This book is a concise guide to the role of endoscopy in otological surgery.
Divided into five key sections, the first part provides an introduction and explains the history of endoscopic ear surgery. This is followed by comprehensive discussion on equipment, its set up, and endoscopic anatomy of the ear.
The book describes various procedures including office-based procedures, diagnostic otoendoscopy, otoendo surgeries, tympanoplasty, stapedotomy and more.
The fourth section compares the endoscope with the microscope, with clear explanation on the advantages of the endoscope and its limitations. The final chapter discusses the future of endoscopic surgery.
Each procedure is described in a step by step format and illustrated by endoscopic images and figures.
- Concise guide to the role of endoscopy in otological surgery
- Covers procedures for numerous ear disorders
- Compares the endoscope with the microscope, discussing advantages and limitations
- Presented in a step by step format, and highly illustrated
Saurav Sarkar MBBS MS-ENT FACS
Assistant Professor, Department of ENT & HNS, AIIMS, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India