Recent Advances in Otolaryngology: Head & Neck Surgery (Volume 6)

by Anil K Lalwani, Markus HF Pfister

“Otolaryngology—Head and Neck surgery” is a dynamic medical and surgical specialty characterized by rapid advances in its scientific foundation and of its therapeutic armamentarium. Otolaryngology is constantly evolving as new knowledge comes forth and new technologies become available. Recent examples of advances in otolaryngology include the use of endoscopes to treat a variety of disorders (including middle ear and mastoid disease, CSF rhinorrhea, and skull base disease), treatment of pediatric airway, new methods to treat chin augmentation, innovative and inexpensive tools to assess gait and posture in the elderly, and robotics in head and neck surgery. This book consists of 13 chapters, which include endoscopic ear surgery, round window membrane as a portal for inner ear therapy, gait disturbance in the elderly, microbiome in rhinology, preoperative and postoperative objective diagnostic approach in functional rhinosurgery, management of cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea, minimally invasive concept in transnasal endoscopic skull base surgery, options in chin augmentation, robotic head and neck surgery, and advances in the management of pediatric laryngotracheal stenosis. This annual periodical, “Recent Advances in Otolaryngology—Head and Neck surgery”, covering all the subspecialties of otolaryngology, are designed to make it easy for the clinician to keep current with what is new.

Book Series: Recent Advances


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