Controversies in Otolaryngology

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Myles L. Pensak
Thieme, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 476 pages
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Comprised of the expert opinions of several prominent otolaryngologists, Controversies in Otolaryngology offers the rationale and thinking behind 28 key topics in the field.

In each easy-to-follow section, you will find an important topic debated by three prominent physicians. With a total of 84 different viewpoints on today's most thought-provoking issues, highlighted by nearly 200 drawings and dozens of tables, this book is an essential professional sourcebook.

Covering topics ranging from the role of chemotherapy in head and neck cancer to cochlear implants in congenitally deaf children, this book is valuable to all specialists. Whether you are just entering the field, an experienced practitioner, or looking for guidance on specific topics, Controversies in Otolaryngology offers expert opinions that often validate or refute a practice protocol -- and always offers stimulating and informative reading.

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Contents

Management of Inverting Papilloma
20
The Role of Chemotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer
33
Indications for UPPP in Snoring and Sleep Apnea
56
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H.B. Broidy Professor and Chairman of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and Professor of Neurologic Surgery, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA

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