This edition contains over 7, 000 concise and easy-to-read entries covering both current and historical audiology terms. It includes a helpful User's Guide to the Dictionary to explain the organization and presentation of terms and cross-references. Included is a complete glossary of acronyms and abbreviations, which are integral to the component of the vocabulary of audiology. Useful illustrations and tables enrich the definitions.... nystagmus from right-ear versus left-ear bithermal caloric stimulation; a difference exceeding 20% is considered to be abnormal V volt; ... volume control; manual or automatic control designed to adjust the output level of a hearing instrument VEP visual evoked potential; ... within functional limits WFR wearer frequency response; early term for real-ear unaided response WHO classification system Worldanbsp;...
|Title||:||Comprehensive Dictionary of Audiology|
|Author||:||Brad A. Stach|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2003|