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- n. The quantitative assessment of a person's hearing ability, especially by means of an audiometer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the measurement of hearing.
- n. measuring sensitivity of hearing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The testing of the sense of hearing, especially by means of the audiometer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the measurement of hearing
- n. measuring sensitivity of hearing
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.
Al Raffah Hospital's ENT department announces latest facility on audiometry
All new entrants must have hearing acuity assessed by pure tone audiometry.
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.
In its early stages, noise-induced hearing loss is detectable by audiometry (hearing testing) and preventable.
Treated men also had more hearing impairment, as measured by audiometry, particularly those who had received dose-intensive chemotherapy.
Pure tone audiometry and tympanometry tests and pneumatic otoscopy were performed on the children who were diagnosed as OME by otoscopic examination.
He said available tests and procedures would include EKG, X-ray, simple casting and splinting, vision screening, audiometry, nail removal, TB skin tests, ear irrigation, venipuncture and immunizations.
If yours is one of the many cases where determining the root cause proves to be difficult, a specialized test may have to be conducted, which could either be X-rays, audiogram, evoked response audiometry, and residual inhibition, among others.
Toth’s military medical records showed yearly audiometry exams, all of which reflected that Toth’s hearing was within normal limits.