Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses

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This practical and comprehensive sourcebook sets out to strengthen the practitioner's understanding of clinically important auditory evoked responses (AERs). It enhances understanding of the anatomy, measurement and interpretation of AERs, helps improve AER recording procedures using stimulus techniques, and introduces new evoked response patient services.

Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses 1992, Allyn & Bacon

ISBN-13: 9780205135660

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