An audiogram is a means of recording the results of a hearing test. It will include a table and a graph for each ear showing how well you could hear sounds at various frequencies. This graph dominates the audiogram and measures the lowest volume that you can hear pure tone signals at different frequencies for each ear.
It may also record results of other tests that indicate how well various parts of your "hearing system" are working. For example, it may include:
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