Head Neck Surgery otolaryngology

  • Filename: head-neck-surgery-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 9780781755610
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Number of pages: 2826
  • Author: Byron J. Bailey
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Newly revised and updated, this comprehensive, easy-to-use two-volume otolaryngology text is now in its Fourth Edition. More than 30 new chapters are included that reflect advances in the field, such as outcomes and evidence-based medicine, surgical management of nasal valve collapse and choanal atresia, immunology and allergy, allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, complications of rhinosinusitis, management of dysphagia, radiographic examination of the upper aerodigestive tract, endoscopic evaluation of the upper aerodigestive tract, cosmetic uses of Botox, and more. Coverage includes both adult and pediatric otolaryngology. All chapters are written by distinguished world-renowned authorities and contain summary highlights boxes, summary tables, and end-of-chapter reviews. More than 2,500 illustrations complement the text.

Essentials of Otolaryngology

  • Filename: essentials-of-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 0781747074
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Number of pages: 504
  • Author: Frank E. Lucente
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Thoroughly revised and updated for its Fifth Edition, this handy pocket manual presents step-by-step guidelines on patient workup, differential diagnosis, and therapy for more than 40 symptoms occurring in the head and neck region. The authors outline current treatment recommendations and offer primary care physicians advice on indications for referral. Also included are chapters on anatomy and physiology, history taking, physical examination, occupational medicine, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric otolaryngology, as well as an introduction to outcome analysis and office-based clinical research. This edition features several new chapters, including pain management and use of lasers in otolaryngology.

Controversies in Otolaryngology

  • Filename: controversies-in-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 0865778531
  • Release Date: 2001-01-01
  • Number of pages: 476
  • Author: Myles L. Pensak
  • Publisher: Thieme

Comprised of the expert opinions of several prominent otolaryngologists, Controversies in Otolaryngology offers the rationale and thinking behind 28 key topics in the field. In each easy-to-follow section, you will find an important topic debated by three prominent physicians. With a total of 84 different viewpoints on today's most thought-provoking issues, highlighted by nearly 200 drawings and dozens of tables, this book is an essential professional sourcebook. Covering topics ranging from the role of chemotherapy in head and neck cancer to cochlear implants in congenitally deaf children, this book is valuable to all specialists. Whether you are just entering the field, an experienced practitioner, or looking for guidance on specific topics, Controversies in Otolaryngology offers expert opinions that often validate or refute a practice protocol -- and always offers stimulating and informative reading.


  • Filename: otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 9781604066098
  • Release Date: 2011-01-01
  • Number of pages: 704
  • Author: Allen M. Seiden
  • Publisher: Thieme

With a renowned team of editors and contributors, this book provides a thorough overview of the important clinical facts otolaryngologists need to remain current in the field. The text is ideal for self-testing and review, and the book's clear and concise format is designed for easy learning and fast retention. The text is broken down by anatomical sections for ease of use, with each section then divided into chapters on anatomy and physiology, relevant clinical tests, congenital and functional disorders, infectious and inflammatory disorders, neoplasms, cysts, and trauma. When necessary, important information not fitting into any specific chapter is included in Special Considerations chapters at the end of each section. Key features:-Pearls-important tips highlighted throughout the book, based on the authors' many years of clinical experience-Special Considerations-pertinent information set off for additional emphasis-Pitfalls-points out potentially misleading information and situations that might lead to incorrect diagnoses-Controversial Points-where there is a difference of opinion, both sides of the issue are presented-Valuable coverage of important topics, including flap reconstruction, aesthetic surgery, skin lesions, and much more!Otolaryngology: The Essentials is a valuable reference for practitioners as well as an outstanding self-assessment and review guide for residents. With its companion text, Otolaryngology: A Case Study Approach, the books give you a complete source of reliable clinical information.

Pediatric Otolaryngology

  • Filename: pediatric-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 9781607950189
  • Release Date: 2013-06-01
  • Number of pages: 2000
  • Author: Charles D. Bluestone
  • Publisher: PMPH-USA

Suitable for fellows wishing to train in the specialty, given that the standard of training requires knowledge in laryngotracheal reconstruction, congenital airway anomalies, or-facial anomalies, speech and voice disorders, head and neck, and diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss, this book covers the development in the field..

Cummings Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery

  • Filename: cummings-otolaryngology-head-and-neck-surgery.
  • ISBN: 9780323080873
  • Release Date: 2010-03-09
  • Number of pages: 3672
  • Author: Paul W. Flint
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

Through four editions, Cummings Otolaryngology has been the world's most trusted source for comprehensive guidance on all facets of head and neck surgery. This 5th Edition - edited by Paul W. Flint, Bruce H. Haughey, Valerie J. Lund, John K. Niparko, Mark A. Richardson, K. Thomas Robbins, and J. Regan Thomas – equips you to implement all the newest discoveries, techniques, and technologies that are shaping patient outcomes. You'll find new chapters on benign neoplasms, endoscopic DCR, head and neck ultrasound, and trends in surgical technology... a new section on rhinology... and coverage of hot topics such as Botox. Plus, your purchase includes access to the complete contents of this encyclopedic reference online, with video clips of key index cases! Overcome virtually any clinical challenge with detailed, expert coverage of every area of head and neck surgery, authored by hundreds of leading luminaries in the field. See clinical problems as they present in practice with 3,200 images - many new to this edition. Consult the complete contents of this encyclopedic reference online, with video clips of key index cases! Stay current with new chapters on benign neoplasms, endoscopic DCR, head and neck ultrasound, and trends in surgical technology... a new section on rhinology... and coverage of hot topics including Botox. Get fresh perspectives from a new editorial board and many new contributors. Find what you need faster through a streamlined format, reorganized chapters, and a color design that expedites reference.

