volume 219, issue 2, P400-402 1978
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463852
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Abstract: At some patients suffering from Menières disease or sudden hearing loss the brainstem potentials and the late auditory potential N1 were registered. It could be shown that an exact differential diagnosis between these both illnesses was not possible by means of these acoustically evoked potentials. Furthermore it was not possible by means of these potentials to predict an improvement of hearing at patients with sudden hearing loss. Finally the potentials showed an increasing of their latencies which was greate…

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