Visually appealing and formatted to enable users to easily extract clinically relevant information, this superb new color atlas has been especially designed to serve the needs of all professionals who regularly see larynges, including otolaryngologists, speech-language pathologists, gastroenterologists, pulmonologists, and anesthesiologists.
All areas of laryngology, including esophagoscopy, are covered, with each disease entity presented in a uniform format, featuring symptoms, clinical appearance, causes, and treatment – the latter broken down into behavioral, medical and surgical treatments. Features include bulleted lists, tables and synopses, and extensive use of clinical images to illustrate key features of each disorder. Also included are special rubrics for diagnostic and therapeutic tips, including technical tips for surgery.
Table of contents
Examination Tools and Techniques (normal images). Normal Laryngeal Examination (stroboscopy). Concepts and Principles of Phonomicrosurgery. Phonotrauma and Associated Benign Lesions The Spectrum of Midfold Thickening – Nodules; The Fibrous Mass; Polyp; Cyst; Retention Cyst; Epithelial Cyst; Pseudo Cyst; The Reactive Lesion; VF Hemorrhage. Other Benign Lesions Granuloma - Contact Ulcer; Non-Intubation-Related Granuloma; Intubation Granuloma; Postoperative Granuloma.Reinke’s Edema. Sulcus Vocalis – Physiologic Sulcus; Vergeture; Focal Sulcus. Papillomatosis. Web. Scar. Angioedema. Acute Infectious Laryngitis Viral – Ulcerative Laryngitis. Bacterial. Fungal. Epiglottitis. Infections of Childhood. Vascular Lesions Varices and Other Vascular Lesions. Hemangioma. Venous Malformations. Systemic Disease Amyloid. Sarcoid. Kaposi Sarcoma. Tuberculosis. Rhinoscleroma. Syphilis. Wegener’s Granulomatosis. Relapsing Polychondritis. Rheumatoid Laryngeal Lesions. Miscellaneous Reflux Laryngitis. Irritable Larynx. Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion. Functional Aphonia. Cricoarytenoid Joint Disorders. Arthritis. Dislocation.Precancerous Changes and Early Carcinoma Keratosis. Leukoplakia. Erythroplakia. Ackerman’s Tumor. Tumors Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Paraganglioma. Pseudo Tumor. Vocal Fold Paralysis, Paresis and Neurologic Disease Parkinson Disease. Spasmodic Dysphonia. Essential Tremor. Postpolio Syndrome. Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy. Myasthenia. Oculopharyngeal Dystrophy. Vocal Fold Changes Associated with Aging. Laryngeal Trauma External. Internal, including intubation.Caustic Injury. Stenosis PGS. Tracheal Stenosis. FVF-TVF web/scar. Subglottic Stenosis. Cicatricial Stenosis. Supraglottic. Complications Thyroplasty Implant. Over-Injection. Superficial Injection. Subglottal Injection. Laser Injury. Vocal Fold Post-Surgical Tissue Loss. Index