Ear-canal wideband acoustic transfer functions of adults and two- to nine-month-old infants

  • Werner L
  • Levi E
  • Keefe D
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Wideband acoustic transfer functions (WATF) measured in the ear canal have been shown to be effective in the diagnosis of middle ear dysfunction in adults and in newborn infants. Although these measures would be diagnostically useful in older infants, normative data on a large number of older infants are lacking. The goal of this study was to provide such normative data.

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  • Lynne A. Werner

  • Ellen C. Levi

  • Douglas H. Keefe

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