Hearing: Anatomy, Physiology, and Disorders of the Auditory System, 2nd edition, (PDF) offers comprehensive info about the anatomy and physiology of the whole auditory system and it explains crucial elements of disorders of the cochlea, the middle ear, and the nerve system in a thorough way. Most other books on Hearing are concentrated on either the periphery or the main nerve system and hardly ever incorporate anatomy and physiology with scientific problems. In the previous years, it has actually emerged that pathologies of the peripheral parts of the auditory system affect the function of the nerve system and vice versa. It is hence more and more vital to see the peripheral and main parts of the auditory system in an integrative method. This book incorporates descriptions of disorders of the ear and the nerve system and offers extensive protection of anatomy and physiology of the whole auditory system. The book presents the function of neural plasticity in the signs of disorders such as hyperacusis, ringing in the ears,and phonophobia. A different chapter goes over cochlear and auditory brainstem implants.
- Fully showed with thoroughly chosen images
- Includes chapter on cochlear and auditory brainstem implants
- Offers an intro into psychoacoustics and physical acoustics
- This ebook offers an extensive understanding of the anatomy and function of the auditory system
- Provides comprehensive info on the peripheral worried system and auditory organs in addition to the main nerve system
- As important for trainees of and scientists in standard sciences (psychology, biology, audiology, neuroscience, etc) when it comes to clinicians