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From The CriticsReviewer: Randa Mansour Shousher, MS (Medical College of Ohio)
Description: This book collects in one place all the facts, historical information, and interesting tidbits that audiologists and/or students require. It allows one to find information with ease. The ADR may be used for teaching purposes and clinical and administrative guidelines, and it is an excellent way for students to review for the national examination.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a reference that makes it easy to locate any information. It is a good source of information to apply at any level. Those in the field of audiology have never had such a complete reference available to them.
Audience: The book is pertinent for any interested individual dealing in the field of audiology. It is a teaching tool for students, a review for audiologists, and it also may answer questions of physicians practicing in related fields. The authors are extremely credible in the field of audiology.
Features: The book is divided into separate sections for each topic addressed. Unique chapters have historical information, interesting facts, review of studies, step-by-step procedures and troubleshooting facts. Graphs and illustrations are included to that help those new to the field to better understand the material. More complicated MRIs, CT scans, and x-rays are provided, but are not clear images; this section could have used color to provide better images.
Assessment: This is an excellent reference for all in the field.