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Cochlear implants : fundamentals and applications / Graeme Clark
Bib ID 1009944
Format BookBook
Author
Clark, Graeme M., 1935-
 
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Description New York : Springer, 2003 
xxix, 830 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0387955836
Series

AIP series in modern acoustics and signal processing.

Full contents
  • 1. A History
  • 2. Surgical Anatomy
  • 3. Surgical Pathology
  • 4. Neurobiology
  • 5. Electrophysiology
  • 6. Psychophysics
  • 7. Speech (Sound) Processing
  • 8. Engineering
  • 9. Preoperative Selection
  • 10. Surgery
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Cochlear Implants.  |  Cochlear implants.  |  Deafness - Rehabilitation.  |  Deaf - Rehabilitation.

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