volume 242, issue 1, P43-48 1985
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464404
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Abstract: Spontaneous cochlear emissions consist of one or more sinus tones. Oscillations and frequency shifts clearly widen averaged traces. Multiple peaks, if present, are spaced at intervals of 2-3% of the frequency, and increase with frequency. A frequency jump by the same amount was seen in one case. This appears to represent the distance between hair cells, and suggests that individual hair cells play a leading role in these oscillations.

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