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The post-auricular myogenic response:

A new instrument which simplifies its detection by machine scoring

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 June 2007

J. G. Fraser
Affiliation:
Royal Ear Hospital and Medical Physics Dept., University College Hospital, London WC1.
M. J. Conway
Affiliation:
Royal Ear Hospital and Medical Physics Dept., University College Hospital, London WC1.
M. H. Keene
Affiliation:
Royal Ear Hospital and Medical Physics Dept., University College Hospital, London WC1.
J. W. P. Hazell
Affiliation:
Royal Ear Hospital and Medical Physics Dept., University College Hospital, London WC1.

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