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The effects of genetic hearing impairment in the family

Autor: Dafydd Stephens; Lesley Jones
Editora: Chichester ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, ©2006.
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There has been an explosion of studies in the field of genetic hearing impairment in the past decade, associated with major advances in our understanding of the mechanisms and conditions involved. However, a recent review has highlighted the very limited number of studies on the effects of such hearing impairment on the individuals and families of those concerned. The book addresses the problem by secondary analyses  Ler mais...
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Effects of genetic hearing impairment in the family.
Chichester ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, c2006
(OCoLC)607880735
Online version:
Effects of genetic hearing impairment in the family.
Chichester ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, c2006
(OCoLC)608631443
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Dafydd Stephens; Lesley Jones
ISBN: 9780470029640 0470029641
Número OCLC: 64444036
Descrição: xiv, 359 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Conteúdos: Contributors --
Preface --
Acknowledgements --
pt. 1. Retrospective studies --
1. The impact of having a family history of hearing loss in elderly people / Dafydd Stephens, Peter Lewis and Adrian Davis --
2. The impact of a family history of hearing loss in the Blue Mountain study / Doungkamol Sindhusake, Dafydd Stephens, Philip Newall and Paul Mitchell --
3. The impact for children of having a family history of hearing impairment in a UK-wide population study / Heather Fortnum, Garry Barton, Dafydd Stephens, Paula Stacey and A. Quentin Summerfield --
4. Early childhood hearing impairment and family history: a long-term perspective / Per-Inge Carlsson and Berth Danermark --
5. Effects of a history of hearing problems in the family of origin on the working life / Lotta Coniavitis Gellerstedt and Berth Danermark. pt. 2. Prospective studies --
late onset hearing impairment --
6. Effects of a family history on late onset hearing impairment: results of an open-ended questionnaire / Sophia E. Kramer, Adriana A. Zekveld and Dafydd Stephens --
7. Factors in the effects of a family history on late onset hearing impairment / Dafydd Stephens, Sophia E. Kramer and Angeles Espeso --
8. The impact that a family history of hearing impairment has on those with the condition themselves / Sarah Coulson --
9. Influence of a family history of hearing impairment on participation restriction, activity limitation, anxiety and depression / Angeles Espeso and Dafydd Stephens --
10. Does a family history of hearing impairment effect help seeking behaviour and attitudes to rehabilitation? / Claire Wilson and Dafydd Stephens --
11. The impact of a family history of hearing impairment on rehabilitative intervention: a one-year follow-up / Christophe Saglier, Fernando Perez-Diaz, Lionel Collet and Roland Jouvent. pt. 3. Conditions associated with familial hearing impairment --
12. The influence of a family history of hearing loss and/or of tinnitus on tinnitus annoyance and distress / Sylviane Chéry-Croze and Hung Thai-Van --
13. Tinnitus: the impact of family history / Veronica Kennedy and Dafydd Stephens --
14. Psychosocial aspects of neurofibromatosis type 2 reported by affected individuals / Wanda Neary, Dafydd Stephens, Richard Ramsden and Gareth Evans --
15. Psychosocial aspects of neurofibromatosis type 2 reported by relatives/significant others / Wanda Neary, Dafydd Stephens, Richard Ramsden and Gareth Evans --
16. Attitudes of adults with otosclerosis towards issues surrounding genetics and the impact of hearing loss / Anna Middleton, Ioannis Moumoulidis, Graeme Crossland, Mallappa Raghu, Pranay Kumat Singh, Evan Reid and Patrick Axon --
17. Peoples reaction to having a family history of otosclerosis / Dafydd Stephens and Nele Lemkens. pt. 4. Genetic counselling and family reactions --
18. Genetic counselling and the d/deaf community / Anna Middleton --
19. Seeing chromosomes: improving access to culturally-sensitive genetic counselling through the provision of genetic information in British sign language / Rachel Belk --
20. Ethnicity, spirituality and genetics services / Lesley Jones, Ghazalla Mir and Rohanna Khan --
21. Living with NF2 / Peter Crawshaw and Cynthia Crawshaw --
22. The meaning of hearing loss in the same family over nearly 200 years / Anna-Carin Rehnman --
pt. 5. Research needs --
23. Family history of hearing impairment and its psychological and social consequences : what next? / Berth Danermark (with contributions from Per-Inge Carlsson, Lesley Jones and Dafydd Stephens) --
Index.
Responsabilidade: edited by Dafydd Stephens and Lesley Jones.
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