Otolaryngology - Principles and Practice comprehensively covers the entire field of otolaryngology across 2000 pages. Written by a team of otolaryngology experts from the USA and Brazil, this authoritative book is essential for all otorhinolaryngologists in training and in practice.
This book is divided into 161 chapters spanning six sections. The first four sections each cover a separate anatomical element of head and neck medicine, from otology and neurotology, to rhinology, laryngology, and head and neck disease and surgery. The final two sections cover paediatrics, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
The book includes detailed discussion on sinonasal anatomy with endoscopic and radiologic correlations, a review of head and neck surgery for both malignant and non malignant conditions, a practical review of paediatric otolaryngology for the non-paediatric specialist, and a review of the entire field of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, all in one extensive volume.
Enhanced by full colour images and illustrations throughout,Otolaryngology - Principles and Practice provides a thorough guide for residents and experienced practitioners.
- Covers the entire field of otorhinolaryngology in one volume
- International author team from USA and Brazil
- Full colour images and illustrations throughout
Michael M Paparella MD
Paparella Ear, Head & Neck Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
Sady Selaimen da Costa MD
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Bhuvanesh Singh MD PhD FACS
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, New York, New York USA