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Phonocephalography: a non-invasive diagnostic technique: Normal vascular sounds

  • Sayed Tewfik (a1)


Phonocephalography is the amplification and recording of sounds from the surface and cavities of the head. It is on trial for a simple, passive non-invasive diagnostic technique in tinnitus and intracranial angiology. This article presents the recordings of normal phonocephalography, i.e. the recording of normal sounds in the head.



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