Otologic evaluation of a patient with a suspected lesion of the central auditory system.
Patients with a lesion of the central auditory system often present with vague and ill-defined symptoms that require a high degree of suspicion on the part of the physician to institute the proper steps in diagnosis. This article establishes guidelines that can be followed by the otolaryngologist using equipment that is readily accessible in most community settings.
Published In/Presented At
McConnel C. S., Jr (1985). Otologic evaluation of a patient with a suspected lesion of the central auditory system. Otolaryngologic clinics of North America, 18(2), 199–205.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Department of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Division of Otolaryngology