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  • 20200lei 185.00 lei

    The aim of this new third edition of the Oxford Handbook of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery, like all other Oxford Handbooks, is to provide a compact, comprehensive, and easily accessible guide to all areas of the field. The core text is based on an anatomical list of ear nose and throat diseases. There are separate sections on ENT examinations, investigations, common operations, ward care, and emergencies, as well as a chapter detailing the roles of other ENT health professionals. There is also a chapter on common methods of presentation, which acts a guide for dealing with patients as they present in clinical practice. This enables diagnosis based on symptoms, history, and relevant investigations, and also cross-references to more detailed information in individual anatomical chapters. This edition also features a new chapter on the ENT specialty in the rest of the world, as well as an illustrated overview of flaps, expanded information on the ear, and new figures to aid understanding, making this Handbook an essential companion to all trainees and nurses specialising in ENT.

  • Landmark Papers in Otolaryngology
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    190.00 lei

    ·         An invaluable reference to the most influential publications in the field of otolaryngology, summarised and critiqued for easy access to key information

    ·         Written by a group of international experts from each subspecialty, providing the reader with an understanding of how significant papers affect modern clinical practice

    ·         Covers all major areas of ENT practice, making the book relevant to all practitioners involved in the care of the otolaryngology patient

    ·         Topical chapters, presented in a clear layout, deliver up-to-date knowledge that is relevant to issues and controversies in otolaryngology

    ·         Covering the major papers that are often referred to during written and oral examinations, this book works as both a primer and an excellent revision guide



                    Table of Contents

    Otology and Audiology
    1: Stapes surgery, Christopher Aldren
    2: Cholesteatoma surgery, Christopher Aldren
    3: Ossiculoplasty, Christopher Aldren
    4: Retraction pockets, David Selvadurai and Georgios Oikonomou
    5: Tympanic membrane perforations, David Selvadurai and Georgios Oikonomou
    6: Eustachian tube function, Olivia Whiteside
    7: Imaging cholesteatoma, Olivia Whiteside
    8: Malignant otitis externa, David Selvadurai and Georgios Oikonomou
    9: Tuning fork tests, Olivia Whiteside
    10: Audiological aspects of presbyacusis, Casie Keaton
    11: Impedance audiometry, Casie Keaton
    12: Otoacoustic emissions, Casie Keaton
    13: A facial nerve grading system, Walter Kutz
    14: Medical management of Bell's palsy, John Phillips
    15: Surgical management of Bell's palsy, Walter Kutz
    16: The anatomical location of tinnitus, Don McFerran
    17: Tinnitus in normal hearing individuals, Don McFerran
    18: A neurophysiological model of tinnitus, Don McFerran
    19: The head thrust test, Louisa Murdin
    20: Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, Louisa Murdin
    21: Ménière's disease, Louisa Murdin
    22: Endolymphatic sac decompression, Walter Kutz
    23: Vestibular migraine, Louisa Murdin
    24: Semicircular canal dehiscence, Paul Lambert
    25: Histopathological aspects of presbyacusis, Paul Lambert and Judy Dubno
    26: Sudden sensorineural hearing loss, Paul Lambert and Jonathan Hatch
    27: Conservative management of vestibular schwannoma, Vincent Van Rompaey
    28: Hearing preservation in vestibular schwannoma surgery, Vincent Van Rompaey
    29: Cochlear implant design, Vedat Topsakal
    30: Guidelines for the management of rhinosinusitis, Claire Hopkins
    31: Radiological staging of rhinosinusitis, Rajiv Bhalla
    32: Nasal polyposis, Rajiv Bhalla
    33: Endoscopic sinus surgery, Rebecca Field
    34: Assessing quality of life in rhinosinusitis, Claire Hopkins
    35: Surgical outcomes for rhinosinusitis, Luke Reid
    36: Allergic rhintis and asthma, Hesham Saleh and Jahangir Ahmed
    37: Allergic fungal rhinosinusitis, Hesham Saleh and Jahangir Ahmed
    38: Immunotherapy, Hesham Saleh and Jahangir Ahmed
    39: Noninfectious, nonallergic rhinitis, Luke Reid
    40: Epistaxis, Rebecca Field
    41: Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia, Claire Hopkins
    42: Smell and taste disorders, Sally Erskine
    43: Facial pain, Sally Erskine
    44: Body dysmorphic disorder, Rebecca Field
    45: Granulomatosis with polyangiitis, Luke Reid
    46: The classification of orbital complications of acute rhinosinusitis, Rajiv Bhalla
    Malignant Head and Neck Disease
    47: Epidemiology of laryngeal cancer, Sally Erskine
    48: Smoking, alcohol and head and neck cancer, Tom Roques
    49: Human Papilloma Virus, Liam Masterson
    50: Laser microsurgery for laryngeal cancer, Vinidh Paleri and Hannah Fox
    51: Oncological management of head and neck cancer I, Liam Masterson
    52: Oncological management of head and neck cancer II, Tom Roques
    53: Oncological management of head and neck cancer III, Tom Roques
    54: PET-CT as a method of surveillance for head and neck cancer, Liam Masterson
    55: Quality of life for patients with laryngeal cancer, Sally Erskine
    56: Incidence of thyroid cancer, Tom Roques
    57: Radiological assessment of thyroid nodules, Vinidh Paleri and Hannah Fox
    58: Predicting outcome in thyroid cancer, James England
    59: Radioiodine for thyroid cancer, Vinidh Paleri and Hannah Fox
    Benign Head and Neck Disease, Laryngology, and Sleep Medicine
    60: Pharyngeal pouch surgery, James England
    61: Thyroglossal duct cyst surgery, James England
    62: The physiology of vocal cord movement, Stephanie Cooper
    63: Evaluation of dysphonia, Stephanie Cooper
    64: Laryngopharyngeal reflux disease, Stephanie Cooper
    65: Assessing daytime sleepiness, Olivier Vanderveken
    66: Sleep nasendoscopy, Olivier Vanderveken
    67: Snoring surgery, Olivier Vanderveken
    68: Tonsillitis, Andy Bath
    69: Tonsillectomy, Paul Little
    70: Otitis media with effusion, Paul Little
    71: Ventilation tubes, Veronica Kennedy
    72: Acute otitis media with effusion, Paul Little
    73: Brainstem evoked response audiometry, Veronica Kennedy
    74: Paediatric sensorineural hearing loss, Veronica Kennedy
    75: Congenital malformations of the inner ear, Veronica Kennedy
    76: Grading subglottic stenosis, Gavin Morrison
    77: The cricoid split, Gavin Morrison
    78: Laryngeal papillomatosis, Mike Saunders
    79: Infantile capillary haemangiomas, Mike Saunders
    80: Cervical lymphadenitis in children, Andy Bath
    81: Cochlear implantation in children, Selvadurai and Georgios Oikonomou
    Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery
    82: Classification of fascio-cutaneous flaps, Richard Haywood
    83: Vascular territories, Richard Haywood
    84: Microvascular free flaps in head and neck surgery, Richard Haywood
    85: The free thigh flap, Richard Haywood
    86: Skull base flaps, Rajiv Bhalla
    87: Classification of facial fractures, Andrew Sidebottom
    88: The temporomandibular joint, Andrew Sidebottom
    89: Drooling, Andrew Sidebottom
    90: Steroids for children undergoing tonsillectomy, Phil Hodgson
    91: Implications of codeine administration after tonsillectomy, Phil Hodgson
    92: Effects of general anaesthesia in children, Phil Hodgson
    93: Managing perioperative anticoagulation, Hamish Lyall
    94: Postoperative venous thromboembolism, Hamish Lyall
    95: Tranexamic acid, Hamish Lyall
    96: Bolam v Friern Hospital Management Committee, Peter Webber
    97: Bolitho v City & Hackney Health Authority, Peter Webber
    98: Chappel v Hart, Peter Webber
    99: Noise-induced hearing loss, Robert Dobie


  • ENT Secrets, 4th Edition
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    22000lei 190.00 lei


    Stay up to date on the broad specialty of otolaryngology with, ENT Secrets, the revised volume in the popular Secrets Series®. This medical reference book reviews the overall field of otolaryngology, with each chapter covering basic and in-depth subjects, important topics for a wide-range of practitioners, and practical management issues. The user-friendly Secrets style makes this resource a valuable addition to your library!

    • Apply the latest knowledge and techniques with content thoroughly updated by leaders in the field.
    • Quickly review key concepts through a question-and-answer format, bulleted lists, mnemonics, "Exam Pearls," "Key Points" summaries, and practical tips from the authors.
    • Enhance your reference power with a full range of well-organized essential topics in ear, nose and throat disorders.
    • Improve content knowledge with a special chapter containing "Top 100 Secrets," providing an overview of essential material for last-minute study or self-assessment.

    Table of Contents


    ·  Copyright

    ·  Preface

    ·  Contributors

    ·  Top 100 Examination Pearls

    ·  I General

    ·  Chapter 1 General Anatomy and Embryology with Radiology Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 2 ENT Emergencies

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 3 Deep Neck Infections

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 4 Antimicrobials and Pharmacotherapy

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 5 Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 6 Granulomatous and Autoimmune Diseases of the Head and Neck

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 7 Facial Pain and Headache

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 8 Taste and Smell

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  II Head and Neck

    ·  Chapter 9 Head and Neck Anatomy and Embryology with Radiology Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 10 Tumor Biology

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 11 Skin Cancer

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 12 Diseases of the Oral Cavity and Oropharynx

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 13 Cancer of the Hypopharynx, Larynx, and Esophagus

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 14 Diseases of the Salivary Glands

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 15 Diseases of the Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands

    ·  Questions: Thyroid Tumor

    ·  Questions: Parathyroid Tumor

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 16 Neck Dissection

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 17 Vascular Tumors of the Head and Neck

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 18 Sinonasal Tumors

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 19 Skull Base Surgery

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 20 Hematologic Malignancy

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 21 Radiation and Systemic Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  III Allergy and Rhinology

    ·  Chapter 22 Sinonasal Anatomy and Embryology with Radiology Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 23 Epistaxis

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 24 Rhinitis

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 25 Acute Rhinosinusitis and Infectious Complications

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 26 Chronic Rhinosinusitis

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 27 Septoplasty and Turbinate Surgery

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 28 Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 29 Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks and Encephaloceles

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 30 Orbital Surgery

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  IV Otology and Audiology

    ·  Chapter 31 Otology Anatomy and Embryology with Radiology Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 32 Hearing Loss and Ototoxicity

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 33 Evaluation of Hearing

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversy

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 34 Tinnitus

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 35 Evaluation of the Vestibular System and Vestibular Disorders

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 36 Hearing Aids and Implantable Devices

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 37 Infections of the Ear

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 38 Complications of Otitis Media

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 39 Tympanomastoidectomy and Ossicular Chain Reconstruction

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 40 Otosclerosis

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 41 Cholesteatoma

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 42 Facial Nerve

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 43 Surgery for Vertigo

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 44 Neurotology

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 45 Temporal Bone Trauma

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  V Pediatric Otolaryngology

    ·  Chapter 46 Pediatric Ent Anatomy and Embryology With Radiology Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 47 The Acute Pediatric Airway

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 48 Chronic Pediatric Airway Diseases

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 49 Pediatric Adenotonsillar Disease, Sleep Disordered Breathing and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 50 Congenital Malformations of the Head and Neck

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 51 Cleft Lip and Palate

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 52 Pediatric Hearing Loss

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 53 Microtia and Otoplasty

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 54 Vascular Malformations

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 55 Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  VI Facial Plastic Surgery, Reconstruction and Trauma

    ·  Chapter 56 Anatomy and Embryology with Radiologic Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 57 Principles of Wound Healing

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 58 Facial Analysis

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 59 Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Chapter 60 Periorbital Surgery

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 61 Lasers, Skin Resurfacing, and Alopecia

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 62 Cosmetic Surgery for the Aging Neck and Face

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 63 Botulinum Toxin and Fillers

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 64 Facial Reanimation

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 65 Skin Grafts and Local Flaps

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 66 Regional and Free Flaps

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 67 Principles of Trauma

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 68 Facial Trauma

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  VII Laryngology and Swallowing Disorders

    ·  Chapter 69 Aerodigestive Anatomy and Embryology with Radiologic Correlates

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 70 Laryngoscopy, Bronchoscopy, and Esophagoscopy

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 71 Hoarseness and Dysphonia

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 72 Voice Disorders and Voice Therapy

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 73 Cough

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 74 Dysphagia and Aspiration

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 75 Benign Vocal Fold Lesions and Microsurgery

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 76 Vocal Fold Paralysis

    ·  Questions

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  Chapter 77 Intubation and Tracheotomy

    ·  Questions

    ·  Controversies

    ·  Bibliography


    ·  Chapter 78 Laryngeal Trauma

  • 235.00 lei


    The Audiogram Workbook
    - the first guide to provide comprehensive practice in the administration of audiograms - lets the student work through more than 100 clinical cases covering a full range of audiologic disorders. Each exercise is structured to allow the student to write in his or her own clinical evaluation based on presenting symptoms and audiometric test results - and then compare the results to the examiner's real case summary.

