This examination is being performed with a specific instrument called audiometer in a properly prepared chamber.
During the examination the patient is given specific sounds of different intensity and frequency and is asked to give a positive response in each sound. The responses are being recorded and by the end of the examination we can be aware of the hearing capacity of the patient.
It is an objective examination crucially essential in a variety of symptoms, such as tinnitus, sudden or chronic hearing loss, dizziness and vertigo and so on.
The examination can be performed in adults and children older than 5 years old (for younger children we use different methods)