SensationlevelLowOticplacodeauditorynervefiring0SpaceoccupyingmasslesionsWeightliftingmaskingdiffractionBreastfeedingAdulthoodSourceTheinversesquarelawExtra-axialextra-axiallesionIncreasesElasticitycartilage.0002dynes/cm2TonotopicorganizationPeriod10 -12watts/m2Sinusoidalmotion300HzPeripheralauditorysystemAudiogramConstructiveinterferenceSPLinternalauditorycanalHertzAutosomaldominantCeruminousglandsvestibularschwannomaSonicboomDifferentialsensitivityType1OtoconiamisophoniaFrequencyBilateral highfrequencysensorineural100,000Longerthan 3monthsHyperacusis4weeksCartilaginousPeripheralauditorysystemRarefaction10degreeangleCompressionAdolescenceOticcapsuleviolatingTreacherCollinsRefractionSensationlevelLowOticplacodeauditorynervefiring0SpaceoccupyingmasslesionsWeightliftingmaskingdiffractionBreastfeedingAdulthoodSourceTheinversesquarelawExtra-axialextra-axiallesionIncreasesElasticitycartilage.0002dynes/cm2TonotopicorganizationPeriod10 -12watts/m2Sinusoidalmotion300HzPeripheralauditorysystemAudiogramConstructiveinterferenceSPLinternalauditorycanalHertzAutosomaldominantCeruminousglandsvestibularschwannomaSonicboomDifferentialsensitivityType1OtoconiamisophoniaFrequencyBilateral highfrequencysensorineural100,000Longerthan 3monthsHyperacusis4weeksCartilaginousPeripheralauditorysystemRarefaction10degreeangleCompressionAdolescenceOticcapsuleviolatingTreacherCollinsRefraction

Hearing Science and Disorders - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Sensation level
  2. Low
  3. Otic placode
  4. auditory nerve firing
  5. 0
  6. Space occupying mass lesions
  7. Weightlifting
  8. masking
  9. diffraction
  10. Breastfeeding
  11. Adulthood
  12. Source
  13. The inverse square law
  14. Extra-axial
  15. extra-axial lesion
  16. Increases
  17. Elasticity
  18. cartilage
  19. .0002 dynes/cm2
  20. Tonotopic organization
  21. Period
  22. 10 -12 watts/m2
  23. Sinusoidal motion
  24. 300 Hz
  25. Peripheral auditory system
  26. Audiogram
  27. Constructive interference
  28. SPL
  29. internal auditory canal
  30. Hertz
  31. Autosomal dominant
  32. Ceruminous glands
  33. vestibular schwannoma
  34. Sonic boom
  35. Differential sensitivity
  36. Type 1
  37. Otoconia
  38. misophonia
  39. Frequency
  40. Bilateral high frequency sensorineural
  41. 100,000
  42. Longer than 3 months
  43. Hyperacusis
  44. 4 weeks
  45. Cartilaginous
  46. Peripheral auditory system
  47. Rarefaction
  48. 10 degree angle
  49. Compression
  50. Adolescence
  51. Otic capsule violating
  52. Treacher Collins
  53. Refraction