    Special features of this unique text:

    • 135 cases for practical assessment and professional development -- the largest collection ever compiled for a study guide!
    • A comprehensive listing of unusual patient conditions and how to adapt to them
    • A medical chart format throughout the book - providing the practice needed in working with standard notations

    The Audiogram Workbook is a valuable source of concentrated practice and review of audiometric test interpretation, essential for those who wish to expand their skills.

  • 290.00 lei



    Head and Neck Imaging presents the challenging cases that are most likely to be encountered by residents and radiologists focusing on imaging of the head and neck. It helps radiologists correctly interpret images and thus quickly make initial diagnoses on both common and less common disorders of the head and neck. This book can also be used as an effective review guide for those studying for the radiology board exams.

    Key Features:

    • Content covers the imaging of the temporal bone, skull base, orbits, paranasal sinuses, and all the structures of the head and neck
    • Examples of critical cases that must be accurately diagnosed in daily practice and on exams
    • Clearly labeled, high-quality images help you quickly absorb key findings
    • A scratch-off code provides free access to a searchable online database of must-know cases, the 100 cases that are in the book, plus additional cases available only online



  • 43000lei 290.00 lei

    CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment Otolaryngology―Head & Neck Surgery, Fourth Edition spans the entire breadth of ENT topics, including the latest developments in basic science, facial plastic surgery, head and neck surgery, laryngology, rhinology, pediatric otolaryngology, otology, and neurotology. This find-it-now clinician's guide includes commonly encountered as well as unusual diseases of the head and neck and is essential for board review and recertification. FEATURES: •NEW! Four-color design •Conveniently organized by anatomic region •Consistent presentation includes General Considerations, Pathogenesis, Prevention, Clinical Findings, Differential Diagnosis, and Treatment •Must-know medical and surgical management of each disorder •Thorough discussion of pathophysiology and relevant basic and clinical science •More than 400 state-of-the-art clinical photographs and illustrations •Comprehensive radiology chapter with more than 150 images •“Essentials of Diagnosis” section for each disease and disorder delivers key points at a glance.


    ·  1. Anatomy

    ·  2. Antimicrobial Therapy for Head and Neck Infection

    ·  3. Radiology

    ·  4. Principles of Radiation Oncology

    ·  5. Anesthesia in Head and Neck Surgery

    ·  6. Lasers in Head and Neck Surgery

    ·  II. FACE

    ·  7. Hemangiomas and Vascular Malformations

    ·  8. Maxillofacial Trauma

    ·  9. Cutaneous Malignant Neoplasms

    ·  III. NOSE

    ·  10. Olfactory Dysfunction

    ·  11. Congenital Nasal Anomalies

    ·  12. Nasal Trauma

    ·  13. Nasal Manifestations of Systemic Disease

    ·  14. Nonallergic and Allergic Rhinitis

    ·  IV. SINUSES

    ·  15. Acute and Chronic Sinusitis

    ·  16. Frontal Sinus Fractures

    ·  17. Paranasal Sinus Neoplasms


    ·  18. Benign Diseases of the Salivary Glands

    ·  19. Malignant Diseases of the Salivary Glands


    ·  20. Cleft Lip and Palate

    ·  21. Management of Adenotonsillar Disease

    ·  22. Deep Neck Space Infections and Parapharyngeal Space Neoplasms

    ·  23. Benign and Malignant Lesions of the Oral Cavity, Oropharynx, and Nasopharynx

    ·  24. Mandibular Reconstruction

    ·  25. Jaw Cysts

    ·  26. Temporomandibular Disorders

    ·  VII. NECK

    ·  27. Neck Masses

    ·  28. Neck Neoplasms and Neck Dissection


    ·  29. Voice Assessment

    ·  30. Professional Voice Assessment and Care

    ·  31. Neurolaryngology

    ·  32. Benign Laryngeal Lesions

    ·  33. Malignant Laryngeal Lesions

    ·  34. Vocal Cord Paralysis

    ·  35. Stridor in Children

    ·  36. Laryngeal Trauma


    ·  37. Congenital Disorders of the Trachea and Esophagus

    ·  38. Benign and Malignant Disorders of the Esophagus

    ·  39. Benign and Malignant Disorders of the Trachea

    ·  40. Airway Management and Tracheostomy

    ·  41. Foreign Bodies

    ·  42. Airway Reconstruction

    ·  43. Sleep Disorders


    ·  44. Disorders of the Thyroid Gland

    ·  45. Parathyroid Disorders

    ·  XI. OTOLOGY

    ·  46. Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear

    ·  47. Audiologic Testing

    ·  48. Vestibular Testing


    ·  49. Diseases of the External Ear

    ·  50. Congenital Disorders of the Middle Ear

    ·  51. Otitis Media

    ·  52. Cholesteatoma

    ·  53. Otosclerosis


    ·  54. Sensorineural Hearing Loss

    ·  55. The Aging Inner Ear

    ·  56. Hereditary Hearing Impairment

    ·  57. Aural Rehabilitation and Hearing Aids

    ·  58. Vestibular Disorders

    ·  59. Diving Medicine

    ·  60. Occupational Hearing Loss

    ·  61. Temporal Bone Trauma


    ·  62. Lesions of the Anterior Skull Base

    ·  63. Vestibular Schwannomas

    ·  64. Nonacoustic Lesions of the Cerebellopontine Angle

    ·  65. Neurofibromatosis Type 2

    ·  66. Osseous Dysplasias of the Temporal Bone

    ·  67. Neoplasms of the Temporal Bone and Skull Base

    ·  68. Neurotologic Skull Base Surgery

    ·  69. Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery


    ·  70. Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices

    ·  71. Cochlear Implants


    ·  72. Anatomy, Physiology, and Testing of the Facial Nerve

    ·  73. Disorders of the Facial Nerve


    ·  74. Reanimation of the Paralyzed Face

    ·  75. Scar Revision

    ·  76. The Aging Face: Rhytidectomy, Brow Lift, Midface Lift

    ·  77. Blepharoplasty

    ·  78. Rhinoplasty

    ·  79. Hair Restoration Surgery

    ·  80. Local Skin Flaps in Facial Reconstruction

    ·  81. Microvascular Reconstruction

    ·  82. Otoplasty & Microtia

    ·  83. Facial Fillers and Implants

  • 35200lei 300.00 lei


    Covering the entire spectrum of otolaryngology, Cummings Review of Otolaryngology is your go-to resource for efficient and effective preparation for in-service exams, the ABO oral and written boards, and the recertification exam. Using a logical, systematic approach, this unique review by Drs. Harrison W. Lin, Daniel S. Roberts, and Jeffrey P. Harris covers the most essential clinical information – such as differential diagnosis, clinical algorithms, and treatment options – in an easy-to-remember list format, helping you quickly respond to questions in a clinical and testing situation, teach other residents and medical students, or assist in patient management.

    • Promotes efficient, immediate recall of material through a uniquely organized format, encouraging a way of thinking that is central to success on oral boards, on clinical rotations, and in patient care.
    • Helps you answer questions such as: What questions do I need to ask in the history? What findings am I looking for on physical exam? What is the differential diagnosis? What are the critical findings on radiology and pathology studies? What are the treatment options? How do I perform this? and more, giving you a wealth of knowledge that can be accessed and used in any clinical or exam scenario.
    • Includes practical sections on how to achieve success on the oral exam, as well as the most important pathology and radiology slides for in-service and board examinations.
    • Features hard-to-find review coverage of sleep medicine, allergy, and dental/oral surgery.
    • Ideal for review before clinical rounds with the attending surgeon, a complex surgical case, a mock oral board examination, or the American Board of Otolaryngology examinations.
    • Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Compatible with Kindle®, nook®, and other popular devices.


    Table of Contents


    ·  Copyright

    ·  Contributors

    ·  Foreword

    ·  Preface

    ·  Acknowledgments

    ·  1. Preparing for Clinical Rounds and Board Examinations

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Oral Examinations

    ·  Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Rounds

    ·  2. Otology and Neurotology

    ·  Temporal Bone Anatomy

    ·  The Auricle

    ·  Ear Canal

    ·  Eardrum (Fig. 2.5)

    ·  Middle Ear

    ·  Course of the Facial Nerve, Right-Ear Parasagittal View (Fig. 2.6)

    ·  Mastoid and Petrous Apex

    ·  Auditory Anatomy and Physiology

    ·  Vestibular Anatomy and Physiology

    ·  Audiologic Testing

    ·  Otitis Externa

    ·  Chronic Otitis Media, Mastoiditis, Apicitis, and Complications of the Otitis Media

    ·  Temporal Bone Trauma

    ·  Hearing Loss in Adults

    ·  Infections of the Labyrinth

    ·  Ototoxic and Vestibulotoxic Medications

    ·  Central Neural Auditory Prostheses

    ·  Hearing Aid Amplification

    ·  Applied Vestibular Physiology

    ·  Evaluation of the Patient With Dizziness (Fig. 2.20)

    ·  Peripheral Vestibular Disorders

    ·  Central Vestibular Disorders

    ·  Surgery for Vertigo

    ·  Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

    ·  Tests of Facial Nerve Function (Fig. 2.21; Table 2.3)

    ·  Clinical Disorders of the Facial Nerve

    ·  Lateral Skull-Base Surgery

    ·  Stereotactic Radiation for Benign Skull-Base Lesions

    ·  3. Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    ·  Evaluation

    ·  Facial Resurfacing

    ·  Injectables

    ·  Brow Lift

    ·  Blepharoplasty

    ·  Face Lift

    ·  Hair Restoration

    ·  Rhinoplasty

    ·  Otoplasty

    ·  Cleft Lip

    ·  Scar Revision

    ·  Reconstructive Options (See Cummings Otolaryngology, 6th ed., Chapter 24)

    ·  Facial Paralysis (See Cummings Otolaryngology, 6th ed., Chapter 172)

    ·  Maxillofacial Trauma (See Cummings Otolaryngology, 6th ed., Chapters 22, 23, and 121)

    ·  Soft-Tissue Trauma

    ·  4. Rhinology and Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

    ·  History, Physical Examination, and Ancillary Tests in the Rhinologic Patient

    ·  Anatomy of the Paranasal Sinuses

    ·  Rhinitis

    ·  Nasal Obstruction

    ·  Nasal Septal Perforation

    ·  Epistaxis

    ·  Olfactory Physiology and Disorders

    ·  Cerebrospinal Fluid Rhinorrhea

    ·  Rhinosinusitis

    ·  Chronic Rhinosinusitis

    ·  Sinonasal Neoplasms

    ·  Surgery of the Paranasal Sinuses

    ·  Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy

    ·  5. Head and Neck Surgery

    ·  Principles of Radiation Therapy

    ·  Principles of Chemotherapy

    ·  Management of the Neck

    ·  Oral Cavity Malignancies

    ·  Oropharyngeal Malignancies

    ·  Laryngeal Malignancies

    ·  Hypopharyngeal Malignancies

    ·  Nasopharyngeal Malignancies

    ·  Sinonasal Malignancies

    ·  Salivary Neoplasms

    ·  Melanoma

    ·  Thyroid Malignancies

    ·  Parathyroid Disorders

    ·  6. Pediatric Otolaryngology

    ·  Otology

    ·  Otology and Middle Ear Disease

    ·  Head and Neck

    ·  Nose and Paranasal Sinus Disease

    ·  Craniofacial

    ·  Sinus

    ·  Syndromes and Associations with Head and Neck Manifestations (Not Previously Described)

