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Licensed hearing aid dispensers are trained to assess hearing and fit and service hearing aids.
Otolaryngologists (also called ear-nose-and-throat, or ENT, doctors) are physicians who have advanced training in disorders of the ear, nose, throat and head and neck.
An audiologist is a healthcare professional who has earned a masters and/or doctoral degree in audiology. Audiology is essentially the science of hearing, as it applies to...
Otolaryngologists, neurotologists and otologists are the physicians who typically treat disorders of the ear requiring medical or surgical solutions.
Speech and language disorders refer to problems in communication and related areas such as oral motor function.
Otologists or neurotologists are physicians who, in addition to their ENT requirements, continue their specialized training for an additional year or more in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the ear.
Hearing aid implants are devices which are physically attached to the patient.
I'm currently attending school for my masters in Speech and Language Pathology and was working on a group presentation regarding Treacher Collins Syndrome as it relates to language disorders. I had a difficult time finding SLP case studies, or examples of
If a potential candidate for a bone conduction implant does have a functioning ossicular chain, could they still be a candidate? When implanted, what are the down sides to having a bone conduction unit in terms of limitations and benefits?
What are all the causes of retrograde amnesia?
If a perilymph fistula is present, does fluid leak into the middle ear? If there is a hearing loss, does the fistula affect hearing in both ears or just one?
What are the symptoms of vestibular neuronitis? How long does vestibular neuronitis last? How do you get/catch vestibular neuronitis?
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