Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-lek′trō-kok′lē-og′ră-fē Definitions: 1. A measurement of the electrical potentials generated in the inner ear and auditory nerve as a result of sound stimulation.
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Electrocochleography: A test that measures the electrical potentials generated in the inner ear in response to stimulation by sound. Electrocochleography may be done, for example, to confirm the diagnosis of Ménière disease. Abbreviated ECochG (or ECoG).
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A measurement of the electrical potentials generated in the inner ear as a result of sound stimulation. ... Origin: electro-+ L. Cochlea, snail shell, + G. Grapho, to write ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(e-lek″tro-kok″le-og´rә-fe) measurement of electric potentials of the eighth cranial nerve in response to acoustic stimuli applied by an electrode to the external acoustic canal, promontory, or tympanic membrane.
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electrocochleography A measurement of the electrical potentials generated in the inner ear as a result of sound stimulation.
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technique for investigating electrical activity in the cochlear region, based on recording and interpretation of the electrocochleogram
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Electrocochleography (ECochG) is a technique of recording stimulus-related responses or electrical potentials of the inner ear and auditory nerve. Components potentials of the human electrocochleogram are: cochlear microphonics (CM), summating potentials (SM), and action potential (AP). These potentials can either be recorded independently or in v
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