    ·  Adenotonsillar Pathology

    ·  7. Laryngology

    ·  Laryngeal and Pharyngeal Function

    ·  Neurologic Evaluation of the Larynx

    ·  Neurologic Disorders of the Larynx

    ·  Benign Vocal Fold Mucosal Disorders

    ·  Specific Benign Vocal Fold Mucosal Disorders

    ·  Acute and Chronic Laryngitis

    ·  Chronic Aspiration

    ·  Laryngeal and Esophageal Trauma

    ·  Surgical Management of Upper-Airway Stenosis

    ·  Diseases of the Esophagus

    ·  8. Otolaryngic Allergy

    ·  Innate and Adaptive Immune System

    ·  Allergens

    ·  History and Physical Exam of Patient with Allergies

    ·  Rhinitis

    ·  Allergic Rhinitis Evaluation

    ·  Skin Testing

    ·  Allergic Rhinitis Treatment

    ·  Immunotherapy

    ·  9. Sleep Medicine

    ·  Normal Sleep Physiology

    ·  Sleep Disorder Classification and Definitions (Table 9.1)

    ·  Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    ·  Snoring

    ·  Upper-Airway Resistance Syndrome

    ·  Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

    ·  Central Sleep Apnea

    ·  Sleep-Related Movement Disorders

    ·  Other Pediatric Sleep Disorders

    ·  10. Oral Surgery

    ·  Dental Terminology

    ·  Pediatric Dentition

    ·  Adult Dentition

    ·  Occlusion

    ·  Malocclusion Classes

    ·  Dentofacial Deformities

    ·  Surgical Evaluation of Dentofacial Deformities

    ·  Cephalometric Evaluation of Dentofacial Deformities

    ·  Aesthetic Evaluation of Dentofacial Deformities

    ·  Common Dentofacial Deformity Diagnoses

    ·  Stability of Orthognathic Correction

    ·  Innervation of Teeth/Gingiva

    ·  Dental Anesthesia

    ·  Odontogenic Infections

    ·  Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

    ·  Common Odontogenic Cysts and Tumors

    ·  Fibro-Osseous Lesions

    ·  Vascular Malformations (Table 10.1)

    ·  High-Flow Malformations

    ·  11. Head and Neck Pathology

    ·  Preface

    ·  Oral Cavity and Oropharynx

    ·  Selected Odontogenic Cysts and Tumors

    ·  Larynx and Hypopharynx

    ·  Nose, Paranasal Sinuses, and Nasopharynx

    ·  Salivary Glands

    ·  Ear

    ·  Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands

    ·  12. Head and Neck Radiology

    ·  Temporal Bone

    ·  Case 2: Cholesterol Granuloma (Fig. 12.2)

    ·  Case 3: Petrous Apex Mucocele (Fig. 12.3)

    ·  Case 4: External Auditory Canal Atresia (Fig. 12.4)

    ·  Case 5: Cholesteatoma (Fig. 12.5)

    ·  Case 6: Coalescent Mastoiditis (Fig. 12.6)

    ·  Case 7: Gradenigo Syndrome/Petrous Apicitis (Fig. 12.7)

    ·  Case 8: Vascular Loop Compression (Fig. 12.8)

    ·  Case 9: Facial Neuritis (Fig. 12.9)

    ·  Case 10: Vestibular Schwannoma (Fig. 12.10)

    ·  Case 11: Cerebellopontine Angle Meningioma (Fig. 12.11)

    ·  Case 12: Facial Hemangioma (Fig. 12.12)

    ·  Case 13: Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence (Fig. 12.13)

    ·  Skull Base

    ·  Case 15: Glomus Jugulare Tumor (Fig. 12.15)

    ·  Case 16: Jugular Foramen Schwannoma (Fig. 12.16)

    ·  Case 17: Chondrosarcoma (Fig. 12.17)

    ·  Case 18: Fibrous Dysplasia. (Fig. 12.18)

    ·  Case 19: Aberrant Internal Carotid Artery (Fig. 12.19)

    ·  Case 20: Stapedial Artery (Fig. 12.20)

    ·  Sinonasal Cavity

    ·  Case 22: Nasal Meningocele (Fig. 12.22)

    ·  Case 23: Polyposis (Fig. 12.23)

    ·  Case 24: Esthesioneuroblastoma (Fig. 12.24)

    ·  Case 25: Allergic Fungal Rhinosinusitis (Fig. 12.25)

    ·  Case 26: Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak Caused by a Defect of the Cribiform Plate (Fig. 12.26)

    ·  Case 27: Dacryocystitis (Fig. 12.27)

    ·  Pharynx

    ·  Case 29: Oropharyngeal Lymphoma (Fig. 12.29)

    ·  Case 30: Oropharyngeal Squamous Cell Carcinoma (Fig. 12.30)

    ·  Case 31: Subglottic Stenosis and Tracheal Stenosis (Fig. 12.31)

    ·  Case 32: True Vocal Fold Paralysis (Fig. 12.32)

    ·  Case 33: Laryngeal Chondrosarcoma (Fig. 12.33)

    ·  Case 34: Nasopharyngeal Mass (Fig. 12.34)

    ·  Case 35: Tonsillitis (Fig. 12.35)

    ·  Salivary Glands

    ·  Case 37: Parotitis (Fig. 12.37)

    ·  Case 38: Sialolith (Fig. 12.38)

    ·  Case 39: Sjögren Syndrome (Fig. 12.39)

    ·  Case 40: Pleomorphic Adenoma (Fig. 12.40)

    ·  Case 41: Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma (Fig. 12.41)

    ·  Case 42: Dermoid of Floor of the Mouth (Fig. 12.42)

    ·  Neck

    ·  Case 44: Second Branchial Cleft Anomaly (Fig. 12.44)

    ·  Case 45: Third Branchial Cleft Anomaly (Fig. 12.45)

    ·  Case 46: Lymphangioma (Fig. 12.46)

    ·  Case 47: Lemierre Syndrome (Fig. 12.47)

    ·  Case 48: Suppurative Lymphadenopathy (Fig. 12.48)

    ·  Case 49: Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Larynx (Fig. 12.49)


    ·  Case 50: Carotid Body Tumor (Fig. 12.50)

  • 33000lei 300.00 lei

    The Oxford Specialist Handbook of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery is packed full of information which provides an invaluable aid to daily life in ENT practice. It contains comprehensive, practical approaches to subjects, presented in a compact and precise fashion to allow fast, streamlined access to current up-to-date information providing a superb text for education. This book provides an enjoyable way to learn the important aspects of a great medical specialty.

  • 35200lei 320.00 lei

    This volume is an invaluable reference for the practicing pediatrician, audiologist, speech pathologist, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, and other allied health professionals, as well as the pediatric otolaryngologist, including pediatric otolaryngology fellows and residents. Organized into primary chapters covering the topics of otology, rhinology, and laryngology/bronchoesophagology, each image is accompanied by a short description and brief overview/review of the pathology. While not meant to be all-encompassing of pediatric otolaryngology pathology encountered in practice, Endoscopic Atlas of Pediatric Otolaryngology is an essential tool for office and training programs to help educate patients and families.


    Table of contents (4 chapters)


    ·         External and Middle Ear Pages 1-11

    ·         Nasal Cavity and Nasopharynx Pages 13-29

    ·         Oral Cavity and Oropharynx Pages 31-38

    ·         Airway and Aerodigestive Tract Pages 39-59

  • Self-Assessment in Otolaryngology
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    350.00 lei

    Self-Assessment in Otolaryngology, by Drs. James Paul O'Neill and Jatin P. Shah, covers the entire field of otolaryngology, offering 24 comprehensive chapters filled with questions and answers, bulleted information, case histories, and much more. Written by specialists from around the world, this one-of-a-kind self-assessment tool showcases today's international, expert knowledge and judgment in the practice of otolaryngology

    • Includes a variety of questions in every chapter (true/false, multiple choice, and "best answer") followed by high-yield information, case histories, management issues, images, scans, and recommended readings.

    • Every question is followed by a bulleted list of the minimum core knowledge required for that particular area.

    • Offers the most current information on new technologies, outcomes data, results of clinical trials, and future directions.

    • Contains both U.S. and European-style board questions.

    • Allows you to test your expertise on hundreds of day-to-day issues encountered in the practice of otolaryngology.

    • Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability.

  • Trauma in Otolaryngology
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    Trauma is an important aspect of all clinical care specialties. As a rule, each specialty has its own approaches to and protocols for dealing with trauma. This book focuses on the various aspects of trauma in ENT for all groups of practitioners – students, trainees and independent professionals alike – and provides an essential guide to the optimal management of ENT trauma.

    Table of contents (9 chapters)


    ·         Introduction and Historical Backdrop

    Pages 3-11

    ·         General Considerations in Trauma

    Pages 13-29

    ·         Injury and Wound Healing

    Pages 31-52

    ·         Trauma to Ear

    Pages 55-80

    ·         Trauma to the Nose and Face

    Pages 81-115

    ·         Trauma to the Neck and Aerodigestive Tract

    Pages 117-143

    ·         Trauma to Eye and Orbit

    Pages 145-151

    ·         Foreign Bodies in the Throat

    Pages 153-163

    ·         Case Scenarios

    Pages 167-180


  • 39400lei 360.00 lei



    Leverages real-life cases to foster in-depth understanding of pediatric audiology

    Pediatric Audiology Casebook, Second Edition is fully updated with more than 60 new cases presented in four sections, covering all facets of the diagnosis and management of hearing disorders in children. Renowned experts Jane R. Madell, Carol Flexer and rising stars Jace Wolfe and Erin C. Schafer have compiled an impressive compendium of basic to complex diagnostic cases, covering the most salient topics in the field. The book effectively bridges the gap between content knowledge and clinical application, enabling readers to put acquired theory into active practice by engaging in problem-based learning.

    Key Features:

    All cases include key information for diagnosing and managing pediatric patients: clinical history, audiologic testing, evaluative reader questions, thought-provoking answers, definitive diagnosis, recommended treatment options, and final outcome

    Expanded use of cochlear implants including implant performance issues

    Overcoming challenges—from family non-compliance and complicated mapping—to professional collaboration and multidisciplinary assessments

    Paired with the best-selling textbook Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management, Third Edition, this robust classroom duo is an essential resource for instructors and students alike. Acquire in-depth knowledge from the textbook, apply it to practical case studies, and achieve deeper understanding of the full spectrum of pediatric audiology.


    Table of Contents:


    1 Managing Mild Hearing Loss

    2 Newborn Follow-up

    3 Probable Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct and Hearing Loss in a 6-Year-Old Child

    4 Being Mindful of “Mild”

    5 Minimal/Mild Bilateral Hearing Loss

    6 Management of Mild/Moderate Mixed Hearing Loss in a 2-Year-Old

    7 Behavioral Hearing Evaluation: 2-Year-Old Girl

    8 “Well-Baby” Burt

    9 Child with Late-Onset Mild to Moderate Hearing Loss

    10 Pfeiffer’s Syndrome

    11 Probable Ménière’s Disease in a 10-Year-Old Child

    12 Transient Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder or Delayed Auditory Maturation in a Well Baby

    13 Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder: Delayed Diagnosis

    14 Child with Progressive Hearing Loss

    15 School-Aged, Unidentified Minimal/Mild Hearing Loss

    16 What Was Missed?

    17 A Case of Progressive Vestibular Impairment

    18 Auditory Processing Evaluation: 12-Year-Old Male

    19 Hearing and Vestibular Loss in a 9-Month-Old Child

    20 Magnetic Bone Conduction Hearing Implant System

    21 Startle Epilepsy and Tinnitus Masking

    22 Hyperbilirubinemia

    23 CHARGE Syndrome

    24 Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct with Fluctuating Hearing Loss

    25 Complex Audiologic Diagnostic Case

    26 Auditory Processing Evaluation: 8-Year-Old Female

    27 Unilateral Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder/Cochlear Nerve Aplasia

    28 Bilateral Microtia/Atresia with Mixed Hearing Loss

    29 Middle Ear Trauma: 4-Year-Old Girl

    30 Decreased Sound Tolerance (Misophonia)

    31 Congenital Profound Hearing Loss, Noonan’s Syndrome, and Cochlear Implantation

    32 Cytomegalovirus

    33 Congenital Ossicular Chain Anomalies and Hearing Loss

    34 Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder

    35 A Complex Audiologic Case Demonstrating Professional Collaboration

    36 Multidisciplinary Assessment and Management of a Complex Case

    37 Sudden-Onset Hearing Loss with Bilateral Enlarged Vestibular Aqueducts

    38 Living in the Genome Generation: Biparental GJB2 Pathogenic Variants Detected by Expanded Carrier Screening—Outcome from Newborn Screening and Management of Child Following Audiologic Testing

