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This book represents the complete proceedings of the conference sponsored by the Information Center for Hearing, Speech, and Communicative Disorders of Human Communication at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
All authors have been chosen with great care because of their scientific research and commitment to the study of microvascular biology. Their academic stature and their input to this volume is of the highest quality. The book is constructed as a series of 15 independent presentations, each of which is followed by a pertinent discussion. All chapters are informative and well written, abundantly illustrated with diagrams, charts, and a host of electron microscopic illustrations. Each is referenced by a relevant and adequate bibliography.
Snow and Suga's work on control of cochlear blood flow, Kimura's chapter on cochlear vascular lesions, and Thalmann et al's presentation make up some of the impressive informative chapters in the latter half of the book.
CLEMIS JD. Vascular Disorders and Hearing Defects. Arch Otolaryngol. 1974;99(2):156. doi:10.1001/archotol.1974.00780030162023
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