9781565938731

Handbook of Otoacoustic Emissions

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    9781565938731

  • ISBN10:

    1565938739

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-12-22
  • Publisher: Singular

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Summary

Designed to help readers gain the technical expertise to add this dynamic procedure to their daily practices, this new handbook details how, when and why to use OAE for pediatric and adult patients. Dr. Hall includes the latest "hands-on" advice for measurement, analysis, and interpretation of OAE data in this evolving procedure. Troubleshooting guidelines are also included, and practical case reports highlight common pathologies and applications. Reader friendly features abound - margin notes, chapter outlines, sidebar commentaries, and questions to check understanding of the material are included.

Author Biography

James W. Hall, III, Ph.D. is a Professor of Audiology in the Department of Communicative Disorders in the College of Health Professions of the University of Florida Health Sciences Center in Gainesville

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgments x
Dedication xiii
Otoacoustic Emissions: Then and Now
1(28)
Historical Overview
2(12)
Classification of OAEs
14(11)
Relation Between OAEs and Hearing Sensitivity
25(1)
Clinical Applications of OAEs
26(1)
Concluding Comments
26(3)
Anatomy and Physiology
29(38)
External Ear
30(3)
Middle Ear
33(3)
Cochlea
36(29)
Key References
65(2)
Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions (SOAEs)
67(28)
General Characteristics
69(5)
Measurement and Analysis
74(16)
SOAEs in Clinical Populations
90(2)
Key References
92(3)
Distortion Product and Transient Evoked OAEs: Measurement and Analysis
95(68)
Preparation and Setup
97(7)
DPOAE Measurement and Analysis
104(35)
TEOAE Measurement and Analysis
139(22)
Concluding Comments
161(2)
Distortion Product and Transient Evoked OAEs: Nonpathologic Factors Influencing Measurement
163(60)
Age
164(4)
Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions (SOAEs)
168(7)
Gender
175(6)
Ear Differences
181(1)
Diurnal (Time of Day) Effects
182(2)
Genetics
184(1)
Race
184(1)
Body Temperature
185(3)
Body Position
188(1)
State of Arousal and Attention
189(2)
Ear Canal Acoustics
191(12)
OAE Prevalence in Normal Ears Is Less Than 100%
203(1)
Contralateral and Ipsilateral Acoustic Suppression
204(16)
Final Comments
220(3)
Distortion Product and Transient Evoked OAEs: Effect of Peripheral Auditory Dysfunction and Hearing Loss
223(48)
The External Ear
224(2)
Middle Ear Dysfunction and Conductive Hearing Loss
226(11)
Cochlear Dysfunction and Sensory Hearing Loss
237(21)
Clinical Relation Between OAEs and Sensory Hearing Loss
258(13)
Manufacturers'Forum
271(118)
Introduction
272(1)
Bio-logic Systems Corporation
273(11)
Etymotic Research
284(7)
Grason Stadler Incorporated (GSI)
291(13)
Hortmann
304(7)
Intelligent Hearing Systems (IHS)
311(9)
Madsen Electronics
320(18)
Otodynamics Ltd. OAE Systems
338(24)
Oz Systems
362(5)
SonaMed Corporation
367(14)
Starkey Laboratories, Inc.
381(8)
Clinical Applications of OAEs in Children
389(92)
Newborn Hearing Screening
392(43)
Pediatric Diagnostic Assessment
435(4)
Auditory Neuropathy
439(21)
Hearing Screening: Preschool and School-aged Children
460(3)
Monitoring Cochlear Function in Ototoxicity
463(16)
Other Pediatric Applications of OAEs
479(2)
Clinical Applications of OAEs in Adults
481(64)
Noise-and Music-Induced Hearing Loss
484(12)
Case Reports
496(21)
Meniere's Disease
517(4)
Retrocochlear Auditory Dysfunction
521(6)
Malingering/Pseudohypacusis
527(3)
Tinnitus
530(11)
Miscellaneous Applications in Adults
541(4)
Future Clinical Directions
545(12)
Rethinking the Classification of OAEs
547(1)
Integration of ABR, Immittance, and OAEs (TEOAE and DPOAE) Technology
548(2)
Automated OAE Technology
550(1)
Novel Stimuli for OAE Measurement
551(1)
Multiple Length Sequence (MLS) Technique
552(1)
New Strategies for Measurement and Analysis of OAEs
553(3)
Sophisticated Analysis Strategies
556(1)
Closing Comment
556(1)
Appendix A: Normative Data for Otoacoustic 557(10)
Appendix B: Otoacoustic Emissions Quiz 567(6)
References 573(44)
Index 617

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