    39 Monitoring Performance for a Child with Hearing Loss

    40 Borderline Cochlear Implant Candidate with EVA

    41 Determination of Bimodal/Bilateral Cochlear Implant Candidacy

    42 Considerations for Hearing Technology Intervention for Precipitously Sloping Hearing Loss in Children

    43 Teenager Rejecting Hearing Aids

    44 Facilitating Full-Time Hearing Aid Use in Children

    45 Progressive Hearing Loss

    46 Fitting Frequency-Lowering Technology to Children

    47 Removing Reluctance in Remote Microphone Use

    48 Poor Performance with a Cochlear Implant: A Case of Overinsertions

    49 Personal Roger System Fitting

    50 Hypoplastic Cochlear Nerve

    51 Complicated Mapping

    52 A Case of Pediatric Hyperacusis

    53 Cochlear Implantation in a Child with Single-Sided Deafness

    54 Unilateral Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder

    55 Cochlear Implantation for Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct

    56 Does Stimulation Rate Matter?

    57 Cochlear Implantation for Children with Single-Sided Deafness

    58 Family Not Following Up with Audiological Recommendations

    59 Child with Severe Profound Hearing Loss Born to Parents with Deafness

    60 Why Is JS Not Making Progress?

    61 Progressive Hearing Loss

    62 Use of LENA to Explore Classroom Listening Concerns for Student with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder

    63 Management of Hearing Loss in a Case of Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome

    64 Considerations for Hearing Technology for Minimal to Mild Hearing Loss



  • Handbook of Otolaryngic Allergy
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    The quintessential how-to guide on treating allergies for day-to-day practice

    While encyclopedic tomes on the treatment of allergies have a place on the library shelves of otolaryngologists, Handbook of Otolaryngic Allergy provides a user-friendly office resource clinicians can consult on a daily basis. Written by Christine Franzese, Cecelia Damask, Sarah Wise, and Matthew Ryan, the book encompasses the basic science of allergies, essential knowledge, and how to perform each procedure.

    Part one starts with basic immunology and allergic rhinitis definition and classifications, followed by discussion of sensitivities vs. clinical allergies, the unified airway concept, and different classes of inhalant allergens. Parts two and three detail all aspects of diagnosis and diverse skin testing methods such as Specific IgE testing. Subsequent parts discuss current treatment methods, allergy emergencies such as anaphylaxis, atopic disorders, and professional issues clinicians must tackle to successfully incorporate allergy treatment into practice.

    Key Highlights

    • The use of diverse types of pharmacotherapy including decongestants, anti-cholinergics, and antihistamines, as well as biologics, alternative medicines, and monosensitization vs. polysensitization
    • Discussion of immunotherapy approaches including subcutaneous, sublingual, sublingual tablets, and oral mucosal
    • Managing associated atopic disorders such as penicillin allergy, asthma, food allergies, eosinophilic esophagitis, and atopic dermatitis
    • Worksheets with correct answers enable self-testing and accurate vial mixing/preparation

    This user-friendly reference is a must-have companion for otorhinolaryngology residents and practitioners at any stage of their careers who treat patients with allergies.




    ·  Foreword

    ·  Preface

    ·  Acknowledgments

    ·  Contributors

    ·  Part 1: The Basics

    ·  1 Basics of Immunology

    ·  1.1 Introduction

    ·  1.2 Hypersensitivity Reactions

    ·  1.3 Adaptive Immunity

    ·  1.4 Adaptive Immune Responses

    ·  1.5 The Major Players

    ·  1.6 Tolerance and Immune System Bias

    ·  1.7 A Word on the Simplification of the Immune System

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  2 Allergic Rhinitis: Definition and Classifications

    ·  2.1 The Keys to Success

    ·  2.2 The Definition

    ·  2.3 The Not-So-Perfect Classification System

    ·  2.4 Severity


  • 42000lei 380.00 lei


    This quick reference on pediatric infectious diseases of the ear, nose, and throat provides reliable assistance in decision-making and management. To this end, numerous diagnostic and treatment algorithms are included. Practicing pediatricians, primary care practitioners, and otolaryngologists will all find the book to be an invaluable aid.

    This book helps the otolaryngologist who is uncertain of the best antibiotic or duration of treatment for a particular condition and instruct the pediatrician on when to refer to an otolaryngologist for surgical management. The approach is multidisciplinary, with contributions from both pediatric otolaryngologists and pediatric infectious disease physicians.


    Table of contents (16 chapters):


    Management of the Child with Otorrhea

    Pages 3-13

    Vilchez-Madrigal, Luis D., M.D. (et al.)


    Infections of the External Ear

    Pages 15-28

    Musso, Mary F., D.O. (et al.)


    Otitis Media

    Pages 29-45

    Grindle, Christopher R., M.D. (et al.)


    Complications of Acute and Chronic Otitis Media

    Pages 47-63

    Bennett, Nicholas J., M.B.B.Chir., Ph.D. (et al.)


    Inner Ear Infections

    Pages 65-81

    Roehm, Corrie E., M.D. (et al.)


    Nasal Soft Tissue Infections

    Pages 85-91

    Vilela, Ronald J., M.D.



    Pages 93-107

    McNeil, J. Chase, M.D. (et al.)


    Complications of Sinusitis

    Pages 109-120

    Marquez, Lucila, M.D., M.P.H. (et al.)


    Sinus Disease in Cystic Fibrosis

    Pages 121-133

    Collins, Melanie S., M.D. (et al.)


    Tonsillitis and Peritonsillar Abscess

    Pages 137-150

    Castagnini, Luis A., M.D., M.P.H. (et al.)


    Laryngeal Infections

    Pages 151-161

    Hughes, Amy L., M.D. (et al.)


    Tracheal Infections

    Pages 163-175

    Isaiah, Amal, M.D., D.Phil. (Oxon.) (et al.)


    Infectious Lymphadenopathy

    Pages 179-194

    Cruz, Andrea T., M.D., M.P.H. (et al.)


    Neck Abscesses and Deep Neck Infections

    Pages 195-207

    Giannoni, Carla M., M.D. (et al.)


    Infected Congenital Neck Lesions

    Pages 209-230

    Cote, Valerie, M.D., C.M., F.A.A.P., F.R.C.S.C. (et al.)


    PFAPA: Periodic Fever, Aphthous Stomatitis, Pharyngitis, and Cervical Adenitis

    Pages 233-237

    Kavanagh, Katherine R., M.D. (et al.)



  • Evidence-Based Clinical Practice in Otolaryngology
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    44000lei 400.00 lei

    Get a quick, expert overview of the many key facets of today's otolaryngology practice with this concise, practical resource. Dr. Luke Rudmik and a leading team of experts in the field address high-interest clinical topics in this fast-changing field. Presents an evidence-based, clinical approach to leading topics in otolaryngology. Covers key topics such as management of vertigo; management of adult sensorineural hearing loss; reflux in sinusitis; balloon catheter dilation in rhinology; epistaxis; functional rhinoplasty; sublingual immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis; pediatric obstructive sleep apnea; pediatric tonsillectomy; evaluation and management of unilateral vocal fold paralysis; management of hoarseness; endoscopic skull base resection for malignancy; management of glottic cancer; management of well-differentiated thyroid cancer; and management of the clinical node-negative neck in early stage oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma. Consolidates today's available information and experience in this challenging area into one convenient resource.

  • 47000lei 400.00 lei

    Get a quick, expert overview of the many aspects of the evaluation and management of dysphagia from a team of experts in the field, led by otolaryngologists Drs. Dinesh K. Chhetri at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine and Karuna Dewan at Stanford University. This practical resource presents a focused summary of today's current knowledge on anatomy and physiology of swallowing, assessment of swallowing, and treatment of dysphagia. It's an easy-to-read, one-stop resource for staying up to date in this high-demand area. Features up-to-date information on assessment of swallowing, including the physical exam, FEES, TNE, MBSS, Barium Esophagram, and HRM. Offers current coverage of dysphagia treatment, including Neurologic Dysphagia; Chemoradiation-induced Dysphagia; Epiglottic Dysfunction; Cervical Osteophytes; Glottic Insufficiency; Cricopharyngeal Achalasia; Zenker's Diverticulum; Dysphagia After Laryngectomy; Esophageal Dysphagia; Eosinophilic Esophagitis; and Swallowing Therapy. Discusses future directions in dysphagia treatment. Consolidates today's available information on this timely topic into one convenient resource.

  • 420.00 lei

    FIVE STARS from Doody's Star Ratings™

    Every trainee needs a personal copy of this book. If you just buy one for the laboratory, it will 'walk' within days. -- The Journal of Laryngology & Otology

    ...exceptionally well done. It is accessible for interns starting in the temporal bone lab but contains enough depth for upper level residents and fellows. It is well written and contains excellent illustrations and video content. -- Otology & Neurotology

    This would make an excellent tool for any resident or young faculty member interested in improving their understanding of temporal bone anatomy. -- Young Neurosurgeons' News

    The second edition of this indispensable guide provides a step-by-step approach to learning the anatomy and principal procedures of temporal bone dissection starting with mastoidectomy and including approaches to the internal auditory canal and jugular foramen. The renowned authors share their collective wisdom and pearls gleaned from years of treating patients with temporal bone disease and teaching these methodologies to medical students, residents, and fellows. Procedural details are presented throughout 10 detailed chapters, accompanied by beautiful sequential illustrations and videos.

    One of the most complex regions of the human body, the temporal bone and adjacent skull base present unique surgical challenges. Critical neurovascular structures traverse complex pathways through the temporal bone, which itself has highly variable anatomy. Tumors and erosive lesions create additional anatomical barriers that make effective access and resection of diseased areas difficult. At the same time, the surgical skills required to navigate this anatomy are indispensable to the management of ear disease and associated disability, and provide alternative approaches with less morbidity to intracranial pathology. This book presents technical and strategic considerations for safe and effective temporal bone surgery.

    Key Highlights:

    • Videos of cadaveric and surgical dissections highlight critical technical steps and appropriate execution
    • More than 160 meticulous, expertly illustrated pen and ink drawings of progressive dissections
    • A new chapter on middle ear endoscopy details key anatomical features and technical maneuvers integral to this approach
    • New chapters on infratemporal surgical dissection and the intraoperative management of complications are also presented
    • Expanded coverage of the middle fossa approach to the internal auditory canal and methods of assessing competencies when training novice surgeons in temporal bone dissection

    This is a must-have tool that will enable residents and novice surgeons to translate laboratory skills to the operating room and perform safe, efficacious and efficient dissection of the temporal bone. It is the quintessential learning guide for residents in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery and skull base surgery, as well as an excellent teaching and assessment tool for faculty.

  • Essentials of Audiology
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    420.00 lei

    Praise for the previous edition:

    This unique book encompasses everything from hearing science and psychoacoustics to hearing conservation and basic audiometry...explaining it at beginner's level while providing a more in-depth look for the more experienced."

    Now in a more user-friendly format, with a four-color design, this new edition includes the latest scientific and clinical knowledge to give audiology students a solid understanding of core audiologic concepts. Every essential topic in audiology, from acoustics and anatomy to auditory disorders and hearing loss, is covered in this book.

    Key Features of the Fourth Edition:

    • Covers new technology for electrophysiological assessment as well as bone-anchored hearing aids and cochlear implants
    • Expanded discussion of management techniques, now in two separate chapters
    • More than 300 exquisite full-color illustrations
    • Questions and answers at the end of each chapter for study and review of essential topics
    • Extensive bibliography with references to current literature

    Essentials of Audiology, Fourth Edition, is an indispensable reference for undergraduate and first year graduate students in audiology as well as a valuable resource for speech and language pathology students. With thorough coverage of the essentials of clinical practice, this new edition is also a good refresher for audiologists and speech-language pathologists who are starting out in their practice.

