The test was carried out by using the EP15 Eclipse Module device and OtoAccess™ database software program (Interacoustics, Middelfart Denmark) binaurally. Signal, noise, signal to noise ratio (S/N-R) values obtained from TEOAE tests were used as study parameters. TEOAE measurements were carried out at 1000–15000–2000–3000–4000 Hz frequencies. A linear click TEOAE stimulus with an intensity of 80 ± 3 dB SPL was delivered for one ear. The presence of TEOAE measurement method is the normal case of standard; reconstructed reproducibility value was accepted only when better than 70%. Stimulus stability was >80%.

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