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Ear Research Japan
The effect of middle ear upon evoked otoacoustic emissions (e-OAE) seems to be very large. In the previous paper (Audiology Japan 33, 1990), applying e-OAE measuring system and our developed Middle Ear Analyser, the input sound frequency where e-OAE was the most distinctly detected was clarified to nearly coincide withdoi:10.11289/otoljpn1981.21.305 fatcat:nuem5tcukfgaxcyhws65vtmxpy