SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Plural Publishing recently released new editions of some of their most notable vestibular/balance. These updates bring fully rewritten chapters, updated references, and access to accompanying PluralPlus companion websites with content such as videos and figures to supplement the texts.
Editors: Gary P. Jacobson, Neil T. Shepard, Kamran Barin, Robert F. Burkard, Kristen Janky, and
Devin McCaslin | Published: 1/20/2020 | ISBN-13: 978-1-63550-188-9 |
The third edition of Balance Function Assessment and Management, the best-selling text on the subject, continues to address the assessment and treatment of balance system impairments through contributions from top experts in the areas of dizziness and vertigo.
Designed for graduate audiology programs and practicing audiologists, the book has been reorganized and includes three new chapters: Historical Perspective of the Perception of Vertigo, Dizziness, and Vestibular Medicine; Vestibular Balance Therapy for Children; and Challenging Cases. Joining Gary P. Jacobson, PhD and Neil T. Shepard, PhD are four new editors: Kamran Barin, PhD, Robert F. Burkard, PhD, Kristen Janky, AuD, PhD, and Devin L. McCaslin, PhD. Videos are included on a companion website.
Author: Devin L. McCaslin | Published: 10/14/2019 | ISBN-13: 978-1-63550-081-3 |
The new edition Electronystagmography and Videonystagmography remains a practical and portable resource for conducting and interpreting the ENG/VNG examination. The text, part of Plural Publishing’s Core Clinical Concepts in Audiology series, now also includes a new chapter describing the most common disorders causing dizziness, providing the diagnostic criterion for each disorder.
The second edition also includes new illustrations and 10 cases with 17 videos accessible on a companion website.
Editors: Robert C. O’Reilly, Thierry Morlet, Sharon L. Cushing, and Jacob R. Brodsky |
Published: 1/24/2020 | ISBN-13: 978-1-63550-146-9 |
This thoroughly updated second edition of Manual of Pediatric Balance Disorders remains a vital resource for clinicians and students specializing in pediatric vestibular and balance disorders. The text is organized for effective use in the clinic, classroom, bedside, or laboratory, and is separated into four parts: Basic Mechanisms, Clinical Evaluation, Pediatric Vestibular Disorders, and Treatment. Each chapter ends with Self-Assessment Questions to aid in reader comprehension and address important chapter topics.
Manual of Pediatric Balance Disorders features contributions from 45 experts across the fields of otolaryngology, audiology, neurology, and physical therapy, and represents the distillation of years of cumulative clinical and research experience.
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