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by Rinaldo F. Canalis MD,Paul R. Lambert
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Rinaldo F. Canalis MD,Paul R. Lambert
  • ISBN:
    078171558X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0781715584
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    LWW; 1st edition (January 15, 2000)
  • Pages:
    900 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Written by leading experts, this volume is the most comprehensive text and clinical reference in otology.

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The Ear: Comprehensive Otology, Rinaldo F. Canalis and Paul R. Lambert, ed. 2012,Volume 54, Number 1, January. 14) Mills, John . Cliff A. Megerian, and Paul R. Lambert, eds. Lippincott. Williams & Wilkins, 2000. 10) Coles, R. R. M. E. Lutman, and J. T. Buffin. Guidelines on the diagnosis of noiseinduced. hearing loss for medicolegal purposes. Presbyacusis and. presbyastasis. Ballanger’s otorhinolaryngology head and neck surgery. 17th ed. New York: BC. Decker Inc (2009): 333-42.

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This book is a short guide summarizing the complex and often challenging anatomy of the ear, and pairing it with pertinent and practical clinical and surgical pearls, for situations an otologist encounters . Paul R. Lambert, MD. Professor & Chair.

This book is a short guide summarizing the complex and often challenging anatomy of the ear, and pairing it with pertinent and practical clinical and surgical pearls, for situations an otologist encounters daily. It can serve as an introductory manual for students and residents getting started in Otology. It is a practical study refresher for more senior residents as well as general otolaryngologists and other ear enthusiasts. Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.

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In celestial mechanics, Lambert's problem is concerned with the determination of an orbit from two position vectors and the time of flight, posed in the 18th century by Johann Heinrich Lambert and formally solved with mathematical proof by Joseph-Louis Lagrange. It has important applications in the areas of rendezvous, targeting, guidance, and preliminary orbit determination.

Written by leading experts, this volume is the most comprehensive text and clinical reference in otology. The book provides in-depth, authoritative coverage of every aspect of the specialty, including the otologic history and physical examination of the ear, the radiologic evaluation of temporal bone disorders, the audiologic tests in current use, and the diagnosis and management of all disorders affecting the ear, vestibular system, temporal bone, and facial nerve. Over 800 illustrations complement the text.