Hall and Colman's Diseases of the Ear, Nose, and Throat, Volume 174
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 224 pages
A radical rewrite of a famous and popular textbook on ENT, aimed at medical students and surgical trainees. Each section contains a succinct account of the relevant anatomy, full discussion of the examination of each region and complete coverage of both ENT surgery and disease.
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Anatomy and physiology of the ear 39
Examination and assessment of the ear 1119
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abnormal abscess acute otitis media airway allergic antibiotics artery assessment auditory bilateral biopsy bleeding bone bony canal carcinoma carotid cartilage cause cells cholesteatoma chronic otitis media clinical cochlea common complications diagnosis discharge disease drainage drum endoscopic epistaxis ethmoid eustachian tube examination excision external fistula foreign body fossa fractures frontal function gland incision infection inflammation inner ear intracranial labyrinth larynx lateral lesions lump lymphadenopathy lymphoma malignant mastoid mastoidectomy maxillary meatus meningitis middle ear midline mucosa mucous membrane muscle nasopharynx neck normal nose nystagmus obstruction occur oesophageal otitis externa otitis media pain palsy patient perforation pharynx pinna polyps posterior present pressure procedure radiotherapy rare recurrent removed result rhinitis rhinomanometry salivary sensorineural hearing loss septal septum sigmoid sinus sinus skin squamous steroids stridor surgery surgical swelling symptoms tests therapy thyroid tinnitus tion tissue tonsil tracheostomy trauma treatment tumours turbinate tympanic membrane ulceration upper usually vertigo vestibular vocal cord wall