ASSR


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ASSRAutonomous Soviet Socialist Republic
ASSRAuditory Steady State Response
ASSRAssessor
ASSRArab Social Science Research
ASSRAmerican Society of Spine Radiology
ASSRAttestation Scolaire de Sécurité Routière (French: School Certificate of Road Safety)
ASSRAlternate Scrambler Seed Reset (computing)
ASSRAdvanced Single-Slice Rebinning (algorithm)
ASSRAgreed Set of Security Rules
ASSRArmenian Soviet Socialist Republic
ASSRAzerbaijani Soviet Socialist Republic
ASSRApplication Software Structural Review (software validation for FDA accreditation)
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This case report represents the auditory findings and disease course of patients of hearing loss with MS, with different improvement courses between the three tests: PTA, ASSR, and ABR.
The ASSR becomes an important instrument of audiological investigation because it is one of the main evaluation techniques in the identification of hearing loss, being conductive, mixed or sensorineural, of children under six months of age.
Those children whose hearing failed the initial assessment were subsequently subjected to more TEOAE measurements in addition to click-evoked ABR testing and mixed-modulation ASSR testing (90 Hz sleeping-child default mode) while they were under sedation with 4% chloral hydrate (maximum dose: 1.5 mg/kg) or, for older children, hydroxyzine HC1 (10 mg/5 ml) under the guidance of a pediatrician.
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The present experiment evaluated this hypothesis by determining whether deficient modulation of ASSR and N1 amplitude by attention is observed when subjects with tinnitus are required to detect auditory targets embedded in a 40 Hz AM carrier of 500 Hz, which is well below the region where tinnitus-related neural activity is expected to occur.
Auditory steady-state response (ASSR) audiometry is a new, commercially available clinical tool that measures far-field electrical potentials in response to amplitude/frequency-modulated, frequency-specific auditory stimuli.