Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery, 3 vol. set plus CDROM
British Medical Awards 2009!
Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology is used the world over as the definitive reference for trainee ENT surgeons, audiologists and trainee head and neck surgeons, as well as specialists who need detailed, reliable and authoritative information on all aspects of ear, nose and throat disease and treatment. This new edition has been fully updated by an international team of editors and contributors and is highly illustrated in colour throughout. The majority of the chapters are evidence-based and each contains useful features including key points, best clinical practice guidelines, details of the search strategies used to prepare the material, and suggestions for future research. The print edition is accompanied by a fully searchable electronic edition, containing the same content as the print edition, with references linked to Medline. This will provide trainee surgeons (ENT and Head and Neck), audiologists and ENT physicians with quick access to relevant information about clinical conditions, and provide them with a starting point for further research. * An international team of editors and contributors * Evidence-based with useful features including key points, best clinical practice guidelines, search strategies, and suggestions for future research * Highly illustrated in colour throughout * Accompanied by a fully searchable CDROM, containing the same content as the print edition, with references linked to Medline
Table of Contents:
SECTION I: CELL BIOLOGY and ITS APPLICATION (Editor Nick Jones) Molecular biology Genetics Gene therapy Mechanism of anti-cancer drugs Radiotherapy and radio-sensitizers Apoptosis and cell death SECTION II: WOUND HEALING (Editor: Nick Jones) Soft and hard tissue repair Skin flap physiology Biomaterials and their application in ORL SECTION III: IMMUNOLOGY (Editor Nick Jones) Defence mechanisms Allergy: basic mechanisms and tests Evaluation of the immune system Immuno-deficiencies Rheumatological disorders in ORL SECTION IV: MICROBIOLOGY (Editor Nick Jones) Micro-organisms Viruses and antiviral agents Fungi Antimicrobial therapy HIV and AIDS SECTION V: HAEMATOLOGY (Editor Nick Jones) Constituents of blood and blood groups and alternatives to blood transfusion Haemato-oncology Disorders of coagulation and their management SECTION VI: ENDOCRINOLOGY (Editor Nick Jones) The pituitary: anatomy and physiology The pituitary: function tests and imaging The thyroid: anatomy and physiology The thyroid: function tests and imaging The thyroid: non-malignant disease The parathyroid glands: anatomy and physiology The parathyroid glands: function tests and imaging Parathyroid dysfunction: medical and surgical therapy ENT manifestations of endocrine disease SECTION VII: THERAPEUTICS AND PHARMACOKINETICS (Editor Martin Burton) Drug administration and therapeutic monitoring Drug therapy in otology Drug therapy in rhinology Drug therapy in laryngology and head and neck surgery Corticosteroids - systemic and topical SECTION VIII: PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT (Editor Martin Burton) Preparation of the patient for surgery Assessment of the difficult airway Paediatric anaesthesia Anaesthesia for adults Adult intensive and high-dependency care Paediatric intensive care SECTION IX: PAEDIATRIC OTOLARYNGOLOGY (Editor Ray Clarke) Introduction Embryology of the head and neck Genetics of deafness and genetic counselling Speech and language development The paediatric consultation and inpatient care Classification of hearing loss Non-infective conductive hearing loss in children Otitis media with effusion Acute suppurative otitis media Chronic otitis media in childhood Hearing tests Screening and surveillance for hearing loss in pre-school children Management congenital deformities of the external and middle ear Management of the hearing-impaired child Indications and contra-indications for cochlear implantation in children Facial paralysis in childhood The genetics of craniofacial anomalies Cleft palate Nasal obstruction in children Paediatric rhinosinusitis Foreign bodies in the ears, nose and airways Epistaxis in children Tonsils Sleep apnoea in childhood Introduction to airway obstruction Congenital disorders of the larynx, trachea and bronchi Laryngeal stenosis Voice disorders in children Acute laryngeal infections Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis Tracheostomy and care at home Diseases of oesophagus, swallowing disorders and caustic ingestion Branchial cleft disorders, thyroglossal cysts, fistulas, cystic hygroma ENT input for the child with multiple handicaps Salivary gland problems