By Morris F. Heller M.D., Bernard M. Anderman M.A., Ellis E. Singer M.A. (auth.)
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Other patients are apathetic, tense, frightened, hostile, aggressive, resentful, indifferent, or passive. Some patients in addition to their otic physical ailment may have other physical ailments. Still other patients have an anxiety neurosis, some are obsessive compulsive, some are schizophrenic, some have other psychoses. Some patients hallucinate, some are almost catatonic; others are challenged by any test and must "pass" it. Some try to squeeze out the last bit of sound they can hear, others will stop listening once the tone drops below a loudness level which holds their interest.
At times warbling holds the patient's acoustic attention. Warbling consists of rapid minute changes of frequency about the frequency being WARBLING AND OTHER DEVICES 53 tested. This minute shifting of frequency catches the patient's hearing attention as he can more readily recognize contrasting frequencies at threshold than a steady pure-tone stimulus. A sweep frequency audiometer permits hand operation to produce warbling. The frequency selector is rotated rapidly and minutely about the frequency being tested.
Rhin. & Laryng. 63: 130. Copyright 1954, Annals Pub. Co. 44 THE PATIENT'S HISTORY (3) Tests of equilibration when indicated (4) Additional medical studies when indicated (5) Tests of auditory function a. Pure tone threshold audiometry Air conduction Bone conduction b. Lateralization when indicated c. Stenger audiometry when indicated d. Recruitment audiometry when indicated Binaural alternate loudness balance Monaural loudness contours e. Speech reception tests Phones Free field f. Speech discrimination tests Phones Free field g.
Functional Otology: The Practice of Audiology by Morris F. Heller M.D., Bernard M. Anderman M.A., Ellis E. Singer M.A. (auth.)