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      Functional Otology: The Practice of Audiology 

      Heller, Morris F.; Anderman, Bernard M.; Singer, Ellis E. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1955)
      This book has been written to show how the auditory functional examination and the rehabilitation of the acoustically handicapped patient can be integrated into otological practice. The scope and operation of large audiology ...
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      Computer Reformations of the Brain and Skull Base 

      Unsöld, Renate; Ostertag, Christoph B.; DeGroot, Jack; Newton, Thomas H. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1982)
      Anatomy and Clinical Application
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      Tinnitus: Facts, Theories, and Treatments 

      Committee on Hearing, Bioacoustics, and Biomechanics, National Research Council (National Academy Press, 1982)
      Hearing sounds that do not originate in the world outside the body is an experience that probably every human has at one time or another in life. The sounds heard range from popping and clicking to intermittent roaring and ...
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      Traumatology of the Skull Base 

      Samii, M.; Brihaye, J. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1983)
      As a result of its structure, the skull base forms a borderline between different medi­ cal and surgical specialties. Nevertheless, the pathology of the skull may involve crossing these boundaries. Consequently, treatment ...
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      Biomaterials in Otology 

      Grote, J. J. (Springer, Dordrecht, 1984)
      The need for better implant materials was a stimulus for the increa­ sing knowledge of Biomaterial Scientists. Different surgical disciplines were very successful in the use of prostheses, especially because they based ...
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      Biomechanics of the Primate Skull Base 

      Demes, Brigitte (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1985)
      In the search for explanations for differences in the shape of skulls and their phylogenetic development, the morphology of the skull must be seen in connec­ tion with the functions it has to perform. The skull encloses ...
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      Clinical Aspects of Inner Ear Deafness 

      Lehnhardt, Ernst (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1986)
      The work on clinical aspects of inner ear deafness started out in 1983/1984 as a general review conceived by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fUr Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Heilkunde, Kopf-und Hals-Chirurgie (German Society for ...
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      Atlas of Slices of the Temporal Bone and Adjacent Region 

      Sick, Henri; Veillon, Francis (J.F. Bergmann-Verlag, 1988)
      A very good knowledge of anatomical sections is necessary to be able to interpret fine imaging of the temporal bone. Both serial histological sections and CT material are presented in this volume. Three planes of space - ...
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      Surgery of the Skull Base 

      Samii, Madjid; Draf, Wolfgang; Lang, Johannes (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1989)
      The region of the skull base was long considered a surgical barrier because of its complex anatomy. With few exceptions, the region immediately beyond the dura or bony skull base constituted a "no man's land" for the surgeon ...
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      Cochlear Mechanisms: Structure, Function, and Models 

      Wilson, J. P.; Kemp, D. T. (Springer, Boston, MA, 1989)
      Great advances have been made in understanding hearing in recent years. In particular, the mechanical function of the cochlea has become the focus of intense interest. This started in one direction, with the discovery of ...
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      Cochlear Implants: Models of the Electrically Stimulated Ear 

      Miller, Josef M.; Spelman, Francis A. (Springer, New York, NY, 1990)
      This volume describes a new direction in technological and biomedical developments for profoundly deaf individuals. The first section covers topics of tissue characteristics, such as responses to electrical stimulation and ...
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      Ménière’s Disease 

      Kitahara, Masaaki (Springer, Tokyo, 1990)
      A disease of unknown origin - this is the challenge presented by Ménière's disease and taken up by top clinicians and scientists, members and coworkers of The Vestibular Disorder Research Committee organized by The Ministry ...
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      The Mammalian Cochlear Nuclei 

      Merchán, Miguel A.; Juiz, José M.; Godfrey, Donald A.; Mugnaini, Enrico (Springer, Boston, MA, 1993)
      The presence of sophisticated auditory processing in mammals has permitted perhaps the most significant evolutionary development in humans: that of language. An understanding of the neural basis of hearing is thus a starting ...
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      Otitis Media with Effusion in Young Children 

      Stool, SE; Berg, AO; Berman, S; Carney, CJ; Cooley, JR; Culpepper, L; Eavey, RD; Feagans, LV; Finitzo, T; Friedman, EM (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US), 1994)
      Otitis media with effusion is one of the most common problems of infancy and early childhood and is responsible for substantial morbidity and expense. Most children will have one or more episodes during early childhood, ...
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      Deafness, Deprivation, and IQ 

      Braden, Jeffery P. (Springer, Boston, MA, 1994)
      Deafness is a "low incidence" disability and, therefore not studied or understood in the same way as other disabilities. Historically, research in deafness has been conducted by a small group of individuals who communicated ...
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      The Cochlea 

      Dallos, Peter; Popper, Arthur N.; Fay, Richard R. (Springer, New York, NY, 1996)
      Knowledge about the structure and function of the inner ear is vital to an understanding of vertebrate hearing. This volume presents a detailed overview of the mammalian cochlea from its anatomy and physiology to its ...
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      Cholesteatoma and Anterior Tympanotomy 

      Morimitsu, Tamotsu (Springer, Tokyo, 1997)
      Acquired aural cholesteatoma poses a unique procedural dilemma with regard to pathogenetic research and theory building. Because cholesteatoma spontane­ ously occurs only in the poorly pneumatized human ear, its pathogenesis ...
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      Vertigo and Dizziness Rehabilitation 

      Cesarani, Antonio; Alpini, Dario (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1999)
      This diagnosis and management guide opens up a new frontier both for medical specialists and physical therapists dealing with vertigo sufferers. It presents a new original approach to diagnosis and rehabilitative treatment ...
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      Management of Acute Otitis Media 

      Marcy, Michael; Takata, Glenn; Shekelle, Paul; Chan, Linda S; Mason, Wilbert; Wachsman, Laura; Ernst, Richard; Hay, Joel W; Corley, Pamal M; Morphew, Tricia; Ramicone, Emily; Nicholson, Connie (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US), 2001)
      Our objective with this report was to analyze the evidence on the initial management of uncomplicated acute otitis media (AOM) in children. We assessed three questions: What is the natural history of AOM without antibiotic ...
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      Cochlear Implants: Fundamentals and Applications 

      Clark, Graeme (Springer, New York, NY, 2003)
      Soun is nought but air y-broke —Geoffrey Chaucer end of the 14th century Traditionally, acoustics has formed one of the fundamental branches of physics. In the twentieth century, the ?eld has broadened considerably and ...