  • Pediatric Otolaryngology
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    45000lei 420.00 lei

    <p>This book is designed to educate the primary care physician on the diagnosis of common otolaryngology disorders in the paediatric patient. Included are how to manage minor disorders and when to refer patients to a specialist. This is a publication of the AAP Section on Otolaryngology and is written and edited exclusively by its members to ensure adherence to accepted practices.</p>

  • Basic Otorhinolaryngology
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    420.00 lei

    Basic Otorhinolaryngology: A Step-by-Step Learning Guide, Second Edition, is an accessible introduction to the core concepts and potentially complex interrelationships in otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery. The fully revised new edition includes latest developments and up-to-date terminology, up-to-date diagnostic and treatment methods, and succinct overviews of important international consensus documents and position papers in the field. The book presents material in an engaging and user-friendly format, with chapters divided into study units that follow a consistent structure. Readers will also find a wealth of figures, tables, and flowcharts to facilitate quick comprehension of topics.

      Key Features:
    • Completely updated chapters on audiology and vestibular disorders
    • New or expanded discussion of olfactory mucosa and disturbances, obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, imaging methods, immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis, Aspergillus sinusitis, ear canal cholesteatoma, peripheral nerve paralysis, and much more
    • More than 600 superb full-color photographs, illustrations, and diagrams-many new or improved for this edition-clarify anatomical, operative, and embryological concepts
    • Chapters organized into brief study units make learning the material manageable and convenient
    • Each study unit begins with a starter outlining objectives for the unit and its relationship to other units and the overall scheme
    • Numerous cross-references to other study units enable rapid navigation to relevant areas
    • "Knowledge in depth" boxes provide information that goes beyond a basic understanding, such as surgical techniques, historical details, and case examples
    • "Points of emphasis" throughout call direct attention to the most pertinent facts

    Basic Otorhinolaryngology: A Step-by-Step Learning Guide, Second Edition, is an essential resource for ENT residents and trainees, residents and trainees in related specialties, and students on rotation. Its breadth of coverage and easy-to-learn format makes the book ideal for course or exam preparation, and will also serve as a useful reference source.

  • 47200lei 430.00 lei


    Pediatric dysphagia is a clinical problem that crosses disciplines. Children may be seen by numerous medical specialties including pediatric otolaryngology, gastroenterology, pulmonology, speech pathology, occupational therapy, and lactation consultants. The myriad approaches to the diagnosis and management of dysphagia is confusing for both clinicians and families; resulting in recurrent trips to medical professionals. Feeding is integral to socialization and to bonding between infants and parents. Disruptions in feeding development can be extremely taxing emotionally and economically for families. Children with dysphagia are some of the most challenging patients even for clinicians who specialize in their care.
    This text provides the reader with a comprehensive understanding of swallowing and presents a practical, evidence-based approach to the diagnosis and management of swallowing difficulties in children. It also highlights particular clinical challenges and controversies in the management of pediatric dysphagia. It is unique in that it incorporates the perspectives of multiple types of clinicians that care for these patients including otolaryngologists, gastroenterologists, pulmonologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and lactation consultants. In doing so, this text will encourage cross-specialty pollination of ideas and knowledge as well as stimulate further research in the field. 
    Part 1 of the text begins with an overview of the anatomy and physiology of swallowing with a focus on normal development as we currently understand it. It also discusses new information regarding reflexive interactions between the larynx and esophagus that potentially influence swallowing. It then moves on to a discussion of the advantages and limitations of currently available diagnostic modalities and highlights current controversies regarding frame rate, radiation exposure, breastfeeding infants, and grading of studies. Additionally, it reviews the current literature regarding medical and behavioral-based therapy options, including thickening options, oromotor therapy, and controversies concerning strict NPO. 
    Part 2 addresses specific diagnoses which can cause or be associated with dysphagia such as prematurity, velopharyngeal insufficiency, ankyloglossia, laryngeal clefts, laryngomalacia, vocal fold paralysis, and cricopharyngeal dysfunction. The text goes on to explore the pathophysiology and treatment options for each. Anatomic, inflammatory, and neuromuscular esophageal causes of dysphagia are also evaluated. In addition, it delves into the impact of craniofacial anomalies, sialorrhea and psychological factors on swallowing. Finally, it discusses how a multidisciplinary aerodigestive team can help streamline multidisciplinary care for individual patients. It will incorporate information pertinent to the different roles, tools and views of a multidisciplinary dysphagia team, including how pediatric otolaryngologists, gastroenterologists, pulmonologists, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and dieticians can collaborate to provide optimal evaluation and care of these often challenging patients, especially for those who are at high-risk of complications related to aspiration. 


    Table of contents (24 chapters):


    Embryology and Anatomy

    Pages 3-16

    Ahn, Annie K. (et al.)


    Maturation of Infant Oral Feeding Skills

    Pages 17-32

    Lau, Chantal


    Clinical Evaluation of Breastfed Infants with Dysphagia: A Lactation Consultant’s Perspective

    Pages 33-47

    Hurst, Nancy


    Clinical Feeding-Swallowing Evaluation: Overview for the Healthcare Provider

    Pages 49-65

    Rappazzo, Christina A., M.A., CCC-SLP/BCS-S (et al.)


    The Videofluoroscopic Swallow Study: Introduction, Limitations, and Challenges

    Pages 67-86

    Rappazzo, Christina A. (et al.)


    Who Should Pass the Endoscope During a Fiberoptic Evaluation of Swallowing Procedure

    Pages 87-92

    Willging, Jay Paul


    Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing: Assessing Dysphagia in the Breastfeeding Patient

    Pages 93-99

    Schroeder, James W., Jr (et al.)


    Use of Bronchoscopy and Bronchoalveolar Lavage in the Evaluation of Chronic Pulmonary Aspiration

    Pages 101-107

    Das, Shailendra


    Diagnosis and Treatment of Pediatric Dysphagia: Radiography

    Pages 109-118

    Stoudemire, William (et al.)

    Oromotor Therapy

    Pages 119-134

    Howe, Tsu-Hsin


    Adaptive Feeding Techniques and Positioning: An Occupational Therapist’s Perspective

    Pages 135-146

    Mitchell, Cheryl (et al.)


    Treatment for Dysphagia: A Speech Language Pathologist’s Perspective

    Pages 147-161

    Brooks, Laura


    Ankyloglossia and Dysphagia

    Pages 165-170

    Cheng, Jeffrey (et al.)


    Type 1 Laryngeal Clefts

    Pages 171-177

    Thottam, Prasad John (et al.)


    Laryngomalacia, Supraglottoplasty, and Feeding and Swallowing Disorders: Is There An Association?

    Pages 179-189

    El-Hakim, Hamdy (et al.)


    Vocal Fold Paralysis and Dysphagia: Challenges and Controversies

    Pages 191-206

    Belcher, Ryan (et al.)


    Cricopharyngeal Dysfunction in Children

    Pages 207-213

    Bedwell, Joshua R.


    Esophageal Dysphagia

    Pages 215-238

    Sanghavi, Rinarani (et al.)


    Impact of Non-oral Feeding Methods on Feeding Development

    Pages 239-254

    Raj, Priya


    Secretion Management

    Pages 255-269

    Lambert, Elton


    Dysphagia in Patients with Craniofacial Anomalies

    Pages 271-279

    Moore, Ellen E. (et al.)


    Psychological and Behavioral Disorders in Dysfunctional Feeding: Identification and Management

    Pages 281-301

    Silverman, Alan H. (et al.)


    The Role of a Multidisciplinary Aerodigestive Program

    Pages 303-308

    Ongkasuwan, Julina (et al.)


    Correction to: The Videofluoroscopic Swallow Study: Introduction, Limitations, and Challenges

    Pages E1-E1

    Rappazzo, Christina A. (et al.)



  • Handbook of Otolaryngology
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    47000lei 430.00 lei

    Praise for the first edition from the journal Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery: "a thorough but concise clinical guide geared toward health care professionals specializing in otolaryngology as well as for general practitioners. It covers essentially every core topic within the field ... an excellent resource for clinicians seeking a firm knowledge base of the subject matter."

    Now in full color, the revised and updated second edition of David Goldenberg's and Bradley Goldstein's acclaimed, award-winning Handbook of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is the GOLD standard among pocket guides for this specialty. Packed with information in an all-encompassing scope, yet conveniently portable, this book's reader-friendly organization (and superb index) is designed for quick reference. Sections cover Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology and the Upper Aerodigestive Tract, Head and Neck Surgery, Pediatric Otolaryngology, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, General Otolaryngology, and (new for this edition) Endocrine Surgery.

    Most chapters follow a standard format, beginning with a handy list of key points, followed by epidemiology, signs and symptoms, differential diagnosis, how to best conduct the physical exam, imaging, treatment options, outcomes, and appropriate follow-up. Detailed guidance on the full continuum of patient care-from pediatric to geriatric-is provided, which is indispensable for day-to-day practice.

    Key Highlights

    • Color figures explain procedures, and numerous tables facilitate learning and recall.
    • The latest TNM staging data is included within all cancer-related chapters.
    • Where applicable, each section begins with emergency situations, providing speedy access when most needed.
    • Three appendices provide basic procedures such as bronchoscopy, esophagoscopy, and tonsillectomy; illustrations of the twelve cranial nerves; and cross-referencing to help treat immediate emergencies.

    This book is the essential companion for residents, fellows, and beginning clinicians in otolaryngology, and for all physicians and allied professionals in other disciplines who can use rapid and reliable guidance on ENT medicine.

  • 445.00 lei

    Professor Huizings brilliant text with Dr. John de Groots magnificent surgical drawings on functional reconstructive nasal surgery is now available in a new and updated second edition. Maintaining its focus on modern surgical concepts and techniques, the book now also includes state-of-the-art contributions from a team of leading international specialists. From surgical anatomy and physiology to diagnosis of nasal syndromes to step-by-step surgical techniques, Functional Reconstructive Nasal Surgery, Second Edition, is unrivalled for its clear, lucid coverage and instructive illustrations of all topics.

    Special Features:
    - A magnificent art program of more than 1,000 detailed surgical drawings and photographs that elucidate every concept A logical continuum from essential anatomic concepts to specific incisions and surgical approaches to the septum, pyramid, lobule, turbinates, and nasal cavity
    - Special sections on pediatric nasal surgery, transplants, acute nasal trauma, mentoplasty, implants, patient complaints, and medicolegal issues
    - Extensive appendices of materials, instruments, nomenclature, and historical developments
    - Every chapter revised and updated, with expanded sections on complications, new techniques for saddle nose correction, and much more
    - With the goal of improving surgical skill as well as understanding structural basics, the book clearly explains why restoring nasal function and form take priority over purely aesthetic considerations for successful surgical outcomes.
    - This is an essential text and clinical problem solver for otorhinolaryngologists, maxillofacial surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, and residents who perform complex reconstructive rhinologic procedures.

  • 49900lei 455.00 lei




    The definitive educational resource on the clinical management of hearing disorders in children

    Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management, Third Edition is fully updated with cutting edge topics reflecting the latest advances in the field. New chapters include hearing and vestibular issues in children, state-of-the-art testing methods for neonates, and longitudinal studies on cochlear implant technology. Renowned experts Jane R. Madell, Carol Flexer and rising stars Jace Wolfe and Erin C. Schafer provide meticulous discussion on all aspects of pediatric audiology—from underlying pathology and testing to medical, therapeutic, and surgical treatments. Pearls and best practices from a cadre of esteemed experts focus on achieving optimal patient outcomes.


    Key Features:


    Thirty-seven chapters organized by four sections: Hearing Loss: Essential InformationDiagnosing Hearing Disorders in Infants and ChildrenHearing Access Technologies for Infants and Children, and Educational and Clinical Management of Hearing Loss in Children

    Detailed clinical discussion of pediatric audiologic test protocols and the selection and management of technologies

    The neurophysiology of reading impairment — from theory to management

    Closed caption videos provide hands-on guidance on clinical testing techniques

    This richly illustrated edition is essential reading for graduate students in audiology, a robust resource for professors and audiologists who teach and mentor these students, and a go-to field guide for practicing clinicians. Paired with Pediatric Audiology Casebook, this dynamic duo is a must-have reference for trainee and veteran audiologists alike.


