Overcoming Deafness eBook PDF Free Download
The Story of Hearing and Language
Edited by Ellis Douek
Published by Imperial College Press
About the Book
This Overcoming Deafness: The Story of Hearing and Language is edited By Ellis Douek. This First Edition deals with language disorders as well as the surgery of deafness, human communication, discussing music and poetry as well as delving into the medical science and enables us to work, socialize and communicate.
What You will Learn
The Topics Covered in this Textbook are
Disease of the Middle Ear
Perceptive or Neurosensory Deafness
Disease of the Nerve
Music and the Sound of Feelings
Poetry and the Sound of Words
When Hearing is Impaired
The Cochlear Implant
When the Hearing is Normal
Specific Language Disorders
For Whom is this Book For
The Information placed in this Overcoming Deafness: The Story of Hearing and Language is essential for Professionals dealing with communication disorders and hearing science including Surgeons, Paediatricians, Audiologists, ENT Specialists, Doctors, Therapists and Teachers. It serves as Reference Material for those Medical MBBS Students who are pursuing their Post-Graduation in ENT and Audiology.
Format of the eBook: PDF Size: 7.3MB
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