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Arch Otolaryngol. 1976 Oct;102(10):614-20.

The cross-check principle in pediatric audiometry.


We discuss a method of pediatric audiologic assessment that employs the "cross-check principle". That is, the results of a single test are cross-checked by an independent test measure. Particularly useful in pediatric evaluations as cross-checks of behavioral test results are impedance audiometry and brain-stem-evoked response audiometry (BSER). We present five cases highlighting the value of the cross-check principle in pediatric audiologic evaluation.

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