    Table of  Contents:


    Part I: Hearing Loss: Essential Information

    1 Why Hearing Is Important in Children

    2 Hearing Disorders in Children

    3 Genetics of Hearing Loss

    4 Medical Management of Hearing Loss in Children

    Part II: Diagnosing Hearing Disorders in Infants and Children

    5 Newborn Hearing Screening

    6 Hearing Test Protocols for Children

    7 Behavioral Evaluation of Hearing in Infants and Children

    8 Evaluation of Hearing in Children with Special Needs

    9 Evaluation of Speech Perception in Infants and Children

    10 Middle Ear Measurement in Infants and Children

    11 Otoacoustic Emissions: Applications for Pediatric Audiology

    12 The Role of the Audiology Assistant in Assessing Hearing in Children

    13 Auditory Evoked Response Testing in Children

    14 Clinical Measurement and Application of Cortical Auditory Evoked Responses

    15 Auditory Neurophysiology of Reading Impairment: Theory and Management

    16 Assessment, Treatment, and Management of Auditory Processing Disorders in Children

    17 Evaluation and Management of Vestibular Function in Infants and Children with Hearing Loss

    18 Interpreting Audiologic Test Results and Using the Test Information to Plan Management

    Part III: Hearing Access Technologies for Infants and Children

    19 The Acoustic Speech Signal

    20 Hearing Aids for Infants, Children, and Adolescents

    21 Osseointegrated Implants for Children

    22 Considerations for Pediatric Cochlear Implantation

    23 Acoustic Accessibility in the Classroom and Beyond

    24 Remote Microphone Technologies

    25 Red Flags: Identifying and Managing Barriers to the Child’s Optimal Auditory Development

    Part IV: Educational and Clinical Management of Hearing Loss in Children

    26 Collaborative Team Management of Children with Hearing Loss

    27 Communication Approaches for Managing Hearing Loss in Infants and Children

    28 The Importance of Early Intervention for Infants and Children with Hearing Loss

    29 Speech/Language/Auditory Management of Infants and Children with Hearing Loss

    30 Educational Placement Options for School-Aged Children with Hearing Loss

    31 Education and Access Laws for Children with Hearing Loss

    32 Screening, Assessment, and Management of Auditory Disorders in School-Aged Children

    33 Managing Infants and Children with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder

    34 Working with Multicultural Families of Young Children with Hearing Loss

    35 Counseling and Collaboration with Parents of Children with Hearing Loss

    36 Empowering Teens with Hearing Loss

    37 Advice for Audiologists from Parents


    Additional MedOne Information


  • Cochlear Implants
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    55000lei 470.00 lei

    Thieme congratulates author Dr. J. Thomas Roland, Jr. for being chosen by New York magazine for its prestigious 'Best Doctors 2015' list. Praise for the previous edition: "Overall, the second edition of Cochlear Implants is an excellent resource for professionals and students in various disciplines (otolaryngology, audiology, education of the deaf, and basic sciences) involved with the care or understanding of hearing loss. This edition serves its purpose for learning and reference in a condensed textbook that will be well used." -- The Laryngoscope Cochlear Implants, Third Edition, has been completely revised to include the most up-to-date information on the clinical and translational sciences related to this rapidly evolving technology. It contains chapters on the latest developments in the field, including those in: genetics, neuroplasticity, expanding criteria for implantation, the application of implant technology to tinnitus and vestibular issues, music perception, and intraoperative monitoring. Key Features: * Covers basic techniques as well as new concepts and areas of expansion, making it appropriate for beginners as well as experienced practitioners * Includes information on the latest advancements in cochlear implant programming concepts * Written by experts in the field who are spearheading advancements in cochlear implant technology This book will be a valuable reference for otolaryngologists - head and neck surgeons, audiologists, neurotologists, speech pathologists, and all professionals involved in the design and usage of cochlear implants as well as an essential text for audiology students. Thieme eOtolaryngology is the premier online resource for otolaryngology-head and neck surgery. For a free trial, go to:

  • Pediatric Rhinosinusitis
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    52400lei 470.00 lei


    The volume provides a comprehensive, up-to-date and exhaustive review of pediatric rhinosinusitis for clinicians, surgeons, researchers, advanced care providers as well as emergency personnel. It provides information regarding pathophysiology of sinusitis, and how to distinguish between the differential diagnoses of a child with a runny nose. It also utilizes current evidence-based guidelines and consensus statements to clarify this condition to the physician and discusses available medical and surgical treatment. Authored by clinicians with long-time expertise with this disease, Pediatric Rhinosinusitis also reviews definitions, burden of disease, microbiology and pathophysiology of the disease; role of adenoids, allergy and asthma as co-morbid conditions; comprehensive medical management; and the role of topical treatment.  It also covers the latest advancements in new treatments such as drug-eluting stents; comprehensive surgical management; and complications of rhinosinusitis. It will be a valuable resource for otolaryngologists, surgeons, residents, medical students and advanced practice providers for years to come.


    Table of contents (22 chapters):


    Definitions and Clinical Signs and Symptoms

    Pages 3-8

    Shogan, Andrea (et al.)


    Burden and Health Impact of Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 9-15

    Kennedy, Aimee A. (et al.)


    Pathogenesis of Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 17-40

    Gitman, Lyuba (et al.)


    Imaging in Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 41-56

    Purnell, Phillip R. (et al.)


    Microbiology of Pediatric Sinusitis

    Pages 57-69

    Purnell, Phillip R. (et al.)


    The Role of Adenoids in Pediatric Sinusitis

    Pages 73-83

    April, Max (et al.)


    Allergy and Sinusitis

    Pages 85-94

    Ahmad, Sidrah M. (et al.)


    Rhinosinusitis and Asthma in Children

    Pages 95-106

    Naja, Ahmad Salaheddine (et al.)


    Chronic Rhinosinusitis in Children with Cystic Fibrosis

    Pages 107-128

    Akil, Nour (et al.)


    Sinusitis and Immunodeficiency in Children

    Pages 129-137

    Barazi, Randa (et al.)


    Pediatric Rhinosinusitis and Gastroesophageal Reflux

    Pages 139-148

    Sowa, Lauren (et al.)


    Pediatric Sinusitis and Adenoiditis

    Pages 149-156

    Donaldson, Angela M.


    Antibiotics: Intranasal and Systemic for Treatment of Sinusitis in Children

    Pages 159-169

    Chandy, Zachariah K. (et al.)


    Saline Irrigation in Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 171-187

    Luetzenberg, Friederike S. (et al.)


    Medical Treatment of Pediatric Rhinosinusitis: Focus on Intranasal and Systemic Corticosteroids

    Pages 189-199

    Baroody, Fuad M.


    Adenoidectomy and Sinus Lavage

    Pages 203-210

    Zalzal, Habib G. (et al.)


    Balloon Sinuplasty in Children

    Pages 211-226

    Ference, Elisabeth H. (et al.)


    Endoscopic Sinus Surgery for Pediatric Patients

    Pages 227-239

    Fastenberg, Judd H. (et al.)


    Septoplasty and Turbinate Reduction in Children

    Pages 241-251

    Soneru, Christian P. (et al.)


    Postoperative Management of Pediatric Sinusitis

    Pages 253-265

    Rudman, Jason R. (et al.)


    Failure of Surgical Treatment in Children with Chronic Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 267-275

    Lowery, Anne S. (et al.)


    Pediatric Intracranial Complications from Sinusitis

    Pages 279-289

    Hamdi, Osama (et al.)



  • 55100lei 470.00 lei

    Cummings Pediatric Otolaryngology is your indispensable source for definitive, state-of-the-art answers on every aspect of treating children with otorhinolaryngologic disorders. With a focus on the simple problems in children with comorbidities as well as complex clinical problems in healthy and complex children, this derivative title of Cummings Otolaryngology provides the essential information needed for practicing otolaryngologists to stay up-to-date on these evolving areas.

  • Otolaryngology Cases
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    475.00 lei



    In the tradition of the acclaimed first edition, experts from the University of Cincinnati's Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery present new case reviews. Every chapter presents patient-based scenarios to prepare practitioners for ENT cases they will encounter during rounds, rotations, and patient exams. By establishing a uniform algorithm in obtaining and utilizing discreet points of data, the authors encourage a disciplined approach to patient assessment and management options.

    Sections organized by anatomy and subspecialty enhance the ability to learn and retain knowledge. For example, benign and malignant pathologies are systematically detailed in anatomical sections dedicated to the neurovascular structures, oral cavity and pharynx, larynx, thyroid, salivary gland, and skin. The text covers the full age continuum - including congenital, acquired, benign, and malignant disorders such as pediatric subglottic stenosis and facial, head, and neck cancers that primarily affect adults.

    Key Highlights

    • Presentation of 100 practical cases including history, differential diagnoses, test interpretations, definitive diagnoses, medical and surgical management, rehabilitation, and follow-up.
    • Up-to-date coverage of every major ENT specialty: otology and neurotology, the skull base, rhinology, laryngology, head and neck cancer, sleep disorders, pediatric otolaryngology, trauma, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
    • Nearly 150 meticulous color photographs and graphics elucidate disease characteristics and clinical findings
    • Chapter bibliographies with current literature sources augment case reviews.
    • Multiple-choice questions serve as a robust study tool, optimizing knowledge acquisition and retention.

    This must-have resource enables otolaryngology residents and practitioners to learn from case studies and incorporate state-of-the-art techniques into daily practice, thereby optimizing patient care.

  • Adult Audiology Casebook
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    480.00 lei


    Real-life cases enable students and practitioners to integrate adult-centered audiology knowledge into clinical practice!

    Adult Audiology Casebook, Second Edition by esteemed researchers and educators Michael Valente and L. Maureen Valente presents all new cases, reflecting issues that have become more prevalent in clinical settings. An impressive array of international authors provide expert advice, best practices, and vital tools clinicians need to successfully manage patient expectations and achieve optimal outcomes. Seven sections encompass a wide range of hearing, vestibular, and balance disorders, other conditions that result in hearing loss, diagnostic exams for auditory and vestibular function, and treatments.

    Key Features

    ·         50 comprehensive cases covering all aspects of adult audiology include thought-provoking questions and answers followed by a summary of key points

    ·         Full color audiograms provide a reader-friendly hearing loss evaluation tool

    ·         Simple and complex treatment approaches including aural rehabilitation, sound therapy, auditory processing disorder therapy, hearing aids, cochlear implants, and hearing assistive technologies

    ·         Discussion of a wide variety of diagnostic tools used for audiometric assessment

    Essential reading for graduate level audiology students, this casebook is a must have for sharpening and enhancing clinical skills. It also provides a robust classroom tool for audiology and speech-language pathology professors, as well as a practical daily reference for audiologists, otolaryngologists, and ENT residents.

