Paediatric Audiological Medicine
Valerie E. Newton
Wiley, Apr 15, 2002 - Medical - 593 pages
All professionals working with hearing-impaired children will find topics of particular interest in this wide-ranging volume written by leading international experts. Coverage includes basic audiological sciences, screening, diagnosis and management. Chapters on epidemiology, tinnitus, central auditory processing, balance disorders, progressive hearing loss, communication and education are among the varied topics included in the twenty-five chapters which make up this comprehensive text.
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