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Auditory brainstem response

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Auditory brainstem response: An auditory brainstem response refers to an electrical response to a sound that starts in the inner ear and travels to the brainstem. The test is used to help diagnose loss of hearing, acoustic neuroma, dizziness and demyelineating diseases.

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