Synopsis of Otolaryngology
Following in the tradition of its predecessors, this 5th edition of the Synopsis of Otolrayngology provides a succinct and accessible account of this specialty. A complete revision of the text ensures that this remains an essential aide memoire for the trainee and established otolryngologists world-wide.
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Development of the temporal bone
Physical examination of the ear
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abscess acute Aetiology antrum artery arytenoid auditory bilateral bone bony brainstem bronchus canal carcinoma carotid cartilage cause cavity cells cervical cholesteatoma chronic cleft Clinical features cochlear commonest condition congenital cranial nerve cyst deafness diagnosis disease duct dysphagia ethmoidal Eustachian Eustachian tube external facial nerve fibres Figure fluid foramen foreign body fossa fracture frontal glands hearing incision infection inferior intracranial involved labyrinth laryngeal inlet larynx lateral lesions lobe lymph nodes malignant mastoid maxillary meatus medial meningitis middle ear midline mouth mucosa mucous muscle nasal nasopharynx neck normal nose nystagmus obstruction occur oedema oesophagus onset operation otitis media pain palate paralysis Pathology patient perforation pharynx posterior present rarely recurrent removal result rhinitis sensorineural septum side sinus sinuses stenosis superior surgery surgical swelling symptoms Systemic antibiotics teeth temporal thyroid tion tissue tongue tonsil trachea Tracheostomy Treatment tube tumours tympanic membrane ulceration unilateral upper usually vein vertigo vestibular vocal cords wall