Clinical ENT: An Illustrated Textbook
Singular Publishing Group, 2000 - Medical - 257 pages
This comprehensive text is designed to help readers understand the principles of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the ear, nose, and throat. This text provides succinct coverage of the material, supplemented by high quality, full color photographs and line drawings to illustrate the concepts. It includes key points and up-to-date ENT information that is easy for readers to find quickly. This comprehensive, yet concise, text is a valuable reference for professionals in the allied health fields, in particular audiologists and speech pathologists.
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