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AcronymDefinition
AUDAustralian Dollar
AUDAudit
AUDAuditorium
AUDAuditory
AUDAudiologist
AuDDoctor of Audiology
AUDAmerican University in Dubai
AUDAssociation for Union Democracy (New York)
AUDAlcohol Use Disorder
AUDAllocation Unique Dégressive
AUDAgence d'Urbanisme et de Développement (French: Planning and Development Agency; Saint-Omer, France)
AUDAdd Update Delete
AUDAvailable for Use Data
AUDAuthentification Universelle de Documents (French: Universal Authentication of Documents)
AUDAcute-Use Drugs
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To better understand how the auditory cortex matures in the last trimester of gestation, the team of researchers turned to a large dataset collected at the St.
KEYWORDS: Auditory neuropathy, Pure-tone hearing threshold, Acoustic immittance, Auditory brainstem response, Vestibular function, Nervous system disease.
It allows the neurophysiological analysis of auditory pathway from the inner ear to auditory cortex.
The interaction between the auditory aspects and the speech fluency has been demonstrated in the literature1 (7- 21), arousing thus the interest among researchers about the topic of stuttering and hearing.
Researchers showed that limiting the supply or the function of the neuromodulator adenosine in a brain structure called the auditory thalamus preserved the ability of adult mice to learn from passive exposure to sound much as young children learn from the soundscape of their world.
Among them, auditory hypersensitivity is the most common sensory impairment, interrupting behavioral adaptation (3).
A 28-year-old female Congo African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus erithacus) was presented to the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) at the University of California, Davis, for scratching the left side of its face, a mass in the left external auditory meatus, and cessation of vocalization.
The resulting operant was a second-order conditional discrimination with auditory and visual stimuli as samples and with visual stimuli as comparisons; this was the Auditory-Visual-Visual Conditional Discrimination (denoting the modality of the first conditional stimulus or contextual stimulus, e.
Subjects with diseases of auditory system were excluded from the study in both the groups.
Each wave produced corresponds to a specific region of the auditory pathway.
Since all the surrounding sound signals arrive at the cochlea as a composite, a preliminary analysis of the incoming sound is required to divide the auditory input into distinct perceptual objects.
After a detailed history taking clinical examination was done which revealed whitish debris filling the left external auditory canal.