Management of Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss: A Discussion

By Maurice Miller, Ph.D. Today I’m offering my suggestions regarding a subject very close to my professional interests and concerns: “Idiopathic” Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SSNHL). Idiopathic SSNHL is an interesting term which the great audiologist, Stanley Gelfand{{1}}[[1]]Gelfand, S. Essentials of Audiology. 3rd Edition. Thieme (2009)[[1]]has indicated in his classic text that it is a…

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Billing bonanza for balance assessment inspires unsavory sales pitches

The following Hearing View combines two posts that the author, Alan Desmond, AuD, originally published on January 16 and 23 on his blog, Dizziness Depot.  I am republishing them here because I believe that Alan’s cogent reporting and commentary on questionable sales practices in the health care field deserve a broader audience. On March 1,…

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