Thieme Publishing Group, New York City, has announced that Cochlear Implants, by Susan B. Waltzman and J. Thomas Roland, has been completely revised to include the most up-to-date information on the clinical and translational sciences related to this rapidly evolving technology. Now in its 3rd edition, it contains chapters on the latest developments in the field, including those in: genetics, neuroplasticity, expanding criteria for implantation, the application of implant technology to tinnitus and vestibular issues, music perception, and intraoperative monitoring.
The Laryngoscope recently praised the new addition, writing: “Overall, the second edition of Cochlear Implants is an excellent resource for professionals and students in various disciplines (otolaryngology, audiology, education of the deaf, and basic sciences) involved with the care or understanding of hearing loss. This edition serves its purpose for learning and reference in a condensed textbook that will be well used.”
Thieme reports that the book is a valuable reference for otolaryngologists head and neck surgeons, audiologists, neurotologists, speech pathologists, and all professionals involved in the design and usage of cochlear implants as well as an essential text for audiology students.
Source: Thieme Publishing Group