Auditory cortical N100 in pre- and post-synaptic auditory neuropathy to frequency or intensity changes of continuous tones
Abnormalities of auditory cortical N100 in AN reflect disorders of both temporal processing (low frequency) and neural adaptation (high frequency). Auditory N100 latency to the low frequency provides an objective measure of the degree of impaired speech perception in AN.
Posted on January 29, 2011, in Research and tagged Adaptation, evoked potentials, Frequency change, Intensity change, Low and high frequency tones, Otoferlin, speech perception, Temperature sensitive deafness, temporal processing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.