in childhood Tumours of the head and neck in childhood Cervico-facial infections in childhood Medicolegal negligence in paediatric ORL SECTION X: THE EAR, HEARING and BALANCE (Editors George Browning and Linda Luxon) Anatomy of the temporal bone, middle ear and Eustachian tube Form and ultrastructure of the cochlea and its central connections Physics of sound Physiology of hearing The perception of sound Psychoacoustic audiometry Physiological and evoked measurement of hearing Epidemiology of hearing loss in adults Clinical examination of the ears and hearing Conditions of pinna and external auditory canal Perichondritis Other pinna conditions Otitis externa Malignant otitis externa Benign necrotising otits externa Granular myringitis Bullous myringitis Acquired atresia Exostosis Furunculosis Keratosis obturans Acute otitis media in adults Otitis media with effusion in adults Chronic otitis media Definition Pathology Diagnosis Aetiology and epidemiology Healed otitis media Inactive mucosal chronic otitis media Active mucosal chronic otitis media Retractions Cholesteatoma Tuberculosis of the temporal bone Otosclerosis Definition including pathology Diagnosis Aetiology and epidemiology Outcomes Management options Effect of management on outcomes Paget's disease Sensori-neural hearing loss - retrocochlear Trauma to the ear Pinna Foreign bodies in the external auditory canal Tympanic membrane and middle ear trauma Temporal bone trauma Barotrauma Otalgia Age-related sensorineural hearing impairment Definition including pathology Aetiology and epidemiology Natural history Diagnosis Management Noise trauma Definition including pathology Aetiopathology Natural history Diagnosis Prevention and Management Other progressive sensorineural hearing impairments Genetic General disease Ototoxicity Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing impairment Tinnitus, paracusis and dysacusis Central auditory dysfunction Hearing aids Cochlear implants Accessory devices Middle ear implants Prevention of hearing loss - social consequences Prevention of hearing loss - scientific principles Anatomy and ultrastructure of the labyrinth and its central connections Physiology of equilibrium Evaluation of balance Pathology of the vestibular system Vertigo - clinical syndromes Vertigo - clinical management and rehabilitation Diseases of the temporal bone Disorders of the facial nerve Medical negligence in otology SECTION XI: THE NOSE and PARANASAL SINUSES (Editor Valerie Lund) Anatomy of the nose and paranasal sinuses Physiology of the nose and paranasal sinuses Nasal endoscopy Measurement of the nasal airway Classification and differential diagnosis of rhinosinusitis Allergic rhinitis (rhinosinusitis) Non-allergic perennial rhinitis Occupational rhinitis Food allergy and intolerance Rhinosinusitis (in general) Specific chronic infections Fungal rhinosinusitis Medical management of rhinosinusitis Surgical management of rhinosinusitis The frontal sinus Mucocoeles Complications of acute and chronic rhinosinusitis Nasal polyps The nasal septum Nasal septal perforations The management of enlarged turbinates Epistaxis The fractured nose Fractures of the facial skeleton CSF rhinorrhoea Granulomatous conditions of the nose Abnormalities of smell Conditions of the external nose Facial pain and headache Orbital decompression Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy The relationship between the upper and lower respiratory tract Medical negligence in rhinology SECTION XII: UPPER DIGESTIVE TRACT (Editor John Hibbert) Anatomy of the mouth and dentition Benign oral and dental disease Cysts and tumours of the jaws Anatomy of the pharynx and oseophagus Physiology of swallowing Taste and its disorders Functional investigation of the upper GI tract Anatomy of the post-nasal space Benign conditions of the post-nasal space Acute and chronic pharyngeal infection Pharyngeal pouch Neurological disorders of the pharynx Management of intractable aspiration Oesophageal disorders Causes of difficulty in swallowing: classification Globus pharyngeus SECTION XIII: THE UPPER AIRWAY (Editor John Hibbert) Anatomy of the larynx and tracheobronchial tree Examination and endoscopy Physiology of the larynx Voice and production of speech Objective evaluation of the voice Disorders of the voice The professional voice Speech therapy Phonosurgery Acute infections of the larynx Chronic laryngitis Neurological disorders of the larynx Laryngeal trauma and stenosis Stridor and airway obstruction Tracheostomy Physiology of sleep and sleep disorders The surgical management of snoring SECTION XIV: THE NECK (Editor John Watkinson) Anatomy of the neck Examination of the neck Neck trauma Benign neck disease - infections and swellings SECTION XV: HEAD and NECK TUMOURS (Editor John Hibbert) Epidemiology of head and neck cancer Aetiology of head and neck cancer Premalignant conditions Staging of head and neck cancer Data collection in head and neck cancer Prognostic indicators and serum markers Trials of radio- and chemotherapeutic management of head and neck cancer Skin cancer of the head and neck Mucosal melanoma Nasal and paranasal sinus malignancy Angiofibroma Nasopharyngeal carcinoma Salivary gland anatomy Salivary gland physiology Salivary gland imaging Salivary glands: non-neoplastic disease Salivary glands: benign tumours Salivary glands: malignant tumours Parapharyngeal space tumours Oral cavity tumours including the lip Oropharyngeal tumours Tumours of the larynx Voice rehabilitation after laryngectomy Tumours of the hypopharynx and oesophagus Cancer of the thyroid Quality of life in head and neck cancer Palliative care for head and neck cancer Metastatic neck disease Medical negligence in head and neck surgery SECTION XVI: PLASTIC SURGERY OF THE HEAD and NECK (Editor John Watkinson) Principles of soft-tissue reconstruction in the head and neck Grafts and local flaps in head and neck reconstruction Pedicled flaps in the head and neck Free flaps in head and neck reconstruction Keloid, hypertrophic scars and scar revision The assessment of aesthetic facial proportions and computer imaging Reduction rhinoplasty - blasic techniques External rhinoplasty Augmentation rhinoplasty Revsion rhinoplasty The deviated nose The nasal tip and nasolabial angle Nasal reconstruction Total reconstruction of the pinna Blepharoplasty The aging face Facial reanimation Principles of osseo-integration and the role of prosthetics Combined prosthetic and surgical approach to head and neck reconstruction Medical negligence in plastic and reconstructive surgery SECTION XVII: SKULL BASE (Editor Michael Gleeson) Anatomy of the skull base and infratemporal fossa Clinical neuroanatomy Evaluation of the skull base patient Vascular assessment and management Natural history of vestibular schwannoma Surgical management of vestibular schwannoma Stereotactic radiotherapy and the gamma knife The patient with NF Management of non-acoustic CPA tumours Middle fossa surgery Jugular foramen lesions and their management Petrous apex lesions Approaches to the epipharynx and Eustachian tube Tumours of the temporal bone Facial nerve tumours Cancer of the external and middle ear Pituitary tumours: surgical management Craniofacial surgery Complications of skull base surgery and their management Medical negligence in skull base surgery SECTION XVIII: DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGIES (Editor Martin Burton) PET Functional imaging Interventional techniques 3D planning and reconstruction Electrophysiology and monitoring Lasers and photodynamic therapy Ultrasound and its applications SECTION XIX: INTERPRETATION and MANAGEMENT OF DATA (Editor Martin Burton) Epidemiology Outcomes research SECTION XX: CLINICAL GOVERNANCE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (Editor Martin Burton) Training, accreditation and the maintenance of skills Communication skills (deaf, aphonic, ethnic minorities, blind, learning difficulties) Clinical governance Medical ethics Medical jurisprudence About the Author(s): Michael J. Gleeson is Professor of Otolaryngology and Skull Base Surgery at the Institute of Neurology in University College London. He practices at the major teaching hospitals of Guy’s, Kings and St Thomas’ and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. He is also Honorary Consultant Skull Base Surgeon to the Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children. Nicholas S. Jones is Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. Martin J. Burton is Consultant Otolaryngologist at The Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Ray Clarke is an ENT consultant at Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, Alder Hey, Liverpool, UK. George Browning is Professor of Otorhinolaryngology at the MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Glasgow, UK. Linda Luxon is a Professor in the Department of Neuro-otology, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, UK. Valerie Lund is Professor in Rhinology and Honorary Consultant ENT Surgeon at the Royal Free and University College Medical School, University College London and the Institute of Laryngology and Otolaryngology, London, UK. John Hibbert was formerly at the Department of Otolaryngology, Guy's Hospital, London, UK. John Watkinson is Consultant Head and Neck and Thyroid Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK.
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