Dr. Shivashankar’s Case Commentaries (Part 2)

Ediitor’s Note: This is part 2 of Case Commentaries by Dr. Shivashankar. Part 1 focused on a case of unusual conductive hearing loss and a Case of Landau Kleffner Syndrome.   Case C: An unpardonable error due to lack of in-depth knowledge about the spectrum of hearing difficulties an individual can have This is the…

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Dr. Shivashankar’s Case Commentaries (Part 1)

Editor’s Note: We are indeed most fortunate to have the venerable Dr. Shivashankar, from Bangalore, India,  share some of his vast clinical experience in NeuroAudiology with the readers of Pathways. This month we will present part 1 followed by part 2 next month. Dear readers, I take immense pleasure in sharing my clinical experiences with…

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Managing CAPDs while mitigating COVID-19: some considerations for accommodations

by Jeanane M. Ferre, PhD, Audiologist, CCC-A We all are adapting our practices to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic including increased use of telehealth and implementation of safe in-person practice guidelines as recommended by the CDC, ASHA, AAA and our States’ Public Health Offices. As we move forward, we also need to revise…

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Some Audiological Aspects of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

By Julia Bak, B.S. Speech, Language, and Hearing Department, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ   Though often under the audiology diagnostic radar, many patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) (or epilepsy in general) have central auditory processing deficits (CAPD) and related auditory problems (Ehrlé, et al., 2001). Temporal lobe epilepsy, itself, will seldom affect pure-tone…

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