The Stenger test is based on the auditory phenomenon “The Stenger Principle” and is used when a patient is suspected malingering a hearing loss.
Hughson Westlake is an automatic pure tone test procedure. In this test method, the threshold of hearing is defined as 2 out of 3 (or 3 out of 5) correct responses during the ascending portion of the tone presentation.
The purpose of tone audiometry is to establish the hearing sensitivity at various frequencies for air conduction and bone conduction.
The Weber test distinguishes between conductive and sensor neural hearing loss through use of a bone conductor. Use the indications to show where the tone is perceived.
"The hybrid interface is the way of the future."
David A. Geddes
Aud Audiology Supervisor, Health Partners, MN, USA