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Apport clinique des proprietes neurophysiologiques des ondes precoces auditives du tronc cerebral. [Interest of auditory brainstem responses in clinical diagnosis (author's transl)]
Acta Neurologica Belgica
The auditory brainstem response yields information on both the neurological and the audiological status of infants and adults. These early waves have particular properties as: non-habituation, absence of modification between sleep, awake state or under high doses of barbiturates. We have developed a procedure for extracting each type of information by measuring the latencies of wave I (auditory nerve) and wave V (inferior colliculus), then the speed of conduction between these two waves.
Adult Age Factors Audiometry, Evoked Response/methods Brain Diseases/*diagnosis Brain Stem/physiopathology Child Child, Preschool *Evoked Potentials, Auditory Humans Infant Infant, Newborn
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