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TFTTraining for Trainers (various organizations)
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TFTTrivial File Transfer Protocol
TFTTokyo Fashion Town (Japan)
TFTThyroid Function Test
TFTTerror Free Tomorrow (Washington, DC)
TFTThéatre Français de Toronto (French: French Theater of Toronto; Canada)
TFTTomorrow Focus Technologies (Germany)
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TFTTraffic Flow Template (3GPP)
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TFTTravelers for Travelers (travel community)
TFTTime For Tea
TFTTextile and Fibre Technology (Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization; Australia)
TFTThe Fighting Tigers (gaming)
TFTTest Fix Test
TFTTen Foot Toss (gaming)
TFTTechnology for Timber Ltd. (UK)
TFTThin Film Technology Corporation
TFTTreats for Troops
TFTTabular Firing Tables
TFTTechnical Feasibility Testing
TFTTune for Time (fastest execution)
TFTTableau de Flux de Trésorerie (French: Table of Cash Flow)
TFTTri-band Field Terminal
TFTTransaction Function Table
TFTTurbine Fuel Technologies (Des Moines, IA)
TFTTrinitron Flat Tube (Sony television)
TFTTime Flexible Training
TFTTime From Transmission
TFTTransport For Transplant
TFTTime Off Target
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Tuning Fork Test Turning Fork Test Proportion of Left ear Right Ear Patients (%) Normal 8 2 Conductive Hearing 76 82 Loss Inconclusive 16 16 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Tuning fork test with 512 Hz frequency shown that 41 (77.4%) patient had conductive hearing loss while in 12 (22.64%) patients no hearing loss was observed.
This new tuning fork test may well be useful but before it can replace the monofilament--if it is to at all--good longitudinal studies must be done to show its predictive value," said Dr.
These tests have been described as the percussion test with auscultation, (36) the percussion test without auscultation (35,37,38,39,40) the tuning fork test with auscultation (35,40,41) the tuning fork test without auscultation (39,40,42) the compression test (35,37,39,40) and the distraction test.
In the study done by Nishant Kumar, Devashri Chilke et al, [19] tuning fork test showed conductive hearing loss in 98.7% cases of CSOM included in our study.
He has tenderness to palpation at these heads as well as the corresponding metatarsophalangeal joints, and a negative tuning fork test.
Oyer of Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill., described how he and an associate used a tuning fork test to evaluate 147 patients aged 40 years and older.
The initial evaluation should include an otoscopic examination, tuning fork tests, and pure tone audiometry.
However, for severe conditions, tests as tuning fork tests, audiometer tests and app-based hearing tests are commonly referred to."
The procedural execution of both sets of tuning fork tests for peripheral neuropathy was performed with the subjects lying in the supine position, with eyes closed during testing [43, 44].
He did not respond to tuning fork tests. His pure tone audiometry showed bilateral profound sensorineural hearing loss (in Figure 3).
The reporting soldiers were checked for type of deafness by evaluating the finding of Rinnes and Webers clinical tuning fork tests. Degree of deafness was determined by pure tone audiometry for each ear .