Acoustically evoked, short latency negative response in children with sensorineural hearing loss

Conclusion: The presence of an acoustically evoked, short latency negative response is dependent not on residual hearing but on normal saccular function. This response can be measured in patients who cannot contract their neck muscles

from the Journal of Laryngology and Otology

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