Clinical Otology

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Thieme, 2007 - Ear - 528 pages
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The third edition of Clinical Otology is the complete reference for basic scientific information on the functioning of the ear and current techniques for the diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation of patients with common otologic disorders. The authors address important topics such as the genetic diagnosis of hereditary hearing loss, management of superior canal dehiscence, evidence-based management of otitis media with effusion, middle ear and brainstem implantable hearing devices, new applications of transtympanic therapy, and more. The book features the exquisite color photographs of world-class otologic photographer Eiji Yanagisawa, M.D.
 

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Contents

Principles of Audiology and Auditory Physiology
35
Inner Ear Molecular Disorders
66
Evaluation
93
Diagnostic Audiology
109
Laboratory Tests of Vestibular and Balance Functioning
132
Clinical Evaluation of the Cranial Nerves
150
Otologic Photography and Videography
163
Clinical Evaluation of the Dizzy Patient
183
Nonhereditary Hearing Impairment
300
Benign Neoplasms of the Temporal Bone
321
Cystic Lesions of the Petrous Apex
339
Malignant Tumors of the Temporal Bone
347
Vestibular Disorders
355
Facial Nerve Disorders
375
Immunologic Disorders of the Inner
390
Audiologic Rehabilitation
401

Disorders of the Auricle
193
Diseases of the External Auditory Canal
211
Otitis Media
223
Chronic Otitis Media
236
Complications of Otitis Media
250
Otosclerosis
258
Temporal Bone Trauma
273
Hereditary Hearing Impairment
289
Implantable Hearing Devices
414
Rehabilitation of Peripheral Vestibular Disorders
442
Rehabilitation and Reanimation of the Paralyzed Face
451
Otalgia
467
Theory and Treatment of Tinnitus and Decreased Sound Tolerance
487
Index
498
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