Logan Turner's Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear has been completely updated and expanded to reflect the increasing sophistication of diagnostic and management skills within otolaryngology.
This classic textbook of otolaryngology is divided into four parts: Rhinology; Head and Neck; Otology; Paediatrics. Each section has been extensively updated and paediatric otolaryngology expanded to take into account increasing interest in this field. Chapters on diseases specific to the developing countries are now included to complement each section.
Essential reading for ENT specialists in training, and those about to embark on ENT, the general practitioner, young doctors considering ENT and those taking the diploma (DO-HNS).
Each chapter includes new features such as:
* Key Learning Points
* References / Further Reading
* Summary Points
* Glossary of terminology
•Fully updated content to reflect the advances in diagnostic and management
•Updated and detailed line drawings
•New addition of references, further reading and glossary
•Key fact boxes to highlight main learning points in each chapter
•CD ROM containing an image bank of colour photographs
About the Author(s):
Robin Blair, MB ChB FRCS(Ed) FRCS(C) FACS, Professor ENT Surgery, Dundee, UK
Arnold G D Maran, MD FRCS(Ed) FACS, Head, Department of Otolaryngology, University of Edinburgh, UK
Readership: ENT specialists in training (ST1 and ST2); those taking the Diploma DO-HNS.