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Comparison of occlusion effect in normal hearing subjects via real ear measurement and audiometric Bing test
and Aim: One of the most common complaints, particularly among patients with normal or near normal low-frequency hearing, is that their voice sounds "hollow". This is associated with "Occlusion effect". The aim of this study was to comparison of occlusion effect in normal hearing subjects via Real Ear Measurement and Audiometric Bing test. Materials and Method: Twenty volunteers with normal hearing (10 male, 10 female), with ages ranging from 18-24 years were enrolled in this study. First,fatcat:atkm4weonjclrpmajnid2vwsa4