- Author:A.G.D. Maran,P.M. Stell
- Publisher:Blackwell Science Ltd (December 31, 1979)
- Pages:576 pages
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Maran, A. G. D. (Arnold George . . Personal Name: Stell, P. M. (Philip Michael).
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In: Clinical Otolaryngology (Maran, . and Stell, P. ed. pp. 189–206, Blackwell Scientific Publications. Smyth, G. Hassard, T. H. (1978) Eighteen years experience in stapedectomy. The case for the small fenestra operation
In: Clinical Otolaryngology (Maran, . Emad, Rasmy (1986) Stapedius reflex after stapedectomy with preservation of the stapedius tendon. Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 100: 521–527. Filipo, . de Seta, . Bertoli, G. A. High-frequency audiometry and stapes surgery. The case for the small fenestra operation. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Larvngology, 87, Suppl 3: 3–36. Elkordy, A. F. (1980) Long term hearing performance after stapedectomy.
Clinical Otolaryngology. A prospective analysis of the incidence of paranasal sinus opacification in 100 patients referred for cranial computerized tomography (CT) for non-sinus related problems is described. The findings were correlated with symptomatic assessment.
Book Publishing WeChat. JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, Vo. N., November 19, 2014. and Jacobson, I. (1990) Tumours of the Ear. In: Maran, .
It was established in 1976 as Clinical Otolaryngology and Allied Sciences, obtaining its current title in 2005.