Related Conditions and Treatments
Auditory Brainstem Response Evaluation
An auditory brainstem response evaluation sees how well sounds travel along your child's hearing nerve pathways from the ear to the brainstem.
Down syndrome is a genetic condition characterized by developmental delays and learning disability.
Evoked potentials (EPs) measure electrical activity produced by external stimuli, like light flashes or sound clicks.
Hearing aids are electronic or battery-operated devices that can amplify and change sound.
Hearing tests evaluate your child’s response to sounds to determine if they have hearing loss.
Hyperacusis is when a child has difficulty tolerating sounds at a volume or pitch that would not typically be bothersome to others.
Misophonia is a neurophysiological disorder characterized by an excessive reaction of anger, disgust, and a “fight-or-flight” response to specific sounds.
Tinnitus is a phantom perception of sound.