Clinical Cases in ENT is a concise guide to clinical cases concerning 24 different areas of ENT practice, in a simple question and answer format.
The 24 chapters describe each case in detail, followed by relevant questions and answers. The first two chapters concern ontological problems, followed by nasal disorders such as sinonasal polyps and inverted papilloma, and disorders of the throat including vocal nodules, glottic cancer and laryngopharyngeal carcinoma. The concluding chapters feature discussion on thyroid and salivary gland conditions.
With contributions from leading experts in the field across a variety of cases, and presented in a simple format, Clinical Cases in ENT serves as a useful reference guide for ENT specialists and trainees in the field.
- Clinical cases covering 24 ENT conditions
- Simple question and answer format
- Illustrated throughout
Chapter 1: Chronic Otitis Media 1 Chapter 2: Chronic Otitis Media with Cholesteatoma 20 Chapter 3: Facial Nerve Palsy 27 Chapter 4: Vertigo 34 Chapter 5: Hard of Hearing 41 Chapter 6: Deviated Nasal Septum 49 Chapter 7: Sinonasal Polyps 57 Chapter 8: Inverted Papilloma 66 Chapter 9: Sinonasal Malignancy 71 Chapter 10: NasopharyngealAngiofibroma 80 Chapter 11: Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma 85 Chapter 12: Oral Cavity 94 Chapter 13: Oropharyngeal Mass 105 Chapter 14: Vocal Nodules 116 Chapter 15: Left Vocal Cord Paralysis 125 Chapter 16: Supraglottic Carcinoma 130 Chapter 17: Glottic Cancer 139 Chapter 18: Laryngopharyngeal Carcinoma 148 Chapter 19: Thyroid Neoplasm 157 Chapter 20: Goiter 172 Chapter 21: Thyroglossal Cyst 178 Chapter 22: Parotid Swelling 180 Chapter 23: Submandibular Gland Swelling 189 Chapter 24: CervicalLymphadenopathy with Unknown Primary 195 Index 205 Contents Prelims.indd 7 1
Former Professor & HOD, Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka, India