In order to investigate the propagation time of the traveling wave in the cochlea after boneconduction stimulation of the inner ear, bone-conducted auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) were recorded in 6 normally hearing subjects after masking the basal cochlear region using high-pass filtered noise. As in air-conducted ABRs, Jewett V wave latency is delayed corresponding to the propagation time of the traveling wave front traversing the desynchronized hair cell region. These results support the... »
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