Comparison of Self-Report and Audiometric Outcomes in Cancer Survivors Post Neurotoxic Chemotherapy
Cancer survivors treated with neurotoxic chemotherapy were screened for hearing loss, tinnitus and peripheral neuropathy using the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy/Gynecologic Oncology Group–Neurotoxicity (Fact/GOG-Ntx) questionnaire and/or other subjective assessments. These participants later completed behavioral pure tone and speech audiometry and speech in noise test. Results of the self-report and audiometric results were compared. Participants routinely had a discrepancy between subjective report of hearing function and audiometric thresholds, in most cases, subjective reports underrepresented the degree of hearing loss.
American Academy of Audiology Conference
04/01/2020 - 04-04/2020
Henderson Sabes, Jennifer and Chung, Julia, "Comparison of Self-Report and Audiometric Outcomes in Cancer Survivors Post Neurotoxic Chemotherapy" (2020). All Faculty Scholarship. 174.