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With great interest, I read the study by Moshammer et al1 on the use of temporary threshold shift (TTS) as a predictor of noise-induced hearing loss. Many compliments for the authors for publishing longitudinal data on an important problem. In spite of years of hearing loss research, there are very few follow-up studies. However, I do not think that their …
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