    This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on


    Table of Contents:


    Part I Hearing Disorders
    1 Meniere's Disease and Aided Distortion
    2 An Unexpected Cause of Sudden Hearing Loss
    3 Audiologic Management of an African American Patient with Sickle Cell Disease
    4 Diagnostic and Treatment Outcomes for an Adolescent with Left Functional Hemispherectomy
    5 Tympanic Membrane Perforation as a Result of a Japanese Beetle
    6 Middle Ear Effects from Playing a Brass Musical Instrument (with video)
    7 Maximum Conductive Hearing Loss Secondary to Surgical Closure of the External Auditory Canal
    8 When Mild Hearing Loss Accompanies Mild Cognitive Impairment
    9 Audiologic Management of a Patient with Psychogenic Hearing Loss
    10 How Auditory Processing Deficits Can Interfere with a College Student's Success in School and Work
    11 Hearing versus Auditory Processing Disorders: Are Hearing Aids Enough?
    12 An Unusual Case of Fluctuating Hearing Loss
    13 Hidden Hearing Loss
    14 Auditory Dyssynchrony: A Struggle to Understand Speech in Noise
    15 Auditory Processing Disorder Therapy for Mitochondrial Myopathy
    16 Asymmetric Hearing Loss: Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Treatment
    17 The Origins of Physiologic Modulation of a Low-Noise Microphone in a Human Ear Canal
    18 Occupational Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in a Zumba Instructor: Identification and Management
    Part II Diagnostic Examination—Auditory Function
    19 Nonorganic Hearing Loss: A Case Study
    Part III Diagnostic Examination—Vestibular Function
    20 Central Vestibular Dysfunction: A Case of Wernicke's Encephalopathy (with video)
    21 Hearing Disorders: Vestibular Schwannomas and Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
    22 A Classic Case of Vestibular Neuritis
    23 Vestibular Migraine Disease and Horizontal Canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo in an Adult Patient
    24 A Case of Central and Peripheral Vestibular Impairment
    25 Importance of Audiologic and Vestibular Evaluation in the Diagnosis of Unilateral Vestibular Schwannoma
    26 The Presentation of Cerebellar Disease in Vestibular Testing of an Adult Patient
    27 The Role of an Inciting Event Causing Vertigo
    28 Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Lateral Canal Conundrum
    29 Adult Patient with Chronic Otitis Media and Recurrent Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
    30 A Case of "Definite" Meniere's Disease: Unilaterally Abnormal Caloric Test with Bilaterally Normal Video Head Impulse Testing Test
    31 Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Syndrome
    32 Endolymphatic Sac Tumor: Audiometric and Vestibular Considerations
    Part IV Amplification
    33 Transcranial Contralateral Routing of Signal for Single-Sided Deafness
    34 I Hear Worse When I Wear Two Hearing Aids
    35 You Need to Take Care of Your Front End!
    36 I Only Want Hearing Aids&emdash;Today!
    37 Innovative Hearing Device for the Treatment of Mild to Severe Sensorineural Hearing Loss
    38 It Is Never Too Late
    39 Hearing Aid Prescriptive Methods in an Adult Patient
    40 Quick Fit versus Programming Hearing Aid Fittings: Acoustic and Perceptual Differences
    41 Fitting Hearing Aids to a Patient with Mild Hearing Loss
    42 Patient Decision to Purchase Hearing Aids: Bundling or Unbundling
    Part V Cochlear Implants
    43 Cochlear Implantation in Meningitis Caused by Streptococcus suis
    44 Cochlear Implantation in Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media with Cholesteatoma
    Part VI Hearing Assistive Technology
    45 Hearing Assistive Technology: A Viable Alternative to Hearing Aids
    46 Coping with Hearing Challenges at Work
    Part VII Tinnitus and Misophonia Management
    47 Young Adult with Misophonia
    48 Tinnitus and Hyperacusis
    49 A Case of Extreme Misophonia and Hyperacusis
    50 Maximizing Tinnitus/Hyperacusis Sound Therapy with Real Ear Measures


  • Clinical Laryngology
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    500.00 lei

    Clinical Laryngology addresses the practical issues faced by residents and seasoned practitioners in managing patients with diseases of the larynx. It is a concise manual covering common, everyday procedures that residents must master and provides all the up-to-date information needed by otolaryngologists caring for patients with laryngeal pathology.

    Key Features:

    • Contains chapters on dysphagia, aspiration, tracheotomy, and cough
    • Includes more than 100 high-quality illustrations and clinical photographs that clarify the information in the text
    • Written and edited by renowned experts in the field of laryngology

    This clinical resource is the go-to book that residents, fellows, and practicing otolaryngologists will consult when they are in need of practical guidance on managing cases of laryngeal pathology in the course of their practice.

  • Key Topics in Otolaryngology
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    525.00 lei

    The long and eagerly awaited third edition of this popular and compact textbook is here. Often labelled an "exam bible" in its previous editions, 'Key Topics in Otorhinolaryngology' provides a concise yet comprehensive overview that clinical students and trainees alike can use. It will serve as an ideal introduction to ENT and also prove to be a valuable revision aid for ENT examinations. Conceived and edited by three very knowledgeable and highly respected ENT surgeons from the UK with a wealth of examining experience and an in-depth understanding of the British, European, and International examination formats and contents. Key Features: * Contents organised alphabetically in manageable sized chapters, covering individual topics in a systematic style with great clarity. * Liberally updated to reflect new developments in the field - with 21 new chapters, and inclusive coverage of all sub-specialties in the discipline. * An ideal introduction to the specialty for medical students, and an accessible source of reference for general practitioners and junior doctors covering ENT. * It is insightful and succinct, whilst providing sufficient detail to be used as a valuable revision aid for those studying for post-graduate examinations in otolaryngology and head & neck surgery. 'Key Topics in Otolaryngology' is certain to become a much-used reference for students, primary healtcare physicians and surgical trainees alike. This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on

  • 60000lei 550.00 lei

    This updated edition provides a comprehensive basis for understanding, identifying, and treating the underlying multifactorial etiologies of dizziness and imbalance. Vertigo is a common malady for which patients seek treatment, yet the vestibular system and its associated disorders are often misunderstood. This book effectively demystifies this topic, with clinical pearls and knowledge from foremost experts in the field.

    The first six chapters cover procuring a thorough patient history, examination techniques, computerized testing, radiological studies, surgical anatomy and physiology of the vestibular system, and laboratory testing. Subsequent chapters concisely detail the diagnosis and treatment of pathologies such as Meniere's disease, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, labyrithinitis, superior semicircular canal dehisence syndrome, and unilateral peripheral vestibulopathy.

    Key Features

    ·         Covers the full age continuum - from congenital and pediatric vestibular disorders - to balance conditions associated with aging

    ·         Highlights the most common pathologies such as BPPV, as well as fairly rare diseases like Mal de Debarquement syndrome and perilymph fistulas

    ·         Discusses the impact of alcohol, migraines, and allergies on the vestibular system and the intrinsic roles they play in causing dizziness

    ·         New insights on medications, rehabilitation, and the use of implantable vestibular devices

    ·         Expanded video library provides guidance on testing modalities, visual disturbances, nystagmus patterns, and specific disorders

    Physicians who read this authoritative guide will gain knowledge that is essential for optimal management of patients with vertigo and disequilibrium. It is an invaluable resource for otolaryngologists, as well as neurologists, physical therapists, internists, geriatricians, family practitioners, audiologists, and even cardiologists.

  • 560.00 lei



    This concise book summarises the basic knowledge required to be an otolaryngologist. It covers the 300 main diseases of ear, nose and throat, summarizing the main symptoms of each, the required diagnostic process and the therapeutic approach. This compact presentation of knowledge is very useful and practical. The reader can quickly access essential information on the majority of the ENT diseases. ENT: Core Knowledge is ideal for ENT residents who are preparing for Board exams, for specialists who want to refresh and update their knowledge, and for general practitioners with a special interest in ENT. 


    Table of Contents:


    ·  Chapter 1: Ear

    ·  1.1 Microtia-Anotia

    ·  1.2 Prominent Ears

    ·  1.3 Otitis Externa

    ·  1.4 Otomycosis

    ·  1.5 Malignant External Otitis

    ·  1.6 Exostoses

    ·  1.7 Osteoma

    ·  1.8 External Fibrous Otitis

    ·  1.9 Keratosis Obturans

    ·  1.10 Traumatic Perforation of Tympanic Membrane

    ·  1.11 Myringitis

    ·  1.12 Otitis Media with Effusion

    ·  1.13 Acute Otitis Media

    ·  1.14 Complications of Acute Otitis Media

    ·  1.15 Acute Mastoiditis

    ·  1.16 Chronic Otitis Media

    ·  1.17 Cholesteatoma

    ·  1.18 Barotrauma

    ·  1.19 Patulous Eustachean Tube (PET)

    ·  1.20 Otosclerosis

    ·  1.21 Traumatisms of Temporal Bone

    ·  1.22 Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Temporal Bone

    ·  1.23 Vestibular Schwannoma

    ·  1.24 Meningioma

    ·  1.25 Paragangliomas of Temporal Bone

    ·  1.26 Petrous Bone Cholesteatoma

    ·  1.27 Petrous Apex Cholesterol Granuloma

    ·  1.28 Zoster Oticus (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome)

    ·  1.29 Labyrinthitis

    ·  1.30 Labyrinthine Concussion

    ·  1.31 Otoliquorrhoea—Otorhinoliquorrhoea

    ·  1.32 Perilymphatic Fistula

    ·  1.33 Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Syndrome (SCDS)

    ·  1.34 Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

    ·  1.35 Benign Paroxysmal Positioning Vertigo

    ·  1.36 Meniere’s Disease

    ·  1.37 Vestibular Neuritis

    ·  1.38 Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease (AIED)

    ·  1.39 Tinnitus

    ·  1.40 Ototoxicity

    ·  1.41 Presbyacusis

    ·  1.42 Occupational Hearing Loss

    ·  1.43 Acute Acoustic Trauma

    ·  1.44 Migraine Associated Vertigo

    ·  1.45 Idiopathic Facial Palsy

    ·  1.46 Traumatic Facial Palsy

    ·  1.47 Facial Nerve Schwannoma

    ·  Further Reading

    ·  Chapter 2: Nose

    ·  2.1 Nasal Dermoid Cyst

    ·  2.2 Encephalocele

    ·  2.3 Choanal Atresia

    ·  2.4 Furuncle

    ·  2.5 Atrophic Rhinitis

    ·  2.6 Midline Granuloma

    ·  2.7 Rhinolith

    ·  2.8 Wegener’s Granulomatosis

    ·  2.9 Sarcoidosis

    ·  2.10 Systemic Lupus Erythematosis

    ·  2.11 Nasal Fracture

    ·  2.12 Nasal Septum Deviation

    ·  2.13 Septal Haematoma

    ·  2.14 Saddle Nose Deformity

    ·  2.15 Epistaxis

    ·  2.16 Rendu Osler Weber Syndrome (Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia—HHT)

    ·  2.17 Non-Allergic Rhinitis

    ·  2.18 Allergic Rhinitis

    ·  2.19 Acute Sinusitis

    ·  2.20 Cronic Rhinosinusitis

    ·  2.21 Fungus Ball (Mycetoma)

    ·  2.22 Allergic Fungal Rhinosinusitis

    ·  2.23 Invasive Fungal Rhinosinusitis (RS)

    ·  2.24 Complications of Sinusitis

    ·  2.25 Paranasal Sinus Mucocele (PSM)

    ·  2.26 Silent Sinus Syndrome (SSS)

    ·  2.27 Frontal Sinus Trauma

    ·  2.28 Fractures of Midface

    ·  2.29 Zygomatic-Maxillary Complex Fracture

    ·  2.30 Fracture of Orbital Floor (Blow Out)

    ·  2.31 Smell Disorders

    ·  2.32 Fibrous Dysplasia

    ·  2.33 Pyogenic Granuloma (Lobular Capillary Hemangioma)

    ·  2.34 Squamous Papilloma

    ·  2.35 Inverted Papilloma (IP)

    ·  2.36 Juvenile Naso-Pharyngeal Angiofibrom a

    ·  2.37 Malignant Tumours

    ·  Further Readings

    ·  Chapter 3: Larynx

    ·  3.1 Laryngomalacia

    ·  3.2 Neonatal Laryngeal Paralysis

    ·  3.3 Laryngeal Hemangioma

    ·  3.4 Laryngeal Web or Atresia

    ·  3.5 Subglottic Stenosis

    ·  3.6 Acute Laryngitis

    ·  3.7 Candidiasis

    ·  3.8 Epiglottitis

    ·  3.9 Croup Acute

    ·  3.10 Vocal Nodules

    ·  3.11 Vocal Fold Polyp

    ·  3.12 Reinke’s Edema

    ·  3.13 Vocal Cord Cysts

    ·  3.14 Laryngocele

    ·  3.15 Laryngeal Papillomatosis

    ·  3.16 Laryngeal Chondroma

    ·  3.17 Hyperplastic Epithelial Lesions

    ·  3.18 Spasmodic Dysphonia (SD)

    ·  3.19 Rheumatoid Arthritis

    ·  3.20 Relapsing Polychondritis

    ·  3.21 Amyloidosis

    ·  3.22 Laryngeal Cancer

    ·  3.23 Verrucous Carcinoma

    ·  3.24 Laryngeal Nerve Disorders

    ·  3.25 Laryngeal Trauma

    ·  3.26 Laryngeal and Tracheal Stenosis

    ·  3.27 Aspiration of Foreign Body

    ·  Further Reading

    ·  Chapter 4: Salivary Glands

    ·  4.1 Mumps

    ·  4.2 Acute Bacterial Sialadenitis

    ·  4.3 Cat Scratch Disease

    ·  4.4 Actinomycosis

    ·  4.5 Sarcoidosis

    ·  4.6 HIV Pseudocysts

    ·  4.7 Sialolithiasis

    ·  4.8 Recurrent Parotitis in Children

    ·  4.9 Mycobacteria

    ·  4.10 Sjoegren’s Syndrome

    ·  4.11 Sialosis

    ·  4.12 Benign Tumours of Salivary Glands

    ·  4.13 Malignant Salivary Glands Neoplasms

    ·  4.14 Frey’s Syndrome

    ·  Further Reading

    ·  Chapter 5: Neck

    ·  5.1 Thyroglossal Cyst

    ·  5.2 Dermoid Cyst

    ·  5.3 Ranula

    ·  5.4 Branchial Cyst

    ·  5.5 Hemangioma

    ·  5.6 Lymphangioma

    ·  5.7 Chronic Lymph Node Diseases

    ·  5.8 Cervical Necrotizing Fasciitis

    ·  5.9 Cervical Vagal Schwannoma

    ·  5.10 Paraganglioma (Glomus Caroticum)

