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Audiometric notch and extended high-frequency hearing threshold shift in relation to total leisure noise exposure: An exploratory analysis

Wei Wenjia, Heinze Stefanie, Gerstner Doris G, Walser Sandra M, Twardella Dorothee, Reiter Christina, Weilnhammer Veronika, Perez-Alvarez Carmelo, Steffens Thomas, Herr Caroline E.W

Year : 2017| Volume: 19| Issue : 91 | Page no: 263-269

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