1. ENDOSCOPIC AND RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF NOSE AND PNS 2. PHYSIOLOGY OF NOSE- 3. OLFACTION-4. RHINOSINUSITIS-5. FRONTAL SINUSITIS6. COMPLICATION OF SINUSITIS- 7. GRANULOMATOUS DIEASES OF NOSE- 8. ATROPHIC RHINITIS- 9. EMPTY SINUS SYNDROME- 10. BACTERIOLOGY &VIROLOGY-11. FACIOMAXILLARY TRAUMA- 12. ALLERGIC RHINITIS-13. VASOMOTOR RHINITIS AND MANAGEMNT- 14. SEPTAL ANATOMY AND SEPTOPLASTY - 15. ADENOID ANATOMY AND ADENOIDECTOMY -16. EPISTAXIS AND MANAGEMENT - 17. NON INVASIVE FUNGAL SINUSITIS18. INVASIVE FUNGAL SINUSITIS-DR NITIN GUPTA, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ENT, GMCH, CHANDIGARH19. DIAGNOSIS OF FUNGAL INFECTIONS OF NOSE AND PARANASAL SINUSES20. ANTIFUNGAL THERAPY -21. INTERVENTION RADIOLOGY FOR RHINOLOGY- 22. NUCLEAR MEDICINE PERSPECTIVE- 23. LOCAL ANAESTHESIA- 24. GENERAL ANESTHESIA - 25. ADVANCED INSTRUMENTS IN RHINOLOGY 26. POWERED INSTRUMENTS IN RHINOLOGY II27. Benign lesion of nose and paranasal sinuses28. MALIGNANT TUMOUR OF NOSE AND PNS29. ANGIOFIBROMA, ITS MEDICAL AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT30. FESS31. PACKING MATERIALS FOR NOSE AND PARANASAL SINUSES32. EXTENDED ENDOSCOPIC APPROACH- 33. ANATOMY OF PMF INFRATEMPORAL FOSSA AND APPROACHES- 34. PITUTARY ANATOMY AND SURGERY-35. OPEN ENT APPROACH- 36. OPEN TRANSCRANIAL APPROACHES37. Dacrocystitis-38. MUCOCELE-39. CHOANAL ATRESIA AND MANAGEMENT-40. CSR RHINORRHOEA41. OPTIC NERVE ANATOMY AND MANAGEMENT OF OPTIC NERVE INJURY- 42. SKULL BASE RECONSTRUCTION- 43. COMPICATIONS of NOSE AND PNS SURGERY44. CAVITY MANAGEMENT45. BIOFILM 46. EXTERNAL NASAL ANATOMY , ASTHETICS AND PHOTOGRAPHY47. TIP PLASTY &OPEN AND CLOSE RHINOLPLASTY 48. OSTEOTOMIES AND MATERIAL FOR RHINOPLASTY49. NASOPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA50. RADIATION THERAPY IN NASAL CAVITY AND PARANASAL SINUS 51. CHEMOTHERAPY52. PATHOLOGY OF LESIONS OF THE NOSE AND PARANASAL SINUSES53. QUALITY OF LIFE-
This book serves as a practical guide for the otorhinolaryngologists to better understand the diseases of the sinonasal region, diagnosis, and management. The detailed knowledge of the complex anatomy of the sinonasal region is the key to surgical success. The text aims to help budding and practicing rhinologists to get an essence abreast of the current scientific advancement by engaging rhinologists with excellent awareness and knowledge as contributors. The book expands its span afar the usual by including topics on complications of endoscopic surgeries, empty sinus syndrome, packing material, open transcranial approach, biofilm, instruments, cavity management, and improved quality of life, etc. The purpose of microbiology, interventional radiology, pathology and nuclear medicine in the diagnosis and management of sinonasal diseases is contributed by authors from allied specialties. This book will be a useful resource for medical students, postgraduates in ENT, practicing rhinologists and general physicians in treating sinonasal diseases.
Dr. Hitesh Verma MBBS (SMS Medical College, Jaipur), MS (PGIMER), DNB, MBA (IGNOU) is working as Associate Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. The focus of his work has been on Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery, Sleep Surgery, Airway Surgeries. Dr Hitesh's research has included three funded research projects and more than 70 research publications. He has also received gold medal and Junior Consultant Award by the Indian Rhinology and Delhi AOI society.
Dr. Alok Thakar MBBS (AIIMS), MS (AIIMS), DNB, DLO (London) , FRCS (Edinburgh) is the Professor & Head of Otrhinoolaryngology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He worked as a Specialist Registrar and a Skull Base Fellow-Commonwealth Fellow in the UK. Dr. Thakar's research includes 11 funded research projects, more than 250 research publications, with 2200 citations, and 2 patent applications. He has also received Shakuntala Amir Chand Award by the ICMR, and a Gold Medal Award by the NES Society of India.