The audiogram is the graph that shows the audible threshold for frequencies as measured by your audiologist. The Y axis represents volume or intensity measured in decibels and the X axis represents tonality or frequency measured in hertz.
This 3 lesson course will give you information about your recent hearing tests and the associated results. You will be able to understand the different graphs and their significance as well as the importance and pertinence of each test you have done.
Although you will obtain basic knowledge about interpreting hearing test results, please be advised that only an audiologist can fully interpret your audiogram.