Rehabilitative Audiology: Children and Adults
Patricia A. McCarthy
Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 1993 - Medical - 554 pages
This text covers everything from professional issues to diagnosis and rehabilitation procedures for all age groups. This edition contains five new chapters, which cover: reimbursement issues in private practice; cochlear implants; assistance devices; computers in rehabilitation audiology; and special needs of the geriatric population.
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Overview of Rehabilitative Audiology
Rehabilitative Audiologists and the Hearing
Rehabilitative Audiology in the Private Practice
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