LLR

Acquiring Late Latency Responses using SmartEP

Late Latency Responses, also known as ALR, are components of the auditory evoked potential response. The LLR response is found between 50 and 250 milliseconds from the time of stimulation, and appear to reflect the response of the auditory cortex. LLR testing can help determine the amount and type of hearing loss at specific frequencies, as well as provide information about the presence of nervous system abnormalities, particularly referring to… Read More »Acquiring Late Latency Responses using SmartEP