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New and Published Books

  1. A Diagnostic Atlas of Tumors of the Upper Aero-Digestive Tract

    A Transnasal Video Endoscopic Approach

    Edited by Tim Price, Paul Montgomery, Martin Birchall, Patrick Gullane

    A Diagnostic Atlas of Tumors of the Upper Aero-Digestive Tract brings readers up to date on the correct identification and diagnosis of malignancies of the larynx, pharynx, and esophagus. The atlas provides broad-based coverage of these anatomical areas and highlights the different pathologies...

    Published March 22nd 2012 by CRC Press

  2. Implants in Clinical Dentistry, Second Edition

    By Richard M. Palmer, Leslie C. Howe, Paul J. Palmer

    The second edition of the bestselling guide, Implants in Clinical Dentistry, considers the practical features that a clinician needs to know for successful treatment planning, surgical implantation, and long-term maintenance. Illustrated with full colour clinical images and authored by a team from...

    Published December 1st 2011 by CRC Press

  3. Hearing

    An Introduction to Psychological and Physiological Acoustics, 5th Edition

    By Stanley A. Gelfand

    Brimming with more than more than 1700 references, this reader-friendly and extensively revised Fourth Edition will prove invaluable to instructors and students alike-providing a unified approach to the anatomical, physiological, and perceptual aspects of audition with updated chapters on the...

    Published December 18th 2009 by CRC Press

  4. Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery 7Ed

    3 volume set, 7th Edition

    Edited by Michael J Gleeson, Ray C Clarke

    Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology is used the world over as the definitive reference for trainee ENT surgeons, audiologists and trainee head and neck surgeons, as well as specialists who need detailed, reliable and authoritative information on all aspects of ear, nose and throat disease and...

    Published April 25th 2008 by CRC Press

  5. Genes, Hearing, and Deafness

    From Molecular Biology to Clinical Practice

    Edited by Alessandro Martini, Dafydd Stephens, Andrew P. Read

    The field of generic hearing impairment is one where rapid advances are taking place, and it can often be difficult for Audiologists to keep track of the broader picture. In this important new text the authors take a synoptic approach and summarize the causes and basis of hearing impairments, the...

    Published June 13th 2007 by CRC Press

  6. Occupational Hearing Loss, Third Edition

    Edited by Robert Thayer Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff

    Series: Occupational Safety and Health

    Written in clear and accessible language, Occupational Hearing Loss provides a complete overview of the hazards of occupational noise exposure, causes of hearing loss, testing of hearing, criteria to distinguish occupational hearing loss, and more. Extensively re-written and updated, the book...

    Published April 24th 2006 by CRC Press

  7. Hearing Loss, Fourth Edition

    Edited by Joseph Sataloff, Robert Thayer Sataloff

    Covering all aspects of the anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing loss, this Fourth Edition offers new information on current diagnostic technologies, the latest concepts in the medical management of hearing impairment, the care and management of tinnitus, and the clinical...

    Published August 30th 2005 by CRC Press

  8. Genetic Hearing Loss

    Edited by Patrick J. Willems

    Heredity, either alone or in combination with environmental factors, is the most prominent underlying cause of hearing impairment. Thanks in large part to positional cloning techniques, scientists have identified nearly 100 gene loci implicated in hearing loss since 1995-an extraordinarily rapid...

    Published October 17th 2003 by CRC Press

  9. A Textbook of Audiological Medicine

    Clinical Aspects of Hearing and Balance

    Edited by Linda Luxon, Joseph M. Furman, Alessandro Martini, S. Dafydd G. Stephens

    Audiological medicine is a relatively new specialty spanning the investigation, diagnosis and medical management of hearing and balance disorders. Recent years have seen its growth as a separate medical discipline, although its practice depends not only upon a clear understanding of the basic...

    Published December 19th 2002 by CRC Press

  10. Hearing Loss, Third Edition,

    Revised and updated throughout, the third edition of this text furnishes basic information about the anatomy and physiology of the ear, testing of hearing, and treatment of ear disorders - integrating concepts in otology, audiology, and related fields in language accessible to all disciplines.;...

    Published February 17th 1993 by CRC Press