By Justin Ross(Author), Haig Panossian(Author), Mary J. Hawkshaw(Author), Robert T. Sataloff(Author)
Size : 3.64 MB
Laryngology: Clinical Reference Guide is a portable reference guide that fills the void of an easy-to-read, concise, but comprehensive book encompassing all aspects of laryngology. Each chapter follows a uniform outline to facilitate quick review of a topic, and the comprehensive nature of each chapter provides depth. This clinically relevant resource is organized into ten sections that are broken down into their most important and fundamental parts by chapter, including the History of Laryngology; Embryology, Anatomy, and Physiology; Evaluation and Physical Examinations; Laryngologic Disorders; Neurolaryngology; Laryngologic Manifestations of Systemic Diseases; Pediatric Laryngology; Surgery; Swallowing Disorders; and Therapy.
As a review book, it is ideal for residents and fellows in training and those preparing for board and in-service training examinations, as well as medical students looking for a “deeper dive” into the world of laryngology. However, it is also excellent for the practitioner who wants to get a succinct update on the latest, cutting-edge knowledge in all areas of laryngology. The information is authored by a collection of “who’s who” in laryngology.
Formatted like the bestselling “Pasha” (Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery) pocket guide, this text provides a condensed amount of high-yield information with a multidisciplinary approach to bring a broad range of insight into complex clinical challenges.