Otoacoustic emissions : clinical applications


Otoacoustic emissions : clinical applications

edited by Martin S. Robinette and Theodore J. Glattke

Thieme, 1997

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Includes bibliographical references and index



The method of otoacoustic emissions was first developed in 1978 and is the first, independent, non-invasive, completely objective measurement of inner ear function. This test is effective in confirming normal hearing and is being considered as the standard of care for infant hearing screening. This volume describes the scientific basis of otoacoustic emissions instrumentation, interpretation of test results, and the role of otoacoustic emissions in various patient populations. The essentials of different diagnosis is covered and illustrated with the text results (tracings).


  • Introduction: perspective. Part 1 Populations with normal hearing sensitivity: spontaneous evoked OAEs
  • distrotion product otoacoustic emissions
  • ipsilateral suppression of transient evoked OAEs. Part 2 Clinical populations: influence of middle-ear disease on OAEs
  • OAEs and audiometric outcomes
  • distortion product emissions and sensorineural hearing loss
  • contributions of evoked OAEs in differential diagnosis of retrocochloear disorders
  • neonatal screening via evoked OAEs
  • evoked OAEs in evaluating children. Part 3 Instrumentation review: general recording considerations and clinical instrument options
  • basic instrumentation issues in acquiring distortion product OAEs.

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