Temporal Bone: A Surgeon’s Vision

by Agrawal Rahul, Modi Sonal
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Author/Editor Agrawal Rahul, Modi Sonal
ISBN 9789350901748
Speciality Otolaryngology,Surgery
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/11769
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2013
Pages 71
Book Type Professional
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In order to derive the greatest possible benefit from dissection, a step-by-step approach to the operations performed on the temporal bone is necessary. In the book Temporal Bone—A Surgeon’s Vision, the common operations performed in otologic surgery are briefly described and illustrated by the editors. Temporal bone dissection is the key to the mastery of otologic surgery. Systematic and frequent temporal bone dissection is necessary to visualize the complex relationship of the structures of the temporal bone. This book intends to serve as a guide to young otologists while doing temporal bone dissection and to familiarize them with the bone.

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