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Fam Pract Manag. 2005;12(8):24

Although Dr. Baretta Casey’s practice originally purchased a $20,000 version of the Otogram, as explained in “Expanding Your Practice Through Niche Services” [June 2005], an upgrade that enabled them to perform otoacoustic emissions, acoustic reflex testing and tympanometry increased the overall cost of the equipment. The current price of the equivalent model is $37,500.


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