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The Acoustic Reflex

Basic Principles and Clinical Applications

Book1984

Edited by:

SHLOMO SILMAN

The Acoustic Reflex

Basic Principles and Clinical Applications

Book1984

 

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The Acoustic Reflex discusses the acoustic reflex - its magnitude in differential diagnosis, threshold, latency, and other related topics. The book covers different topics such as ... read full description

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    1 - Neurophysiological Basis of the Acoustic Middle-Ear Reflex

    AAGE R. MØLLER

    Pages 1-34

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    2 - Impedance Concepts Relating to the Acoustic Reflex

    MICHAEL BENNETT

    Pages 35-61

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    3 - Theories of Middle-Ear Muscle Function

    ERIK BORG, S. ALLEN COUNTER and GÜNTER RÖSLER

    Pages 63-99

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    4 - Evaluation of the Response Time of Acoustic-Immittance Instruments

    DAVID J. LILLY

    Pages 101-135

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    5 - The Contralateral Acoustic-Reflex Threshold

    STANLEY A. GELFAND

    Pages 137-186

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    6 - Prediction of Hearing Loss from the Acoustic-Reflex Threshold

    SHLOMO SILMAN, STANLEY A. GELFAND, ... LESLIE VAN FRANK

    Pages 187-223

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    7 - Magnitude and Growth of the Acoustic Reflex

    SHLOMO SILMAN

    Pages 225-274

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    8 - The Ipsilateral Acoustic Reflex

    KATHLEEN W. GREEN and ROBERT H. MARGOLIS

    Pages 275-299

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    9 - Acoustic-Reflex Latency: State of the Art

    ANDREA BOSATRA, MARIO RUSSOLO and CAROL ANN SILVERMAN

    Pages 301-328

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    10 - Acoustic-Reflex Adaptation

    RICHARD H. WILSON, JANET E. SHANKS and DAVID J. LILLY

    Pages 329-386

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    11 - Acoustic and Nonacoustic Reflex Patterns in Audiologic Diagnosis

    TERRY L. WILEY and MICHAEL G. BLOCK

    Pages 387-411

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    12 - Acoustic Reflex in Industrial Noise

    ERIK BORG and ROLAND NILSSON

    Pages 413-440

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    13 - The Effect of Drugs and Systemic Disease on the Acoustic Reflex

    CHARLES A. MANGHAM

    Pages 441-468

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    14 - Acoustic Reflex and Loudness

    RHONA HELLMAN and BERTRAM SCHARF

    Pages 469-516

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    Index

    Pages 517-528

About the book

Description

The Acoustic Reflex discusses the acoustic reflex - its magnitude in differential diagnosis, threshold, latency, and other related topics. The book covers different topics such as the neurophysiological basis of the acoustic middle-ear reflex and its characteristics; impedance concepts relating to it; and theories of middle-ear muscle function. The text also encompasses the evaluation of the response time of acoustic-immittance instruments; the contralateral acoustic-reflex threshold and its application for prediction of hearing loss; the magnitude and growth of the acoustic; the ipsilateral acoustic reflex; and the acoustic reflex latency. The monograph is recommended for clinicians and researchers in audiology, deaf education, hearing science, neurology, otolaryngology, physiology, and psychology. The book will also serve as a reference text in a course on impedance.

The Acoustic Reflex discusses the acoustic reflex - its magnitude in differential diagnosis, threshold, latency, and other related topics. The book covers different topics such as the neurophysiological basis of the acoustic middle-ear reflex and its characteristics; impedance concepts relating to it; and theories of middle-ear muscle function. The text also encompasses the evaluation of the response time of acoustic-immittance instruments; the contralateral acoustic-reflex threshold and its application for prediction of hearing loss; the magnitude and growth of the acoustic; the ipsilateral acoustic reflex; and the acoustic reflex latency. The monograph is recommended for clinicians and researchers in audiology, deaf education, hearing science, neurology, otolaryngology, physiology, and psychology. The book will also serve as a reference text in a course on impedance.

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ISBN

978-0-12-643450-7

Language

English

Published

1984

Copyright

Copyright © 1984 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Imprint

Academic Press

Editors

SHLOMO SILMAN

Audio logy and Speech Pathology Service, Veterans Administration Medical Center, East Orange, New Jersey

Department of Otolaryngology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey

Department of Communication, Arts and Sciences, New York University, New York, New York