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Basic otorhinolaryngology; a step-by-step learning guide.


Basic otorhinolaryngology; a step-by-step learning guide.

Probst, Rudolf et al.

Thieme Medical Publishers


430 pages




Although intended as an introduction to otorhinolaryngology, this could also serve as a review or self-study guide. Covering the nose, paranasal sinuses, and face (including diagnostic evaluation and diseases), the oral cavity and pharynx (including the lips, esophagus and salivary glands), the ear (including audiology, retrocochlear disorders, vestibular disorders and the lateral skull base), and the neck (including the larynx, trachea, and speech disorders) it includes extensive photographs, illustrations, MRIs, CTs and other visuals showing what students and professionals will likely encounter in clinical practice. The text explains the anatomy, physiology, immunology and pathology of each subject in an accessible and practical manner, with helpful but not obtrusive tables and graphs. A brief but useful appendix includes information on emergencies and primary measures.

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