Audiology: Diagnosis

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Thieme, Jan 1, 2000 - Medical - 640 pages
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Contents

Principles of Diagnostic Audiology
1
Anatomy and Physiology of the Peripheral Auditory System
19
A Clinical Perspective
45
Applications in Diagnostic Audiology
227
Clinical Masking Ross J Roeser and Jackie L Clark
253
Speech Audiometry Linda M Thibodeau
281
Audiologic Evaluation of Special Populations Angela G Shoup and Ross J Roeser
311
Diagnosing Central Auditory Processing Disorders in Children Robert W Keith
337
Middle and Long Latency Auditory Evoked Potentials David L McPherson and Bopanna Ballachanda
471
73
494
Otoacoustic Emissions Martin S Robinette and Theodore J Glattke
503
121
525
Neonatal Hearing Screening FollowUp and Diagnosis Joy ONeal Terese Finitzo and Thomas A Littman
527
139
544
Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Aage R Moller
545
Assessment of Vestibular Function M Wende Yellin
571

Physiologic Applications 17 Acoustic Immittance Measurements Robert H Margolis and Lisa L Hunter
381
Diagnosing Central Auditory Processing Disorders in Adults Brad A Stach
408
Electrocochleography John A Ferraro
425
19
436
45
443
The Auditory Brain Stem Response Sally A Arnold
451
Future Directions 25 Genetic Intervention and Hearing Loss Bronya J B Keats
593
The Future of Diagnostic Audiology James F Jerger Alison M Grimes Gary P Jacobson Kathryn A Albright and Deborah Moncrieff
615
Index
627
227
635
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