Sensori-Neural Deafness and Neuromuscular Dysfunctions

McCarron, Lawrence T.; Ludlow, Gerald C.
January 1981
Journal of Rehabilitation;Jan-Mar81, Vol. 47 Issue 1
Academic Journal
Examines the impact of sensori-neural deafness and neuromuscular dysfunction on job placement in the United States. Comparison between neuromotor dysfunction of sensori-neural deaf and person with normal hearing; Influence of secondary dysfunction on vocational placement; Extent of dysfunction predominance in sensori-neural deaf.


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