New York/Stuttgart – A new study guide has just been published designed to help ENT candidates studying for Otolaryngology board examinations.

In Audiology Answers for Otolaryngologists, published by Thieme, the authors distill the essential audiology information Otolaryngology residents need to tackle their board examinations, and addresses the most common questions posed by aspiring ear, nose and throat (ENT) physicians.

The book is structured in a FAQ (frequently asked questions) format, helping readers to crystallize and reinforce must-know concepts. High-quality photographs, audiograms, charts, and tables complement the text.

The guide is based on partly on research and teaching at Washington University Medical School and its Central Institute for the Deaf (CID).

Audiology Answers for Otolaryngologists guides residents through the challenging audiology component of their board exam, and may also serve as a handy reference for otolaryngologists, audiologists and speech language pathologists.

Audiology Answers for Otolaryngologists by Valente, Fernandez, and Monroe is available for $49.95 on the Thieme Web site.

SOURCE: Thieme