore Government Medical College Hospital, she was asked to go to Tirupur.

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  • In its early stages, noise-induced hearing loss is detectable by audiometry (hearing testing) and preventable.

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  • In its early stages, noise-induced hearing loss is detectable by audiometry (hearing testing) and preventable.

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  • All new entrants must have hearing acuity assessed by pure tone audiometry.

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  • In its early stages, noise-induced hearing loss is detectable by audiometry (hearing testing) and preventable.

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  • Treated men also had more hearing impairment, as measured by audiometry, particularly those who had received dose-intensive chemotherapy.

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  • Treated men also had more hearing impairment, as measured by audiometry, particularly those who had received dose-intensive chemotherapy.

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