An ideal textbook for trainee and practising rhinologists and otolaryngologists, Practical Rhinology provides expert direction on all aspects of rhinology. Completely up-to-date, the text addresses the most pertinent aspects of contemporary rhinology and provides a distillation of the current advances in this superspecialty from several of the world's leaders in this field. This is a book to help the clinician during their day-to-day practice. There is an emphasis on clinical management and whilst it is written by a team of experienced international experts, it gives guidance on the management of common disorders and symptoms.
General chapters on anatomy, pre- and post-operative management and overseeing complications are accompanied by skilled guidance on how to deal with specific surgical problems, such as anterior skull base surgery, the frontal sinus and nasal tumours. Further chapters provide invaluable information on topics including technical advances, paediatric conditions, CSF leaks, and orbital and lacrimal surgery. Chapters on how to interpret symptoms and the patient’s perspective are also included to complement the key knowledge.
• Written by senior international specialists providing expert guidance
on each subject
• High quality colour images to demonstrate features of importance
• Coverage of the latest technical advances in rhinology
• Clinical guidance with its evidence base wherever possible
Table of Contents:
1. Applied surgical anatomy of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses
2. Making sense of symptoms
3. Medical management of rhinosinusitis
4. Technical advances and the endoscopically assisted bimanual technique
5. Preoperative work-up and assessment
6. Complications of sinus surgery
7. Orbital and lacrimal surgery
8. Endonasal surgery of the anterior skull base
9. Pituitary and parasellar surgery
10. Endoscopic management of nasal tumours
11. Cerebrospinal fluid leaks
12. The frontal sinus
13. The posterior ethmoid cells and sphenoid sinus
14. Management of recalcitrant sinusitis, including allergic fungal sinusitis and Samter’s triad
15. What is new in managing the maxillary sinus?
16. Paediatric issues in sinus surgery
17. Sinus surgery and olfaction in chronic rhinosinusitis
18. Postoperative management
19. Helping patients
20. Case studies
About the Author(s):
EDITOR: Nicholas Jones BDS MD FRCS FRCS (ORL), Special Professor, University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre, University Hospital, Nottingham, UK
Boaz Forer, Singapore Scott M Graham, Iowa, USA João F Nogueira, São Paulo, Brazil James N Palmer, Philadelphia, USA Vijay Ramakrishnan, USA Dharambir S Sethi, Singapore Daniel B Simmen, Zurich, Switzerland Maria LS Silva, São Paulo, Brazil Aldo C Stamm, São Paulo, Brazil Jeffrey D Suh, USA Mark A Tewfik, Canada Erik K Weitzel, Texas, USA Peter-John Wormald, Woodville South, Australia
Consultant and Trainee Rhinologists, General ORL, ENT surgeons, head and neck surgeons.
'An ideal textbook for trainee and practising rhinologists and otolaryngologists, Practical Rhinology provides expert direction on all aspects of rhinology. Completely up-to-date, the text addresses the most pertinent aspects of contemporary rhinology and provides a distillation of the current advances in this superspecialty from several of the world's leaders in this field'.
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