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Speaking directly to experienced and novice clinicians, educators and students in speech-language pathology/speech and language therapy via an informative essay-based approach, Children’s Speech Sound Disorders provides concise, easy-to-understand explanations of key aspects of the classification, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of articulation disorders, phonological disorders and childhood apraxia of speech. It also... more...
Since its first publication in 1974, the Color Atlas of ENT Diagnosis has established itself as an essential overview of ENT, brilliantly illustrated with a wealth of high-quality color photographs. Now in its fourth edition at Thieme, the Flexibook has been updated to cover the latest developments in areas such as nasal endoscopy and digital hearing aids. The concise text is divided into five main sections - examination, ear, nose,... more...
An integrated overview of hearing and the interplay of physical, biological, and psychological processes underlying it. The book is supported by multimedia content at auditoryneuroscience.com
This book is for anyone who has difficulty chewing and swallowing due to stroke, Parkinson's disease, throat cancer, surgery, dementia or dental issues. These recipes were created by a speech-language pathologist with over 20 years experience working with adults with dysphagia. Too often, pureed/soft food is bland and unappetizing. The recipes presented here taste great and appeal to the senses with bright colors, attractive shapes and enticing aromas.... more...
Recognized as two of the world's leading authorities on the subject, Susan Herdman and Richard Clendaniel, joined by a team of expert contributors, deliver the 4th Edition of the field's definitive text on the management of vestibular diseases and disorders. From assessment through therapy, they present the scientific and clinical knowledge you need to distinguish between vestibular and non-vestibular dizziness and to plan and implement the appropriate... more...
Praise for the previous edition: This text represents an excellent summary of the current state of knowledge in otology. This text is strongly recommended as a primer in otology for residents. Practicing otolaryngologists and otologists will find it a useful review. The text's up-to-date contributions and references offer an excellent resource even for the experienced otologist . -- Otology and Neurotology... more...
Hearing is a sensory modality critical to both language and cognitive development. In its absence, and without sensory input through another modality, such as the manual/visual modality of sign language, cognitive and language development can be severely impaired in the earliest formative years of a child. In its endeavor to d- cover the mechanisms underlying audition, the ?eld of auditory science has provided rich comparative physiological studies,... more...
Thieme congratulates author Dr. J. Thomas Roland, Jr. on winning the 2014 AAO-HNS/F Distinguished Award for Humanitarian Service and being chosen by New York magazine for its prestigious Best Doctors 2014 list. Praise for the previous edition: Overall, the second edition of Cochlear Implants is an excellent resource for professionals and students in various disciplines (otolaryngology, audiology,... more...
Prepare your graduate students for their careers in audiology with Katz’s Handbook of Clinical Audiology, Seventh Edition. This go-to resource was developed by an unsurpassed team of editors and authors, whose expertise in research and clinical practice spans all core areas of clinical audiology.   Packed with new research, relevant case studies, and today’s best practices, the Seventh Edition has been extensively revised... more...
This book deals with the way that the auditory system processes acoustic signals. The current edition has been revised in all areas to reflect the progress that has been made since the 3rd edition. As well as dealing with the basic anatomy and physiology of all stages of the auditory system, the book relates basic physiological processes to the performance of the auditory system as a whole, in the perception of acoustic signals including speech. The... more...
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