Symptom Oriented Approach to Otorhinolaryngology, Volume 3 is an extensive, illustrated review of a broad range of symptoms in otorhinolaryngology, edited by a team of New Zealand based experts in the field.
This volume is divided into two sections covering otology and paediatrics. Both sections begin with the anatomy of the structures concerned, followed by chapters on associated symptoms and their diagnoses.
This comprehensive book is enhanced by 300 full colour images across 400 pages, making this an essential resource for consultant otolaryngologists and residents.
- Third volume of three volume guide to symptoms and diagnosis in otorhinolaryngology
- Two sections in each volume, covering anatomy and a broad range of symptoms
- This volume covers otology and paediatrics
- 300 full colour images
Volume 3 Section One: Otology ? Surgical Anatomy of the Ear ? Surgical Physiology of the Ear ? Examination of a Patient Presented with Hearing Loss ? Audiological Testing ? The Examination of a Patient with Dizziness/Balance Problems ? Vestibular Testing of the Patient with Dizziness/Balance Problems ? Imaging of the Temporal Bone and Lateral Skull Base in Otology/Neurotology ? Introduction to the Patient Presenting with Hearing Loss ? The Patient Presenting with Sudden/ Fluctuating Hearing Loss ? The Adult Patient with Bilateral Hearing Loss ? The Patient with Unilateral or Asymmetrical Hearing Loss ? Rehabilitation of the Adult Patient with Hearing Loss ? Surgical Management of the Patient with Hearing Loss ? The Patient with Tinnitus ? The Patient with Aural Fullness ? The Patient Presenting with a Painful and Abnormal Ear ? The Patient with the Discharging Ear ? Patient Presenting with Unexplained Ear Pain ? The Patient Presenting with Complications of Ear Disease ? The Patient Presenting with Dizziness or Balance Disturbance ? The Patient with a Facial Palsy ? The Patient Presenting with Trauma to the Ear Section Two: Paediatrics ? The Child with Nasal Obstruction ? The Child with Nasal Discharge ? The Child with Epistaxis ? The Child with Tongue-Tie ? The Child with Earache ? The Child with Chronic Hearing Loss ? The Child Who Snores ? The Child Who Drools ? The Stridulous Child ? The Child with Hoarse Voice ? The Child Who Suddenly Chokes and Suspicious of a Foreign Body ? The Child with Chronic Swallowing Difficulties ? The Child with a Neck Mass
Zahoor Ahmed MBBS MS FRACS
Consultant, Otolaryngologist—Head & Neck Surgeon, University of Auckland Hospitals, New Zealand, Vice-Chairman, Department of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery, Counties Manukau Health, Auckland, New Zealand
Randall P Morton MBBS MSc FRACS
Chief of ORL Department, Counties-Manukau DHB, Manukau City, Auckland, New Zealand
Malcolm Giles MB chB FRACS
Otolaryngologist, Otolaryngology Clinic, Waikato Hospital, Hamilton West, New Zealand