volume 246, issue 5, P249-251 1989
DOI: 10.1007/bf00463565
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Abstract: Evoked acoustic emissions (EAEs) and spontaneous acoustic emissions (SAEs) recordings hold some promise as a fast, objective and non-invasive audiological procedure, especially in children. However, accurate interpretation in the emission response must be based on the basic properties of the emissions present in a younger age group. In so doing, the properties of emissions were investigated in 49 ears from 26 children, whose ages varied between 2 days and 10 years. EAEs could be recorded in all normal ears, bu…

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