Overview.- "Hearing" and Auditory Neuropathy: Lessons from Patients, Physiology, and Genetics.- Pathophysiology and Genetics.- Auditory Nerve Disease, New Classification: Auditory and Vestibular Neuropathy.- Identification of Different Subtypes of Auditory Neuropathy Using Electrocochleography.- Sound Localization and Lateralization of Patients with Auditory Neuropathy.- Trends in Genetic Research on Auditory Neuropathy.- Cochlear Implants.- Environmental Sound Perception in Patients with Cochlear Implants Compared with That in Patients with Auditory Nerve Diseases (Auditory Neuropathy) and Cortical Deafness.- Pediatric Cochlear Implantation in Auditory Neuropathy.- Cochlear Implantation for Children with Auditory Neuropathy Among Japanese Language Users.- Cochlear Implantation for a Child with Auditory Nerve Disease: a Case Report.- Vestibular Neuropathy.- Vestibular Neuropathy and Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential.- Impulsive Testing of Semicircular Canal Function.- Neurological Cases.- Similarities and Differences Between Auditory Neuropathy and Acoustic Neuroma.- Diagnosis of Auditory Neuropathy (AN) in Child Neurology.- A Case of Unilateral Auditory Neuropathy.- Historical Issues.- Prehistory of Auditory Neuropathy in Japan.- Is Auditory Neuropathy an Appropriate Diagnosis if There Is No Neuropathy?.
From the reviews: "This book distills the most current information about the pathophysiology, genetics, diagnosis, and management of auditory and vestibular neuropathies. ! This book is directed at physicians, audiologists, and other practitioners who have some background in auditory and vestibular neuropathies ! ." (Sandra L Koterski, Doody's Review Service, March, 2009)