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  1. An ABR demonstrated no response to air or bone conduction click stimuli.


  1. III. Bone conduction Refers vibrations of the entire temporal bone in response to sound.


  1. Underwater, hearing is by bone conduction and localization of sound appears to depend on differences in amplitude detected by bone conduction. (Web site)
  2. The nerve deaf patient has a hearing loss when tested both by air conduction through the middle ear, and bone conduction through surrounding bone structures.

Human Hearing

  1. Underwater, human hearing is largely by bone conduction, through the skull and not through the eardrum and ossicles. (Web site)

Bone Conduction

  1. The earpieces and the headpiece allow auscultation (listening) via both air and bone conduction.
  2. The earpieces and the headpiece allow auscultation via both air and bone conduction. (Web site)
  3. Bone conduction: Conduction of sound through bones directly to the cochlea, which is housed in the mastoid, a part of the temporal bone. (Web site)


  1. Earpieces
  2. Headpiece
  3. Human Hearing
  4. Conduction
  5. Society > Humans > Skull > Temporal Bone
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