Audiometry is the medical word used to mean hearing tests. Audiometry checks whether there are problems with any of the different mechanisms that allow us to hear sound
Audiometry is used in a number of different circumstances including:
To evaluate possible hearing loss in anyone who has noticed a persistent hearing problem in one or both ears or has had difficulty understanding words in conversation
When determining the type and amount of hearing loss (conductive, sensorineural, or both)
Screening babies and young children for hearing problems that might interfere with their ability to learn, speak, or understand language
To screen for hearing loss in people who are repeatedly exposed to loud noises or who are taking certain antibiotic medicines, such as gentamicin
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