Welcome to the ASN Virtual Library
In physical well being as well as in the daily medical practice for every day patients we have to realize and to accept that the disorders of the human sensorial system plays an increasingly important role.
The International Society for the studies of the Equilibrium, the Hearing, the Taste and the Smell (4-G-F Reg.) - and Otoophtalmological Neurophisiology had decided to develop an Internet focus with informations from scientists and clinicians in the field of sensology worldwidely. The data, articles, reviews and standards are presented in the following homepage system.
From there the authors have the opportunity to direct themselves towards a worldwide audience. By means of this information and exchange focus of specialized knowledge the scientists and clinicians in the field of Sensology and Neurootology can easily communicate and extract informations of the most recent advancements directly.
Finally, also the interested patients may get the most recent data about problems, which concern their complaints and diseases. However, we have to limit the explanations for the patients as there also may be such a specialized, scientific knowledge, which patients only can understand by the help and through the interpretations of their physicians.
This homepage system represents a science based international network activity of and for medical and other specialists in the field of modern sensology and neurootology comprizing equilibrium, hearing, taste and smell research including vertigo, dizziness, instability, nausea, tinnitus, hearing loss, deterioration of taste and smell.
As we are starting this project now at the brink into a new millennium, we would like to adapt it in a best way to suit the purposes of the users. Therefore we like to appreciate comments, critics and advices so that we can approve and even modify this internet focus for the better as well as easier use through all the persons being interested in this activity, equally if they are the publishing investigators and scientists or if they are the communicators and readers.