Clinical Aspects of Hearingby Thomas R. VanDeWater (Editor), Richard R. Fay (Editor)
The last two decades of the twentieth century have witnessed advances in our knowledge of the biological processes which result in hearing. These have come about from the application of contemporary molecular biological, physiology, and imaging techniques in combination with discoveries in the domain of hearing. This volume presents these pivotal developments and their applications to the understanding of normal and abnormal hearing in humans, information that is essential to the ability of both scientists and clinicians to further their understanding and treatment of hearing disorders.
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