This new edition has been fully revised to provide undergraduate medical students with the latest information in the field of ENT. Beginning with an introduction to the importance of thorough history taking, the following chapters explain examination techniques for different sections of the head – oral cavity, nose, ear, salivary glands, tonsils and pharynx, larynx, neck, thyroid gland, and cranial nerves. The book then discusses X-Ray interpretation, operative procedures and instruments, audiology, calorimetry, and applied anatomy of bones. The final sections of this practical guide provide FAQs for quick revision and case presentations to assist learning. The book is further enhanced by clinical photographs, diagrams and tables. Key points Fully revised, third edition providing undergraduates with practical guide to ENT Covers history taking, examination techniques for all sections of the head, X-Rays, operative procedures, applied anatomy, and more Features FAQs and case presentations for quick revision Previous edition published in 2013
This new edition of ENT: An Introduction and Practical Guide provides an essential introduction to the clinical examination, treatment and surgical procedures within ENT. It encompasses the conditions most commonly encountered in the emergency setting, on the ward and in the outpatient clinic.With its highly practical approach and step-by-step guid
Salient Features of the Book: • PRACTICAL E.N.T. is an indispensable manual for undergraduates (MBBS) and postgraduates (E.N.T.).• This book is extremely useful in early training in E.N.T. and Head & Neck surgery.• Clinical cases are covered in a systematic manner including history taking, examination and investigations.• Over 70 E.N.T. instruments are covered with their photographs and brief descriptions.• All important E.N.T. surgeries are discussed in stepwise manner.• Grand viva which is an important part in practical examination in E.N.T. is provided in concise manner.• This is an ideal book for every MBBS student and MS/DNB trainee in E.N.T.
This is a unique, truly portable, and comprehensive handbook of ENT aimed at medical students and junior doctors. The detailed management plans and rationale for treatments, along with their advantages and disadvantages are useful for anyone managing patients with ENT and head and neck disorders.
Presents an online manual concerning ear, nose, and throat problems for primary care physicians, provided by Michele Carr. Contains information on otitis media, tinnitus, vertigo, acute facial nerve paralysis, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, nasal trauma, tonsillectomy, tracheostomy, oral cancer, and dysphagia. Also includes information on ventilation tubes, cerumen, nasal sprays, sore throat, hoarseness, and peritonsillar abscess.
This practical ENT reference guide includes over 100 clinical case scenarios, ranging from basic ENT issues to more challenging clinical cases, presented randomly as they would occur in real life. Each scenario includes thought-provoking questions followed by reasoned answers and is superbly illustrated with diagrams and high quality photographs. This is an invaluable text for otorhinolaryngologists in practice and in training, from hospital-based surgeons preparing for higher examinations to established physicians for their continuing professional development.
This handbook is a practical, quick reference guide to clinical otolaryngology, for trainees. Beginning with an introduction to general topics within ENT, each of the following sections is dedicated to the ear, the nose and the throat, describing current diagnostic and management techniques for disorders of each of those anatomical regions. The final chapters examine instruments and surgeries used for treatment and basic radiology concepts for clinical examination. Presented in an easy to read format, the text includes practical tips, model case sheets and frequently asked questions to enhance learning. Key points Practical guide to clinical ENT for trainees Covers diagnosis and management of numerous disorders Separate chapters on instruments and surgeries, and basic radiology Includes practical tips, model case sheets, frequently asked questions, figures and illustrations
Ear, nose, and throat diseases present and progress very differently in children than in adults, needing different diagnostic and treatment strategies. Training in the subspecialty of pediatric otolaryngology is often part of a general ENT program and not a program in itself. As such, the general otolaryngologist may be insufficiently prepared to handle certain pediatric cases. R. W. Clarke's Pediatric Otolaryngology: Practical Clinical Management aims to provide the pediatric ENT resident or fellow, as well as the general ENT practitioner, with sound clinical guidance on ENT pathologies as they affect the pediatric population. Key Features: Fully describes the characteristics of ENT disease...
This book covers the relevant theory pertaining to the practical examination and hence facilitates a student to organize himself readily for the relevant theoretical sections of practical examination in consultation with a standard textbook. Following are the different aspects dealt with in the book. 1. Good theoretical knowledge as required for different cases (long and short cases) 2. Ability to recognize the instrument and to know its salient features, indications, methodology of usage, and the specific surgical procedure in which it can be used. The basic details of the main surgical procedures (tonsillectomy, mastoidectomy, septoplasty, adenoidectomy, direct laryngoscopy, oesophagoscopy and bronchoscopy). 3. Ability to recognize and read the X-ray plate. 4. Basic knowledge of the surgical specimen especially that of malignancy larynx, polypoidal mass, malignancy maxilla, sinus tract, etc. 5. Clinical case sheet assessment.