CHAPTER 1 Microscopic Anatomy of the Vocal Folds
CHAPTER 2 Principles of Phonomicrosurgery
CHAPTER 3 Microlaryngoscopy for Phonomicrosurgery
CHAPTER 4 Vocal Fold Polyp
CHAPTER 5 Vocal Fold Cyst
CHAPTER 6 Sulcus
CHAPTER 7 Mucosal Bridge
CHAPTER 8 Reinke’s Edema
CHAPTER 9 Nodules
CHAPTER 10 Glottic Web
CHAPTER 11 Keratosis
CHAPTER 12 Contact Granuloma
CHAPTER 13 Lipoma of the Larynx
CHAPTER 14 Laryngeal Manifestations of Rheumatoid Arthritis
CHAPTER 15 Recurrent Respiratory Papilloma
CHAPTER 16 Amyloidosis
CHAPTER 17 Fungal Laryngitis
CHAPTER 18 Laryngeal Tuberculosis
CHAPTER 19 Plexiform Neurofibromatosis
CHAPTER 20 Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (Wegener’s Granulomatosis)
CHAPTER 21 Bilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
CHAPTER 22 Early Glottic Malignancy
Phonomicrosurgery is a procedure done through an endocope to maintain, restore, or enhance the human voice.
This atlas is a guide to phonomicrosurgery for ENT surgeons.
Beginning with an overview of vocal cord anatomy, the next chapters discuss the principles of phonomicrosurgery and microlaryngoscopy for phonomicrosurgery.
The following sections explain the diagnosis and surgical techniques for the treatment of different laryngeal disorders, with tips and tricks for various scenarios and advice on safety measures when using lasers and anaesthesia.
The text is accompanied by nearly 1000 clinical photographs and figures depicting laryngeal disorders and phonomicrosurgical procedures.
- Practical guide to phonomicrosurgery for ENT surgeons
- Provides detailed description of vocal cord anatomy and principles of phonomicrosurgery
- Covers diagnosis and surgical techniques for various laryngeal disorders
- Features nearly 1000 clinical photographs and figures
Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar MS DORL
Laryngologist and Voice Surgeon, DNB Coordinator, ENT Department, Director, Laryngology Fellowship Program, Bombay Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Maharashtra, India