Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery

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Oxford University Press, 2008 - Medical - 855 pages
The Oxford Specialist Handbook of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery is packed full of information which provides an invaluable aid to daily life in ENT practice. It contains comprehensive, practical approaches to subjects, presented in a compact and precise fashion to allow fast, streamlined access to current up-to-date information providing a superb text for education. This book provides an enjoyable way to learn the important aspects of a great medical specialty.
 

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Contents

2 ENT history and examination
25
3 Common methods of presentation
39
4 Imaging in head and neck
61
5 Ward care
75
6 Mouth tonsils and adenoids
83
7 The salivary glands
111
8 The larynx and trachea
131
9 Head and neck reconstruction
193
16 The middle ear and mastoid
351
17 The facial nerve
433
18 The inner ear
453
19 The skull base
497
20 The nose and postnasal space
511
21 The sinuses
567
22 Facial plastics
637
23 Paediatric otolaryngology
665

10 The oesophagus and swallowing
207
11 The thyroid and parathyroid glands
219
12 The neck
249
13 Allied health professionals
275
14 Audiology
283
15 The external ear
325
24 Minor procedures in ENT
783
25 ENT numbers
791
26 Glossary
833
Index
839
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Giles Warner is Consultant Otolaryngologist/Head and Neck Surgeon at Hereford County Hospital and Worcestershire Royal Hospital, UK. Andrea Thirlwall is a Specialist Registrar at the High Wycombe Hospital, Bucks, UK. Suresh Patel is a ENT department at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford,UK.

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