Chronological events in neonatal auditory screening - review
Keywords:Auro-palpebral reflexes, Narrowband, Neonate, Otoacoustic emission, Pure tone, Screening
Neonatal screening for auditory impairment necessitates a meticulous and exhaustive work to detect at an early age this deficit and thereby plan an appropriate rehabilitative modality test, the speech maybe effected.
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