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A diagnostic hearing test gives information on the amount of hearing that a person has.It can also tell if the hearing problem is temporary, semi-permanent or permanent. Tests are done based on a person’s developmental age, and the particular section of the auditory pathway which is being looked at.

Utilizes pure tones and speech stimuli under head or insert phones to assess the level of hearing sensitivity.

Analyzes the integrity of the middle ear and Eustachian tube function.

Assesses the integrity of the Outer Hair Cells of the cochlea to correlate with normal or abnormal hearing. (Normal OAE’s usually correlated with normal hearing, but may also indicate the presence of auditory neuropathy).

Acoustic and speech stimuli are presented through speakers in free field (no head phones) to give an estimate of hearing sensitivity (especially for difficult-to-test children who cannot be conditioned for the Basic Hearing Test).

This is a technique used for obtaining hearing sensitivity of young children (For example, child puts a peg in slot on peg board for every sound that is heard).

Assesses the integrity of neural synchrony in retro-cochlea auditory pathway (used for ruling out retro-cochlea pathology such as acoustic neuroma etc).

ABR technique to objectively estimate level of hearing sensitivity.