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- ‘We also excluded any workers exposed to audiological risk factors outside work.’
- ‘Our challenge now is to redefine audiological criteria to keep up with technological development.’
- ‘All children with speech/language delay need to be referred for formal audiological evaluation’
- ‘A complete examination and an audiological assessment were carried out.’
- ‘Tuning is carried out by an audiological scientist using a special computer to test what the patient can hear.’
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