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- Springer Japan 2015; US$ 159.00
All laryngologists, especially general ENT doctors who see patients with paralytic dysphonia, as well as speech pathologists, will benefit from this book?s coverage of many basic and clinical aspects of reinnervation in retrieving patients? normal voices. Phonosurgical treatment for paralytic dysphonia was first established in the late 1970s in the... more...
- Speechmark Publishing Ltd 2012; US$ 24.49
This innovative approach to dealing with communication difficulties was devised by the author following encounters with increased numbers of children who had learned to talk, but still were unable to communicate effectively. This new theory of communication development devised in the late 1990s has been successfully used by the author and a wide... more...
- Channel View Publications 2016; US$ 35.00
This collection brings together twelve new language profiles of the Language Assessment Remediation and Screening Procedure (LARSP) from around the world. It will be an invaluable resource for speech-language pathologists in many countries, and for those wishing to analyse the grammatical abilities of clients of many linguistic backgrounds. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95
The Aphasia Therapy Files represent a practical resource for people who work with individuals with aphasia, either as therapists or as researchers. An overview of issues associated with current practices is combined with a study of the practicalities of determining, designing and implementing therapies. This second volume continues to explore... more...
- Wiley 2006; US$ 121.99 US$ 105.72
The aim of the book is to provide a text which brings together the expertise from two separate disciplines applied to a shared problem; that of hearing impairment resulting from an infectious cause. The book has been written to be accessible to both disciplines. It begins with chapters describing the anatomy and function of the ear and its development... more...
- Wiley 2006; US$ 132.99 US$ 115.26
This is a comprehensive multi-author handbook covering all aspects of cochlear implantation, fully updated since its first edition was published in 1991. All aspects of this rapidly developing field are covered, from implant design, speech processing strategies, assessment and rehabilitation of children and adults to future developments. Chapters written... more...
- Wiley 2006; US$ 95.99 US$ 83.19
There has been an explosion of studies in the field of genetic hearing impairment in the past decade, associated with major advances in our understanding of the mechanisms and conditions involved. However, a recent review has highlighted the very limited number of studies on the effects of such hearing impairment on the individuals and families of... more...
- Thieme 2011; US$ 99.95
The anatomy of the temporal bone is one of the most complicated areas in the human body. The vital structures, the three-dimensional relationships involved, and the fact that these structures are hidden within bony canals make the anatomy difficult to grasp.Described as a dream come true by the authors, Professor Sanna and his colleagues have devoted... more...