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
Clinical Methods in Ophthalmology provides undergraduate students with an overview of the theoretical and clinical aspects of ophthalmology. Beginning with an introduction to ophthalmic symptoms and ocular examination, the following sections discuss diagnostic tests, instruments, lenses, drugs and surgery. A clinically structured questionnaire gives students guidance on history taking and physical and systemic examination. A separate chapter is dedicated to case presentation helping students recognise and diagnose symptoms and disorders, with emphasis on clinical applications. This concise, easy to read manual includes more than 400 full colour clinical photographs, illustrations and tables, to assist learning. Key points Overview of theoretical and clinical aspects of ophthalmology for undergraduate students Separate chapters dedicated to case pro forma and case presentation Concise, easy to read format Includes more than 400 full colour photographs, illustrations and tables
First published over 100 years ago, Logan Turner's Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear: Head & Neck Surgery covers the whole of otolaryngology in 70 chapters. This classic textbook has been completely updated and expanded to reflect the increasing sophistication of diagnostic and management skills. All sub-specialities are covered with the content grouped into five major sections: Rhinology Head and Neck Otology Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology Radiology Each chapter in this new edition includes key learning points, up-to-date references, and suggestions for further reading. The contributors are leaders in their respective fields – a virtual list of ‘who’s who’ of British otolaryngology head & neck surgery. The book is essential reading for the practicing otolaryngologist, ENT specialists in training and those undertaking specialty examinations. General practitioners, doctors considering ENT as a career, and medical students will also find the book a valuable resource.
This book is a comprehensive guide to diseases of the ear, nose and throat. Beginning with an introduction to anatomy and physiology, each of the following sections is dedicated to a different area of the head and neck, discussing numerous conditions that may occur, their diagnosis and their treatment. Free access to an online resource offers an image bank, multiple choice questions with explanatory answers for self assessment, videos depicting numerous surgical techniques and regular online updates. Packed with more than 750 well-illustrated images, tables and flow charts, this manual also includes an appendix with 101 clinical ‘secrets’, problem-oriented cases and miscellaneous key points. Key Points Comprehensive guide to diseases of the ear, nose and throat Free online access to image bank, MCQs and surgical videos Includes more than 750 images, tables and flow charts Appendix features 101 clinical secrets, problem-oriented cases and key points
Ophthalmology residents are faced with learning a highly complex subspecialty; proper training and education are critical to their success. This new edition of Practical Ophthalmology is part of a suite of Academy textbooks for ophthalmology residents and trainees that will help them build a solid foundation of clinical and surgical knowledge. They are written and edited by leading residency program directors and are powerful tools for mastering needed skills. This updated essential text helps ophthalmology residents gain confidence while becoming a skilled practitioner. Highlights include coverage of a thorough ophthalmic examination, discussion of ophthalmic emergencies and common ocular medications. Stepwise instructions for 57 specific examination and testing techniques are available for quick access. The "Pitfalls and Pointers" sections present tips for avoiding or resolving common problems.
Clinical Cases in ENT is a concise guide to clinical cases concerning 24 different areas of ENT practice, in a simple question and answer format. The 24 chapters describe each case in detail, followed by relevant questions and answers. The first two chapters concern ontological problems, followed by nasal disorders such as sinonasal polyps and inverted papilloma, and disorders of the throat including vocal nodules, glottic cancer and laryngopharyngeal carcinoma. The concluding chapters feature discussion on thyroid and salivary gland conditions. With contributions from leading experts in the field across a variety of cases, and presented in a simple format, Clinical Cases in ENT serves as a useful reference guide for ENT specialists and trainees in the field. Key Points Clinical cases covering 24 ENT conditions Simple question and answer format Illustrated throughout