Expert Guide to Otolaryngology

  • Filename: expert-guide-to-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 9780943126999
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Number of pages: 707
  • Author: Karen H. Calhoun
  • Publisher: ACP Press

In this volume, physicians will find information on a variety of topics from dizziness to head and neck cancer. Through the combined efforts of experts in the field, the book stresses efficient, cost-effective approaches to the diagnosis and management of ear, nose and throat conditions.


  • Filename: otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 0407009248
  • Release Date: 1990-01-01
  • Number of pages: 290
  • Author: Neil Weir
  • Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

Published to coincide with the XIVth World Congress of Otolaryngology held in Madrid in September 1989. The author pays tribute to the great contribution made by the eminent medical historians, Robert Scott Stevenson and Douglas Guthrie whose A History of Oto-laryngology appeared in 1949.

Pediatric Otolaryngology

  • Filename: pediatric-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 0865778353
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Number of pages: 1042
  • Author: Ralph F. Wetmore
  • Publisher: Thieme

Pediatric Otolaryngology: Principles and Practice Pathways will be a great addition to the libraries of both pediatricand general otolaryngologists as it highlights evidence-based,practical management strategies for common andcomplex pediatric otolaryngology disorders.-- Cristina M. Baldassari, MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia Written and edited by renowned experts, Pediatric Otolaryngology: Principles and Practice Pathways Second Edition covers the medical and surgical management of clinical problems encountered in pediatric otolaryngology. The core of the book is the evidence-based practice pathways formulated to help clinicians identify and treat a wide range of disorders, ranging from the common to the highly complex. Designed to be the residents go-to book during pediatric otolaryngology rotations and an authoritative reference for day-to-day practice, this text will be a valued professional asset for years to come. New in this second edition: A current review of pediatric cochlear implantation Up-to-date coverage of genetic breakthroughs that impact congenital hearing loss Discussion of recent controversies surrounding tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy Coverage of the new subspecialties emerging within the broader field of pediatric otolaryngology, including airway reconstruction, voice, and more The clinical pathways in this encyclopedic text provide a roadmap for the decision-making process and are essential for residents, fellows, and practitioners in pediatric otolaryngology who strive to provide the highest level of patient care.


  • Filename: otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 9781588905871
  • Release Date: 2011-01-01
  • Number of pages: 784
  • Author: Thomas R. Van De Water
  • Publisher: Thieme

Here is a complete resource for all the basic science and clinical knowledge related to otolaryngology, from relevant molecular biology to physiology to clinical practice. It offers excellent coverage of all key topics with one goal in mind -- to provide a solid foundation for the understanding and practice of this diverse specialty. Both comprehensive and succinct, this book is an ideal review text and study tool for residents preparing for their board exams. Organized into six organ-specific sections, the book provides such key clinical information as: basic principles of allergic diseases, the oncology of head and neck tumors, the biology and testing of olfactory dysfunction, neurological disorders of the larynx, sleep apnea management, working with hearing aids and cochlear implants, and much more. Each chapter features a Chapter Outline, numerous tables, and Self-Test Questions with their answers to ensure thorough comprehension. You will also find more than 350 illustrations demonstrating important concepts. This book is an invaluable resource for residents taking their boards and a useful refresher for practicing otolaryngologists at all levels. It is the one reference you will turn to again and again.

Office based Surgery in Otolaryngology

  • Filename: office-based-surgery-in-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 086577739X
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Number of pages: 478
  • Author: Andrew Blitzer
  • Publisher: Thieme

Otolaryngologists are working harder than ever to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and lessen their reliance on hospital-based surgery. This book - with contributions from more than 60 leading experts -is the guide they need to keep up with this important trend. A comprehensive, one-source reference, the guide begins with detailed information on office set-up and management, reimbursement, credentialing, and legal issues. It then provides step-by-step, fully illustrated coverage of more than 50 different office-based procedures. Highlights include: Complete how-to instruction in the most important new procedures in otology, laryngology, rhinology, oral surgery, and head and neck surgery Detailed coverage of endoscopic and laser-based techniques Special section on office procedures in cosmetic and facial plastic surgery, including otoplasty, rhinoplasty, face lift, and hair transplantation Practical information on managing the office and handling credentialing, insurance, and reimbursement

Paediatric Otolaryngology

  • Filename: paediatric-otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 0407005161
  • Release Date: 1987
  • Number of pages: 571
  • Author: John N. G. Evans
  • Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann


  • Filename: otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 9781604064780
  • Release Date: 2011-01-01
  • Number of pages: 336
  • Author: K. J. Lee
  • Publisher: Thieme

This handbook presents a comprehensive overview of the fundamental concepts and core techniques for basic and advanced otolaryngologic procedures. It uses an easy-to-follow, high-yield, bullet-point format that enables the reader to rapidly review key points in each surgical procedure. With pointers and descriptions of pitfalls provided throughout the text, this book guides the reader through the techniques for such procedures as endoscopic sinus surgery, head and neck cancer surgery and reconstruction, otologic and neurotologic surgery, cosmetic facial surgery, and much more.Highlights: Review of surgical indications, preoperative and postoperative considerations for each procedure Step-by-step descriptions of basic techniques for surgery of the nose, sinuses, ears, skull base, and upper aerodigestive tract Overview of the use of image guidance systems for surgical navigation Guidelines on digital imaging and archiving for photodocumentation in medicine Otolaryngology: A Surgical Notebook is ideal for residents and medical students in otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, and facial plastic surgery. It will also serve as a valuable refresher for established practitioners preparing for surgery.


  • Filename: otolaryngology.
  • ISBN: 0721670555
  • Release Date: 1980
  • Number of pages: 3020
  • Author: Michael M. Paparella
  • Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company

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