Recent Advances in Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery (Volume 5)

by Lalwani Anil K, Pfister Markus HF
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Author/Editor Lalwani Anil K, Pfister Markus HF
ISBN 9789351529408
Speciality Otolaryngology
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12815
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2016
Pages 332
Book Type Professional
Book Series Recent Advances
Chapter Name Size Page No
 

The book titled “Recent Advances in Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery (Volume 5)” is a comprehensive book, which describes the latest developments in the rapidly changing field of otolaryngology head and neck surgery. The book has 16 chapters. Consequently, Otolaryngology is continuously evolving as new knowledge comes forth and new technologies become available. Chapter 1 discusses Precision Medicine in Otolaryngology. Second chapter covers Electronic Cigarettes. Malpractice in Otolaryngology is discussed in chapter 4. The need of captioning such as how, when, and why is discussed in chapter 5. Chapter 7, 8 and 9 emphasizes on Empty Nose Syndrome, Acute Sinusitis and Contemporary Management of Paraganglioma: Jugulare and Tympanicum. Recent advances in understanding the pathogenesis of acquired cholesteatoma is studied in twelfth chapter. Application of precision medicine in treating ENT disorders, management of laryngeal trauma, empty nose syndrome, technological advances in hearing aids, incorporation of genetics and gamma knife in the treatment of glomus tumors, and the use of glass beads for obliteration of mastoid cavity and others are included in the recent examples of advances in Otolaryngology.

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