Download ENT AN INTRODUCTION AND PRACTICAL GUIDE SECOND EDITION Ebook PDF
ENT AN INTRODUCTION AND PRACTICAL GUIDE SECOND EDITION Ebook PDF is book has been written for trainees in otorhinolaryngology and to update general practitioners. Common and signi cant pathology that might present itself is described. Included also are relevant supporting specialties such as audiology and radiology. A signi cant proportion of this text has been devoted to common surgical procedures, their indications and operative techniques, as well as to the management of their complications. We do hope that the text will facilitate and encourage junior trainees to embark on a career in this diverse and rewarding specialty.
ENT AN INTRODUCTION AND PRACTICAL GUIDE SECOND EDITION Ebook PDF Writing this book would not have been possible had it not been for the encouragement of our many friends and colleagues, and the unfaltering support of our families.
We would, however, like to make a special mention of some extraordinary and gi ed tutors without whom we might neither have initiated the popular ‘Introduction to ENT’ course nor written the course manual from which this text originates. Ghassan Alusi, Alec Fitzgerald O’Connor, Khalid Ghufoor, Govind Kanegaonkar, Robert Tranter and the late Roger Parker instilled in us a passion for teaching, nurtured our curiosity for
all things medical and encouraged us to undertake the research that has served us so well.
Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) is a diverse and challenging specialty. It is o en poorly represented in busy medical school curriculums and specialty optionals at some Universities. Although an estimated 20% of cases seen in primary care are ENT related, many general practitioners have little or no formal training in this specialty.
is second edition has been revised and updated to re ect recent advances in Otorhinolaryngology.
is book has evolved from the ‘Introduction to ENT’ course manual, which has served many of us so well. Over 3000 doctors have attended this course and its ‘Essential Guide’ counterpart.
is book covers both common and uncommon, including life-threatening emergencies that may present themselves in both primary and secondary care. Management pathways are described as are commonly performed surgical procedures and possible complications. is book further provides a basis for referral if required.
e updated colour illustrations concisely depict relevant clinical anatomy without unduly simplifying the topic in question.