Faster Diagnosis of Acoustic Tumor with Physician and Audiologist

Note from Judy Huch, AuD, Editor: I have the privilege to supervise 4th year Audiology Externs at our offices in Tucson. We are fortunate that most of what we see is routine, but we do have “teaching moments”.  Not all of these moments are as health-altering as this case, fortunately, when an Acoustic Neuroma was…

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Quinine: Old, Effective, Bitter, Ototoxic: Malaria Part 4

HHTM Staff HHTM Readers: drug regimens for prevention and/or treatment of malaria were the topics for the last two series posts, following a post on the disease itself.  The disease is terrible and so are the handful of drugs used to prevent or treat it.  Quinine is the standout – historically, politically, economically, audiologically, and…

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Introducing The Audiology Condition

An Old Concept   The Audiology Condition is a new section, but an old concept that began in 2011 in the Hearing Health section.  I co-edited Hearing Health with other busy practitioners who gave unstintingly of their time and specialty expertise.  Those co-editors  were Scott Frink, Christine Diles, and for the last several years, Bob…

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