Handbook of Clinical Audiology

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Jack Katz, Robert F. Burkard, Larry Medwetsky
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 814 pages
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The Fifth Edition of this classic and user-friendly audiology text has been fully revised and updated to include a standard format for audiograms. This book is the only text of its kind that covers clinical methods and principles; updated content in this edition continues that tradition. Edited by a noted professor of communication disorders, with numerous contributors, this book features 300 illustrations and 41 comprehensive chapters. Chapter topics range from the basics of clinical audiology to developmental disorders, cochlear implants and tactile aids, management of hearing-impaired children and adults, and more.

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This is my bible for audiology. It is my go to for everything from anatomy to APD to counseling. It is a little bit of everything which makes it a nice reference go to. Read full review

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