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PRACTICAL METHOD OF REPORTING TEST RESULTS IN NEUROTOLOGIC DISORDERS.

Brookler, Kenneth H. M.D.; Rubin, Wallace M.D.
American Journal of Otology: September 1991
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colon; A more practical method of reporting the neurotologic test results became desirable in the course of preparing case reports. This need grew out of the necessity to organize neurotologic test results in a simple, easily understandable, nonredundant manner. Tests organized in this manner were vestibular and auditory tests. Vestibular tests included electronystagmography, rotational testing, and posturography. Auditory tests included pure-tone testing, speech testing, impedance testing, and auditory brainstem responses.

(C) 1991, The American Journal of Otology, Inc.