1 Meniere's Disease and Aided Distortion
2 Transcranial Contralateral Routing for Single-Sided Deafness
3 Central Vestibular Dysfunction: A Case of Wernicke's Encephalopathy
4 I Hear Worse When I Wear Two Hearing Aids
5 You Need to Take Care of Your Front End!
6 I Only Want Hearing Aids&emdash;Today!
7 Hearing Assistive Technology: A Viable Alternative to Hearing Aids
8 An Unexpected Cause of Sudden Hearing Loss
9 Hearing Disorders: Vestibular Schwannomas and Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
10 A Classic Case of Vestibular Neuritis
11 Vestibular Migraine Disease and Horizontal Canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo in an Adult Patient
12 Innovative Hearing Device for the Treatment of Mild to Severe Sensorineural Hearing Loss
13 A Case of Central and Peripheral Vestibular Impairment
14 Importance of Audiologic and Vestibular Evaluation in the Diagnosis of Unilateral Vestibular Schwannoma
15 Nonorganic Hearing Loss: A Case Study
16 Audiologic Management of an African American Patient with Sickle Cell Disease
17 The Presentation of Cerebellar Disease in Vestibular Testing of an Adult Patient
18 It Is Never Too Late
19 The Role of an Inciting Event Causing Vertigo
20 Maximizing Tinnitus/Hyperacusis Sound Therapy with Real Ear Measures
21 Diagnostic and Treatment Outcomes for an Adolescent with Left Functional Hemispherectomy
22 Hearing Aid Prescriptive Methods in an Adult Patient
23 Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Lateral Canal Conundrum
24 Quick-Fit versus Programming Hearing Aid Fittings: Acoustic and Perceptual Differences
25 Fitting Hearing Aids to a Patient with Mild Hearing Loss
26 Adult Patient with Chronic Otitis Media and Recurrent Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
27 Tympanic Membrane Perforation as a Result of a Japanese Beetle
28 Middle Ear Effects from Playing a Brass Musical Instrument
29 Maximum Conductive Hearing Loss Secondary to Surgical Closure of the External Auditory Canal
30 When Mild Hearing Loss Accompanies Mild Cognitive Impairment
31 Coping with Hearing Challenges at Work
32 A Case of "Definite" Meniere's Disease: Unilaterally Abnormal Caloric Test with Bilaterally Normal Video Head Impulse Testing Test
33 Audiologic Management of a Patient with Psychogenic Hearing Loss
34 Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Syndrome
35 How Auditory Processing Deficits Can Interfere with a College Student's Success in School and Work
36 Hearing versus Auditory Processing Disorders: Are Hearing Aids Enough?
37 An Unusual Case of Fluctuating Hearing Loss
38 Young Adult with Misophonia
39 Hidden Hearing Loss
40 Auditory Dyssynchrony: A Struggle to Understand Speech in Noise
41 Cochlear Implantation in Meningitis Caused by Streptococcus Suis
42 Cochlear Implantation in Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media with Cholesteatoma
43 Auditory Processing Disorder Therapy for Mitochondrial Myopathy
44 Patient Decision to Purchase Hearing Aids: Bundling or Unbundling
45 Tinnitus and Hyperacusis
46 A Case of Extreme Misophonia and Hyperacusis
47 Asymmetric Hearing Loss: Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Treatment
48 The Origins of Physiologic Modulation of a Low-Noise Microphone in a Human Ear Canal
49 Endolymphatic Sac Tumor: Audiometric and Vestibular Considerations
50 Occupational Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in a Zumba Instructor: Identification and Management
Real-life cases enable students and practitioners to integrate adult-centered audiology knowledge into clinical practice!
Adult Audiology Casebook, Second Edition by esteemed researchers and educators Michael Valente and L. Maureen Valente presents all new cases, reflecting issues that have become more prevalent in clinical settings. An impressive array of international authors provide expert advice, best practices, and vital tools clinicians need to successfully manage patient expectations and achieve optimal outcomes. Seven sections encompass a wide range of hearing, vestibular, and balance disorders, other conditions that result in hearing loss, diagnostic exams for auditory and vestibular function, and treatments.
• 50 comprehensive cases covering all aspects of adult audiology include thought-provoking questions and answers followed by a summary of key points
• Full color audiograms provide a reader-friendly hearing loss evaluation tool
• Simple and complex treatment approaches including aural rehabilitation, sound therapy, auditory processing disorder therapy, hearing aids, cochlear implants, and hearing assistive technologies
• Discussion of a wide variety of diagnostic tools used for audiometric assessment
Essential reading for graduate level audiology students, this casebook is a must have for sharpening and enhancing clinical skills. It also provides a robust classroom tool for audiology and speech-language pathology professors, as well as a practical daily reference for audiologists, otolaryngologists, and ENT residents.
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