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  • Authors: by Frederick Martin, John Clark (Author)
  • File Size: 26 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Paperback: 544 pages
  • Publisher: Pearson; 13th edition (January 3, 2018)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0134695046
  • ISBN-13: 978-0134695044

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  • Authors: by Frederick Martin, John Clark (Author)
  • File Size: 26 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Paperback: 544 pages
  • Publisher: Pearson; 13th edition (January 3, 2018)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0134695046
  • ISBN-13: 978-0134695044

Download Introduction to Audiology 13th Edition PDF – eBook

Contents
PART I Elements Of Audiology 2
1 The Profession of Audiology 4
1.1 The Evolution of Audiology 5
1.2 People and Places 8
Summary 15
Websites 16
Frequently Asked Questions 16
Suggested Readings 16
2 Sound and Its Measurement 17
2.1 Sound 18
2.2 The Decibel 31
2.3 Psychoacoustics 37
2.4 Sound Measurement 40
Summary 52
Frequently Asked Questions 54
Suggested Readings 55
PART II HEARING ASSESSMENT 56
3 The Human Ear, Hearing Loss, and Pure-Tone Hearing Tests 58
3.1 Basics of How the Ear Works and the Hearing Losses that May Disrupt Sound
Reception 59
3.2 Testing Hearing 63
3.3 Air- and Bone-Conduction Hearing Tests 73
3.4 Audiogram Interpretation 86
Summary 96
Frequently Asked Questions 98
Suggested Readings 100

vi CONTENTS
4 Speech Audiometry 101
4.1 Requirements for Speech Audiometric Testing 102
4.2 Speech-Threshold Testing 104
4.3 Speech-Recognition Testing 109
4.4 Loudness Comfort, Discomfort and Sound Interference 123
Summary 127
Frequently Asked Questions 131
Suggested Readings 132
5 Masking 133
5.1 Why Do We Mask and How Do We Do It? 134
5.2 Masking Speech Audiometry 151
Summary 157
Frequently Asked Questions 158
Suggested Readings 159
6 Physiological Tests of the Auditory System 160
6.1 Acoustic Immittance 161
6.2 Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs) 177
6.3 Auditory-Evoked Potentials 180
Summary 192
Frequently Asked Questions 193
Suggested Readings 194
7 Pediatric Hearing Loss Identification and
Assessment 195
7.1 Identifying Hearing Loss in Infants Under Three Months of
Age 196
7.2 Pediatric Hearing Evaluation 201
7.3 Identifying Hearing Loss in the Schools 215
Summary 220
Frequently Asked Questions 221
Suggested Readings 221
PART III HEARING DISORDERS 222
8 The Outer Ear 224
8.1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Outer Ear 225

CONTENTS vii
8.2 Disorders of the Outer Ear and Their Treatments 230
Summary 242
Frequently Asked Questions 243
Suggested Readings 244
9 The Middle Ear 245
9.1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Middle Ear 246
9.2 Disorders of the Middle Ear and Their Treatments 252
Summary 276
Frequently Asked Questions 277
Suggested Readings 278
10 The Inner Ear 279
10.1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Inner Ear 280
10.2 Hearing Loss and Disorders of the Inner Ear 290
Summary 318
Frequently Asked Questions 319
Suggested Readings 321
11 The Auditory Nerve and Central Auditory
Pathways 322
11.1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Auditory Nerve and Central
Auditory Pathways 323
11.2 Hearing Loss and the Auditory Nerve and Central Auditory
Pathways 325
11.3 Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders 338
Summary 349
Frequently Asked Questions 350
Suggested Readings 350
12 Nonorganic Hearing Loss 351
12.1 Patients with Nonorganic Hearing Loss 352
12.2 Testing for Nonorganic Hearing Loss 356
12.3 Management of Patients with Nonorganic Hearing
Loss 365
Summary 368
Frequently Asked Questions 369
Suggested Readings 369

PART IV AUDIOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT 370
13 Beyond Hearing: Management of Balance Disorders,
Tinnitus, and Decreased Sound Tolerance 372
13.1 Disturbances of Balance 373
13.2 Tinnitus and Its Management 378
13.3 Decreased Sound Tolerance (DST) 384
Summary 386
Frequently Asked Questions 386
Suggested Readings 387
14 Amplification/Sensory Systems 388
14.1 Hearing Aid Development 389
14.2 Types of Hearing Aids 395
14.3 Implantable Hearing Assistance 400
14.4 Hearing Aid Selection and Fitting 407
14.5 Personal Sound Amplification Products and Hearing Assistance
Technologies 415
Summary 422
Frequently Asked Questions 423
Suggested Readings 424
15 Patient Management 425
15.1 Gathering and Sharing Information 426
15.2 Audiological Counseling 434
15.3 Management of Adult Hearing Impairment 442
15.4 Management of Childhood Hearing Impairment 452
15.5 Management of Auditory Processing Disorders 460
15.6 Multicultural Considerations 463
Summary 468
Frequently Asked Questions 469
Suggested Readings 470
Glossary 471
References 486
Author Index 508
Subject Index 512

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