Oxford Handbook of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery

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ISBN:

9780198725312

Paperback

496 pages

Price: 1100.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198725312

Paperback

496 pages

Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon

  • Contains separate sections on ENT examinations, investigations, common operations, and ward care
  • Features common methods of presentation, split into history, investigation, and diagnosis for quick clinical reference
  • Fully illustrated with clear diagrams to aid understanding

New to this Edition:

  • Includes a new chapter on ENT as a specialty in the rest of world countries
  • Features new illustrated topics on flaps, ear wax, and eustachian tube dysfunction
  • Fully updated to current guidelines and management methods

Rights:  OUP UK (Indian Territory)

Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon

Description

The aim of this new third edition of the Oxford Handbook of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery, like all other Oxford Handbooks, is to provide a compact, comprehensive, and easily accessible guide to all areas of the field.

The core text is based on an anatomical list of ear nose and throat diseases. There are separate sections on ENT examinations, investigations, common operations, ward care, and emergencies, as well as a chapter detailing the roles of other ENT health professionals. There is also a chapter on common methods of presentation, which acts a guide for dealing with patients as they present in clinical practice. This enables diagnosis based on symptoms, history, and relevant investigations, and also cross-references to more detailed information in individual anatomical chapters.

This edition also features a new chapter on the ENT specialty in the rest of the world, as well as an illustrated overview of flaps, expanded information on the ear, and new figures to aid understanding, making this Handbook an essential companion to all trainees and nurses specialising in ENT.

About the Author

Rogan Corbridge, Clinical Tutor and ENT Consultant, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, and Programme Director and Consultant ENT Surgeon, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK,Nicholas Steventon, Visiting ENT Specialist, Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth, New Zealand

Rogan Corbridge is a Clinical Tutor and ENT Consultant at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, and Consultant ENT Surgeon at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK


Nicholas Steventon is a Visiting ENT Specialist at Taranaki Base Hospital in New Plymouth, New Zealand

Contributors:


Christopher Hobbs
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
Singapore

and

Ali Qureishi
Senior Registrar,
Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading,
UK

Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon

Table of contents

1. Overview
2. The ENT examination
3. Common methods of presentation
4. Investigations in ENT
5. The external ear
6. The middle ear
7. The inner ear
8. The skull base
9. The nose and sinuses
10. The mouth, tonsils, and adenoids
11. The salivary glands
12. The larynx
13. The oesophagus
14. The neck
15. The thyroid
16. Sleep-disordered breathing
17. Paediatric ENT problems
18. ENT manifestations of AIDS
19. ENT in the rest of the world
20. Common operations
21. Ward care
22. Allied health professionals
23. Common drugs used in ENT
24. Practical procedures
25. ENT emergencies
26. Glossary of ENT terms and eponyms

Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon

Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon

Review

"This book comes highly recommended to its target audience and is modestly priced. It is a high-quality ENT book which comes up to the exacting standards set by the excellent Oxford Medical Handbook series." -- Dr Harry Brown, Glycosmedia

Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon

Description

The aim of this new third edition of the Oxford Handbook of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery, like all other Oxford Handbooks, is to provide a compact, comprehensive, and easily accessible guide to all areas of the field.

The core text is based on an anatomical list of ear nose and throat diseases. There are separate sections on ENT examinations, investigations, common operations, ward care, and emergencies, as well as a chapter detailing the roles of other ENT health professionals. There is also a chapter on common methods of presentation, which acts a guide for dealing with patients as they present in clinical practice. This enables diagnosis based on symptoms, history, and relevant investigations, and also cross-references to more detailed information in individual anatomical chapters.

This edition also features a new chapter on the ENT specialty in the rest of the world, as well as an illustrated overview of flaps, expanded information on the ear, and new figures to aid understanding, making this Handbook an essential companion to all trainees and nurses specialising in ENT.

About the Author

Rogan Corbridge, Clinical Tutor and ENT Consultant, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, and Programme Director and Consultant ENT Surgeon, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK,Nicholas Steventon, Visiting ENT Specialist, Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth, New Zealand

Rogan Corbridge is a Clinical Tutor and ENT Consultant at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, and Consultant ENT Surgeon at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK


Nicholas Steventon is a Visiting ENT Specialist at Taranaki Base Hospital in New Plymouth, New Zealand

Contributors:


Christopher Hobbs
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
Singapore

and

Ali Qureishi
Senior Registrar,
Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading,
UK

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Reviews

"This book comes highly recommended to its target audience and is modestly priced. It is a high-quality ENT book which comes up to the exacting standards set by the excellent Oxford Medical Handbook series." -- Dr Harry Brown, Glycosmedia

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Table of contents

1. Overview
2. The ENT examination
3. Common methods of presentation
4. Investigations in ENT
5. The external ear
6. The middle ear
7. The inner ear
8. The skull base
9. The nose and sinuses
10. The mouth, tonsils, and adenoids
11. The salivary glands
12. The larynx
13. The oesophagus
14. The neck
15. The thyroid
16. Sleep-disordered breathing
17. Paediatric ENT problems
18. ENT manifestations of AIDS
19. ENT in the rest of the world
20. Common operations
21. Ward care
22. Allied health professionals
23. Common drugs used in ENT
24. Practical procedures
25. ENT emergencies
26. Glossary of ENT terms and eponyms

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