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A tuning fork is a metal instrument with two prongs or tines and a handle. When hammered, tuning forks vibrate at a specific frequency to generate a musical tone. The vibrations can be used to test a person's capacity to hear different frequencies of sound.
A vibrating tuning fork put next to the ear or against the skull stimulates the inner ear to vibrate, which can be used to assess if hearing loss exists.
The fork is made of stainless steel, making it corrosion- and abrasion-resistant and long-lasting.
Steps to use Tuning Fork
A doctor first places a humming tuning fork against your skull and measures how long you can hear it using a stopwatch.
The doctor then strikes the tuning fork and measures how long you can hear it when it's held near to your ear.
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