• Auditory brain stem evoked responses to air-conducted and boneconducted signals were recorded in subjects with normal hearing and in subjects with conductive hearing loss. In normal subjects, the latency to wave V for bone-conducted signals was approximately 0.5 ms longer than the latency for air-conducted signals delivered at the same sensation level. In conductive hearing loss, the separation of the latencyintensity functions for air conduction and bone conduction (corrected for the 0.5-ms delay) provided a valid estimate of the behavioral air-bone gap in the 1,000- to 4,000-Hz region.
(Arch Otolaryngol 105:656-661, 1979)
Mauldin L, Jerger J. Auditory Brain Stem Evoked Responses to Bone-Conducted Signals. Arch Otolaryngol. 1979;105(11):656–661. doi:10.1001/archotol.1979.00790230026006
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