AUDIOLOGY, 3-Volume Set: Diagnosis, Treatment and Practice Management
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AUDIOLOGY, 3-Volume Set: Diagnosis, Treatment and Practice Management [Hardcover]

Ross J. Roeser , Michael Valente , Holly Hosford-Dunn

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...Every chapter is provided by expert audiologists in their respective field. Pearls, pitfalls, special considerations and controversies are specifically outlined in every chapter, to highlight key points; this presentation is very useful.-- B-ENT

From the Back Cover

Now updated for a Second Edition! Designed as the complete reference for practitioners in the 21st century, these three books not only include foundation-building sections in anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, treatment, and practice management, but also cover such cutting-edge topics as otoacoustic emissions, functional brain imaging, genetic components, neonatal screening, pharmacology, infection control, and much more! It is the only current audiology text to address pressing issues of practice management, with checklists for the growing number of specialists moving into private practice.

Highlights of this outstanding work include:

  • Incisive coverage of otoacoustic emissions, radiology, brain imaging, and pharmacology
  • Each volume comes complete with sections on principles, applications, and future directions
  • The first comprehensive treatment in an audiology textbook of business and practice management issues for hearing health professionals
  • Pearls, pitfalls, special considerations, and controversial issues emphasize key points and clarify important information

For comprehensive coverage of everything today's audiologist needs to know, these books are unparalleled. Practicing audiologists will turn to them often in daily practice and look to them for tips on how to make their practice more efficient. The audiology graduate student will rely on these books for thorough, state-of-the-art information.

About the Author

Director, Division of Audiology, Department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA
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