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Published on 23.12.16 in Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Validated Smartphone-Based Apps for Ear and Hearing Assessments: A Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/rehab.6074):

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  5. Mehdi M, Riha C, Neff P, Dode A, Pryss R, Schlee W, Reichert M, Hauck FJ. Smartphone Apps in the Context of Tinnitus: Systematic Review. Sensors 2020;20(6):1725
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  6. Wallace J, Kanegaonkar R. The role of smartphone applications in clinical practice: a review. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology 2020;134(2):96
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  13. Bright T, Mulwafu W, Phiri M, Ensink RJH, Smith A, Yip J, Mactaggart I, Polack S. Diagnostic accuracy of non‐specialist versus specialist health workers in diagnosing hearing loss and ear disease in Malawi . Tropical Medicine & International Health 2019;
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  15. Bright T, Mactaggart I, Kim M, Yip J, Kuper H, Polack S. Rationale for a Rapid Methodology to Assess the Prevalence of Hearing Loss in Population-Based Surveys. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(18):3405
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  16. Chu Y, Cheng Y, Lai Y, Tsao Y, Tu T, Young ST, Chen T, Chung Y, Lai F, Liao W. A Mobile Phone–Based Approach for Hearing Screening of School-Age Children: Cross-Sectional Validation Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e12033
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  17. Olivero E, Bert F, Thomas R, Scarmozzino A, Raciti I, Gualano M, Siliquini R. E-tools for hospital management: An overview of smartphone applications for health professionals. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;124:58
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  18. Dewyer NA, Jiradejvong P, Lee DS, Kemmer JD, Henderson Sabes J, Limb CJ. Automated Smartphone Audiometry: A Preliminary Validation of a Bone-Conduction Threshold Test App. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 2019;128(6):508
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  19. De Sousa KC, Moore DR, Motlagh-Zadeh L, Myburgh HC, Swanepoel DW. Do Smartphone Hearing Aid Apps Work?. The Hearing Journal 2019;72(11):34
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  22. Dahl AA, Dunn CG, Boutté AK, Crimarco A, Turner-McGrievy G. Mobilizing mHealth for Moms: a Review of Mobile Apps for Tracking Gestational Weight Gain. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2018;3(1):32
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  23. Paglialonga A, Lugo A, Santoro E. An overview on the emerging area of identification, characterization, and assessment of health apps. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2018;83:97
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  24. Barczik J, Serpanos YC. Accuracy of Smartphone Self-Hearing Test Applications Across Frequencies and Earphone Styles in Adults. American Journal of Audiology 2018;27(4):570
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  28. Masalski M, Grysiński T, Kręcicki T. Hearing Tests Based on Biologically Calibrated Mobile Devices: Comparison With Pure-Tone Audiometry. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(1):e10
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  29. Lycke M, Lefebvre T, Cool L, Van Eygen K, Boterberg T, Schofield P, Debruyne P. Screening Methods for Age-Related Hearing Loss in Older Patients with Cancer: A Review of the Literature. Geriatrics 2018;3(3):48
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  30. Paglialonga A, Schiavo M, Caiani EG. Automated Characterization of Mobile Health Apps' Features by Extracting Information From the Web: An Exploratory Study. American Journal of Audiology 2018;27(3S):482
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  31. Paglialonga A, Pinciroli F, Tognola G. The ALFA4Hearing Model (At-a-Glance Labeling for Features of Apps for Hearing Health Care) to Characterize Mobile Apps for Hearing Health Care. American Journal of Audiology 2017;26(3S):408
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  32. Ensink RJH, Kuper H. Is hearing impairment associated with HIV? A systematic review of data from low- and middle-income countries. Tropical Medicine & International Health 2017;22(12):1493
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/rehab.6074)

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  1. Paglialonga A, Mastropietro A, Scalco E, Rizzo G. m_Health Current and Future Applications. 2019. Chapter 2:5
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  2. Paglialonga A, Pinciroli F, Tognola G. Tele-Audiology and the Optimization of Hearing Healthcare Delivery. 2019. chapter 7:161
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  3. Lescanne E, Borel S, Blanchet C. Surdités. 2018. :59
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