Foreword.- Introduction.- Emergencies in Rhinology.- Epistaxis - conservative management.- Epistaxis- surgical management.- Facial and nasal trauma.- Orbital cellulitis.- Cavernous sinus thrombosis.- Acute fungal rhinosinusitis.- Pott's puffy tumour.- Septal haematoma.- Nasal foreign body.- Inhalation burns.- Rhinitis.- Allergic rhinitis-adult.- Allergic rhinitis - persistent.- Allergic rhinitis- failed medical treatment.- Vasomotor rhinitis.- Occupational rhinitis.- Rhinitis medicamentosa.- Gustatory rhinitis.- Rhinitis in endocrine disorders.- Atrophic rhinitis.- NARES.- Rhinosinusitis.- Acute rhinosinusitis.- CRS without polyps- medical treatment.- CRS without polyps- surgical treatment.- CRS with polyps- medical treatment.- CRS with polyps- surgical treatment.- Non-invasive fungal rhinosinusitis.- Isolated sinusitis-balloon sinuplasty.- Sinonasal mucocele.- Concha bullosa.- Silent sinus syndrome.- Facial plastics.- Functional septorhinoplasty- assessment.- Functional septorhinoplasty- basic techniques.- Aesthetic septorhinoplasty- special considerations.- Open septorhinoplasty- basic techniques.- Nasal valve surgery.- Cleft palate and septorhinoplasty.- Prominent ears.- Facial flaps- around the nose.- Facial flaps- around the ear.- Facial flaps- around the lips.- Skin cancer- BCC.- Skin cancer- SCC.- Skin cancer- Melanoma.- Rhinophyma.- Anterior skull base surgery.- CSF leak- ethmoids.- CSF leak- sphenoid.- CSF leak- frontal sinus.- Pituitary adenoma.- Clival chordoma.- Meningoencephalocele.- Sinonasal tumours.- Inverted papilloma.- SCC of the paranasal sinuses.- Adenocarcinoma of the paranasal sinuses.- SNUC of the paranasal sinuses.- Melanoma of the paranasal sinuses.- Chondrosarcoma of the paranasal sinuses.- Olfactory neuroblastoma.- Osteoma.- Fibrous dysplasia.- Sinonasal ossifying fibroma.- Nasopharyngeal cancer.- Lymphoma.- Paediatric rhinology.- Acute rhinosinusitis.- Chronic rhinosinusitis.- Allergic rhinitis.- Septal deviation.- Anthrochoanal polyp.- Cystic fibrosis.- Choanal atresia.- Pyriform aperture stenosis.- Meningoencephalocele.- Glioma.- Dermoid.- Adenoidal hypertrophy.- Paediatric facial/nasal trauma.- Olfactory disorders.- Anosmia- conductive.- Anosmia- sensorineural.- Cacosmia.- Phantosmia.- Taste disorders.- Systematic diseases affecting the nose and the paranasal sinuses.- Grannulomatosis with polyangitis GPA.- Churg Strauss disease.- Relapsing polychondritis.- Sarcoidosis.- Syphilis.- HIV.- Cocaine abuse.- Tuberculosis.- Orbital pathology.- Epiphora.- Dacryocystitis.- Optic nerve compression.- Exopthalmos.- General rhinology.- Septoplasty - standard approach.- Septoplasty- endoscopic approach.- Turbinate hypertrophy- DITS.- Turbinate hypertrophy-turbinoplasty.- Septal lesion.- Septal perforation - surgical repair.- Septal perforation- septal button.- Nasal vestibule infection.- Post- operative complications.- Skull base injury.- Orbital injury.- Septal abscess.- Post adenoidectomy haemorrhage.- Orbital haematoma.- Septorhinoplasty complications.- Glossary.
This book offers a selection of pertinent patient case-presentations in the field of rhinology, anterior skull base and facial plastics surgery. It further explores the evidence-based management of simple to complex clinical presentations. Each chapter start with the diagnosis and progresses from medical or surgical treatment to the post-operative follow up of the presented clinical condition. The various case reports are concise; however, sufficiently comprehensive and cover conditions from emergencies in adult and paediatric rhinology, to elective care, sino-nasal and anterior skull base neoplasms systemic diseases affecting the nose and paranasal sinuses, and underpinned by illustrations, imaging, and intra-operative photographs to emphasize the clinical approach.
Rhinology and Anterior Skull Base Surgery - A Case-based Approach is a highly informative and carefully presented book, providing insights for exam candidates, trainees, general practitioners, rhinologists and otolaryngologists with an interest in anterior skull base, facial plastics and rhinology.
Marios Stavrakas is a Consultant ENT, Head & Neck Surgeon with a special interest in Rhinology and Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery. He undertook sub specialty training in Rhinology, Anterior Skull Base Surgery in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth and in AMC, Amsterdam. Throughout his career, he has been actively involved in research, surgical training development, and medical education. He also contributed chapters in 4 medical books and published 30 publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Professor Hisham Khalil is a Consultant Rhinologist and Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base surgeon in University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust. He is also the Head of the Peninsula Medical School, the University of Plymouth. He completed his Rhinology Fellowship in Fulda, Germany. Professor Khalil is a National Teaching Fellow and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Throughout his career, he has been committed to learning and teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students and trainees in Medicine, Dentistry, and Nursing. His research and quality improvement interests include outcomes research, surgery for nasal obstruction and management of sino-nasal tumours.