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This comprehensive, full-color reference provides a thorough overview of the most recent advances in laryngeal imaging technology combined with all of the information readers need to interpret findings and successfully manage patients with voice disorders. After a solid introduction to laryngeal anatomy and physiology, separate sections cover the entire spectrum of laryngeal imaging systems. The authors place special emphasis... more...

Praise for this book: "This book is highly recommended and should find its way onto the library shelf of every neuroradiology section." - American Journal of Neuroradiology Authoritative and lavishly illustrated, this best-selling reference returns in a fourth edition with comprehensive coverage of the current imaging strategies for the evaluation of disease processes affecting the temporal bone and its intricate anatomy. New... more...

This volume describes the most relevant and cutting-edge technological news on the complex surgical procedure of acoustic neuroma. The clinical-radiological diagnosis and surgical indications are briefly presented and the surgical technique is illustrated step-by-step: video clips show the latest means of treating these patients.  All these indications were prepared by highly experienced experts in the field, based on their... more...

This text reviews the current understanding of vestibular anatomy allowing for a framework of reference, and how it's applied to vestibular testing, diagnosis and management of dizziness. Vestibular testing is an important tool in the evaluation and management of the patient with dizziness. It aids in establishing a diagnosis and determining the side or site of the lesion.  In addition, it guides practitioners... more...

This book is a comprehensive guide to head and neck imaging for postgraduate trainees, radiologists and ENT surgeons, authored by internationally recognised experts from the University of Toronto. Beginning with an introduction to imaging techniques, the following chapters are organised by anatomical region of the head and neck, including temporal bone, orbit, paranasal sinuses, thyroid and larynx. Each section covers the... more...


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Overall, the text is easy to read and a valuable resource for any head and neck surgeon who desires greater insight into one of the most fascinating glands in the human body. -- M. Boyd Gillespie, MD, Laryngoscope , August, 2012 Salivary glands are unique because of the manifold subtypes of benign and malignant diseases found there. Written by world-renowned experts, Salivary Gland Disorders and Diseases: Diagnosis and Management... more...

This second volume of the highly practical and informative work continues the fine tradition of this exceptional series. It details the latest concepts and management techniques in oculofacial plastic surgery. It contains in-depth reviews of orbital disorders such as capillary hemangiomas and venolymphatic malformations, offering new strategies in diagnosis and management. Coverage also includes recent developments in the diagnosis and... more...

This is the most up-to-date reference depicting surgical anatomy, and thus fulfils an important need. It presents a step-by-step surgical approach from the anterior nasal spine to the anterior wall of the sphenoid, illustrated by brilliant colour photographs. Four critical anatomical structures are emphasised as the foundation for a precise approach to surgery of the maxillary, anterior ethmoid, frontal, and posterior ethmoid sinuses. In short, an... more...

Acquired aural cholesteatoma poses a unique procedural dilemma with regard to pathogenetic research and theory building. Because cholesteatoma spontane­ ously occurs only in the poorly pneumatized human ear, its pathogenesis is specific to humans. Nonetheless, because of the ethical questions surrounding human experimentation, pathogenetic study has almost exclusively involved nonhuman subjects. Indeed, attempts have failed in almost all animal... more...