- Auditory Brainstem Response
This test, also called auditory evoked potentials measurements, is often used when more information is needed to complete an in-depth evaluation of hearing or the auditory system, or when other methods of evaluation have not given reliable results.
(Added: Sat Jun 23 2001)
- Hearing Evaluation in Children - Kids Health
Many parents worry about their child's hearing, especially when the child is too young to communicate verbally. Usually there is no need for concern, but it's comforting to know that hearing may be evaluated at any age.
Hearing is a critical part of a child's development. Even a mild or partial hearing loss can affect a child's ability to speak and to understand oral language. The earlier hearing loss is detected, the sooner a child may be helped.
(Added: Tue Jul 03 2001)