HFHLHigh-Frequency Hearing Loss (otorhinolaryngology)
HFHLHabitat for Humanity Lebanon (Beirut, Lebanon)
HFHLHypoechoic Focal Hepatic Lesions (radiology)
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There was no statistically significant difference between the two groups for the prevalence of HFHL ( ?
Personal cumulative noise exposure and CNEg were grouped by 5 dB and 3 dB differences respectively, and the HFHL rate was calculated for each group [Table 4].{Table 4}
Binary logistic regression models were established using HFHL as the dependent variable and CNE as the independent variable [Table 5].
conducted a study of the relationship between CNE and HFHL. [sup][7] The CNE was calculated based on steady noise, and we have used the results in [Figure 3] as a reference [Figure 3].{Figure 3}