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January-March 1999
Volume 1 | Issue 2
Page Nos. 1-77
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Tinnitus : A warning signal to teenagers attending discotheques? p. 1
Alf Axelsson, Deepak Prasher
PMID:12689502
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Is it still necessary to conduct research on noise-induced hearing loss? p. 3
Thais Morata
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Hearing International and the prevention of deafness p. 7
Valerie Newton
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Mechanisms of ototoxicity by chemical contaminants : Prospects for intervention p. 10
Laurence D Fechter
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Noise and drug induced cochlear damage leads to functional reorganisation in the central auditory system p. 28
Richard J Salvi, Jian Wang, Alan H Lockwood, Robert Burkard, Dalian Ding
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Hearing ability in Danish symphony orchestra musicians p. 43
Lise Obeling, Torben Poulsen
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Comparing changes in transient-evoked otoacoustic emission and pure-tone audiometry following short exposure to industrial noise p. 50
Mariola Sliwinska-Kowalska, Piotr Kotylo, Beata Hendler
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Absence of otoacoustic emissions in subjects with normal audiometric thresholds implies exposure to noise p. 58
Anjali Desai, David Reed, Alex Cheyne, Scott Richards, Deepak Prasher
PMID:12689509
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Is there a gender difference in coping, perceived disability and handicap in patients with noise-induced hearing loss? p. 66
Lillemor Hallberg
PMID:12689510
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On quality assurance in occupational hearing conservation programs: An evaluation based on ANSI S12.13-1991 p. 73
Stig Arlinger, Ulla Ivarsson
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