Atlas of Phonomicrosurgery

by Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar

Phonomicrosurgery is a procedure done through an endoscope to maintain, restore, or enhance the human voice. This atlas is a guide to phonomicrosurgery for ENT surgeons. This book consists of 22 chapters that focus on microscopic anatomy of the vocal folds, principles of phonomicrosurgery, microlaryngoscopy for phonomicrosurgery, vocal fold polyp, vocal fold cyst, mucosal bridge, Reinke’s edema, nodules, glottic web, keratosis, contact granuloma, lipoma of the larynx, amyloidosis, fungal laryngitis, laryngeal tuberculosis, plexiform neurofibromatosis, bilateral vocal fold paralysis, and early Glottic malignancy. This atlas details a step-by-step approach depicted by high quality photographs which encompass diagnostic, surgical, and histopathological aspects of phonosurgery. The workshops on phonosurgery conducted by her yearly have proved to be a great learning experience for not only budding phonosurgeons but also for all ENT surgeons who encounter patients with voice disorders in their day-to-day practice.


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