    ·  5.11 Glomus Vagale (Vagal Paraganglioma)

    ·  Further Reading

    ·  Chapter 6: Carcinomas

    ·  6.1 Carcinoma of the Lip

    ·  6.2 Carcinoma of the Oral Tongue

    ·  6.3 Carcinoma of the Floor of the Mouth (FOM)

    ·  6.4 Carcinoma of the Soft Palate

    ·  6.5 Carcinoma of Tonsils

    ·  6.6 Carcinoma of the Base of Tongue

    ·  6.7 Carcinoma of Hypopharynx

    ·  6.8 Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

    ·  6.9 Carcinoma of Esophagus

    ·  6.10 Carcinoma of Unknown Primary (CUP) Syndrome

    ·  6.11 Neck Dissection (ND)

    ·  6.12 Classification of Neck Zones

    ·  6.13 Basal Cell Carcinoma

    ·  6.14 Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    ·  6.15 Melanoma

    ·  6.16 Merkel Cell Carcinoma

    ·  Further Readings

    ·  Chapter 7: Oesophagus

    ·  7.1 Pharyngo-Oesophageal Diverticula (Zenker Diverticulum)

    ·  7.2 Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Dise ase

    ·  7.3 Caustic Ingestion

    ·  7.4 Oesophageal Perforation

    ·  7.5 Foreign Bodies

    ·  Further Readings

    ·  Chapter 8: Rhinopharynx

    ·  8.1 Adenoid Hypertrophy

    ·  8.2 Tornwaldt’s Cyst

    ·  Further Reading

    ·  Chapter 9: Pharynx

    ·  9.1 Acute Streptococcal Pharyngo-Tonsillitis

    ·  9.2 Complications of Oropharyngeal Infections

    ·  9.2.1 Scarlet Fever

    ·  9.2.2 Acute Rheumatic Fever

    ·  9.2.3 Post-streptococcal Glomerulonephritis

    ·  9.2.4 Peritonsillary Abscess (Quinsy)

    ·  9.2.5 Parapharyngeal Abscess

    ·  9.2.6 Retro-Pharyngeal Abscess

    ·  9.2.7 Lemierre’s Syndrome

    ·  9.3 Infectious Mononucleosis

    ·  9.4 Herpangina

    ·  9.5 PFAPA (Periodic Fever, Aphthous Stomatitis, Pharyngitis, Adenitis) Syndrome

    ·  9.6 Vincent’s Angina

    ·  9.7 Diphteria

    ·  9.8 Lingual Tonsillar Infection

    ·  9.9 Lingual Cysts

    ·  9.10 Chronic Tonsillitis

    ·  9.11 Sleep Apnea Syndrome

    ·  Further Readings

    ·  Chapter 10: Oral Cavity

    ·  10.1 Congenital Epulis (Granular Cell Tumor)

    ·  10.2 Torus Palatinus and Mandibularis

    ·  10.3 Ankyloglossia

    ·  10.4 Lingual Thyroid

    ·  10.5 Fissured Tongue

    ·  10.6 Geographic Tongue

    ·  10.7 Black Hairy Tongue

    ·  10.8 Hunter’s Glossitis

    ·  10.9 Syphillis

    ·  10.10 Actinomycosis

    ·  10.11 Submandibular Space Abscess (Ludwig’s Angina)

    ·  10.12 Mucosal Candidiasis

    ·  10.13 Herpetic Gingival Stomatitis

    ·  10.14 Herpes Zoster

    ·  10.15 Herpangina

    ·  10.16 Hairy Leucoplakia

    ·  10.17 Kaposi’s Sarcoma

    ·  10.18 Aphthous Stomatitis

    ·  10.19 Pemphigus Vulgaris

    ·  10.20 Pemphigoid

    ·  10.21 Lichen Ruber Planus

    ·  10.22 Systemic Lupus Erythematous

    ·  10.23 Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis (Lethal Midline Granuloma)

    ·  10.24 Necrotizing Sialometaplasia

    ·  10.25 Behcet’s Syndrome

    ·  10.26 Melkersson-Rosenthal Syndrome

    ·  10.27 Angioedema

    ·  10.28 Burning Mouth Syndrome

    ·  Further Readings

    ·  Chapter 11: Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands

    ·  11.1 Graves Disease

    ·  11.2 Subacute Thyroiditis (deQuervain’s)

    ·  11.3 Hashimoto Thyroiditis

    ·  11.4 Multinodular Goiter

    ·  11.5 Thyroid Cancer

    ·  11.6 Management of Thyroid Nodules

    ·  11.7 Primary Hyperparathyroidism (HPT)

    ·  11.8 Secondary Hyperparathyroidism

    ·  11.9 Tertiary Hyperparathyroidism

    ·  Further Readings

    ·  Chapter 12: Appendix

    ·  12.1 Tumor Staging - Oral Cavity, Oropharynx, Hypopharynx, Larynx, Paranasal Sinuses and Salivary Gl

    ·  12.2 Tumor Staging - Nasopharynx

    ·  12.3 Tumor Staging - Thyroid Gland

  • Trauma in Otolaryngology
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    560.00 lei

    Trauma is an important aspect of all clinical care specialties. As a rule, each specialty has its own approaches to and protocols for dealing with trauma. This book focuses on the various aspects of trauma in ENT for all groups of practitioners � students, trainees and independent professionals alike � and provides an essential guide to the optimal management of ENT trauma.

  • Imaging in Otolaryngology
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    66100lei 570.00 lei

    Written directly to otolaryngologists, Imaging in Otolaryngology is a practical, superbly illustrated reference designed to enhance image reading skills at the point of care. Using annotated radiologic images, this unique reference provides the tools to quickly master the key points of imaging, all tailored to the needs of today's otolaryngologist. Each one- or two-page chapter includes Key Facts and images, critical clinical information, definitions and clarifications of unfamiliar radiology jargon, and annotations. Helps otolaryngologists at all levels of expertise - practicing clinicians, fellows, and residents - understand the significance of a given radiologic finding and next steps for the appropriate patient care (such as subsequent studies to order) Offers information in a quick-reference format that includes Key Facts, bulleted lists, and concise prose introductions for quick mastery of the material Provides comprehensive coverage accessible to residents and fellows, as well as an abundance of teaching pearls for the most experienced otolaryngologist Contains 1,800 high-quality images relevant to otolaryngologists including radiology images, medical drawings, histopathology, gross pathology, and clinical photos.

  • Regenerative Medicine in Otolaryngology
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    67400lei 570.00 lei

    This book describes an exciting new movement using regenerative medicine to treat patients with otolaryngological diseases. The emerging field of regenerative medicine uses tissue engineering, which combines medicine and engineering not only to treat the diseases themselves but also to enable recovery of the function of affected areas. As otolaryngology covers wide regions, including many diseases of the head and neck, the book is divided into sections, each corresponding to a different anatomical structure ― the ear, nose, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx and head and neck.

    The structural developments of each region, the underlying mechanisms of diseases specific to these regions, their experimental models and proposals for new regenerative treatment are all discussed in detail. The various diseases and symptoms considered in the book include inner ear and middle ear diseases, rhinitis, nasal sinusitis and otolaryngological cancers. To date there have been few clinical studies reporting regenerative medical applications in the field of otolaryngology, but in this volume leading authors present the latest research findings to help provide new therapies for patients in the future.

    This state-of-the-art information makes the book a valuable professional reference work for all doctors and researchers who focus on regenerative treatments in the field of otolaryngology and neuroscience.

    Table of contents (16 chapters)


    ·         Current Situation of Regenerative Medicine

    Pages 3-21

    ·         The Inner Ear

    Pages 25-31

    ·         Regeneration of the Soft Tissue Defects of the External Auditory Meatus

    Pages 33-46

    ·         Regeneration of the Tympanic Membrane

    Pages 47-59

    ·         An Approach in Regenerative Medicine for the Treatment of Intractable Otitis Media

    Pages 61-73

    ·         Peripheral Nerve Regeneration by Tissue Engineering for Prevention of Misdirection

    Pages 75-84

    ·         Development and Regeneration of the Nose and the Paranasal Sinuses

    Pages 87-105

    ·         Development and Regeneration of the Oral Cavity and the Pharynx

    Pages 109-127

    ·         Laryngeal Development

    Pages 131-146

    ·         Laryngeal Framework Regeneration

    Pages 147-160

    ·         Vocal Fold Development

    Pages 161-169

    ·         Regeneration of the Vocal Fold

    Pages 171-195

    ·         Cranial Bone Regeneration

    Pages 199-208

    ·         Salivary Gland Development and Regeneration

    Pages 209-223

    ·         Regeneration of the Trachea

    Pages 225-234

    ·         Future Prospective

    Pages 237-243


  • The Temporal Bone
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    570.00 lei

    Temporal bone anatomy is arguably the most complex anatomy in the human body. The proximity of vital neural and vascular structures, the intricate three-dimensional relationships involved, and the manner in which these structures are encased in a labyrinth of bony canals pose a major challenge to the preparation for and performance of surgery. It follows that specialized anatomy teaching courses are indispensable, and these are most effective when executed with the help of dissections on cadaver preparations.

    Mario Sanna's Temporal Bone is a guide to the dissection courses that the author himself would have sought to have while he was receiving training—as such, creating it has been a "dream come true" for the author. The manual is designed to complement and reinforce the experiences of course participants, comprehensively covering the normal and surgical anatomy of the temporal bone and all aspects of basic and advanced otologic and neurootologic surgery.

    Key Features:

    • The surgical anatomy is shown with the help of specially prepared cadaveric dissections
    • The approaches/techniques in these dissections are described step-by-step
    • For every approach/technique, the surgical anatomy, indications, surgical steps, and hints and pitfalls are described

    The Temporal Bone effectively transmits Mario Sanna's passionate dedication in otologic teaching and training to excellence. Residents and fellows should definitely find it indispensable.

  • 570.00 lei

    The use of endoscopic orbital surgery is rapidly expanding in modern day rhinology and oculoplastic practice. In the past two decades, endoscopic techniques have been adapted for lacrimal and orbital surgery. Significant advances have been made in endoscopic endonasal and periocular approaches to the orbital apex and skull base, especially in the last 3 years. There has been no book dedicated to these recent surgical innovations until Endoscopic Surgery of the Orbit: Anatomy, Pathology, and Management by Benjamin Bleier, Suzanne Freitag, and Raymond Sacks filled this void.

    This landmark text and its accompanying videos bring together the global experience of thought leaders and pioneers with multidisciplinary backgrounds. The collective expertise shared throughout 20 chapters codifies the current state of endoscopic orbital surgery and sets the stage for future developments. The opening chapters cover anatomy, physiology, and radiologic aspects pertaining to the orbit, paranasal sinuses, and surrounding structures. Subsequent chapters detail evaluation and endoscopic management of a full spectrum of pathologies utilizing orbital and optic nerve decompression, reconstruction, transorbital approaches, and anesthetic techniques.

    Key Features

    • State-of-the-art evidence-based medicine including the pros and cons of different treatment approaches
    • Management of operative complications such as sinusitis and iatrogenic intraorbital injury, and postoperative challenges
    • Pathology-specific topics including congenital and acquired lacrimal obstruction, thyroid-related eye disease, trauma, orbital neoplasms, and skull-base neoplasms with orbital involvement
    • 138 original illustrations help elucidate complex anatomy
    • High definition, narrated surgical videos delineate specific surgical techniques

    This is a must-have resource for otolaryngologists in rhinologic and general practice and ophthalmologists in general and oculoplastic practice. It will also benefit neurosurgeons and plastic & reconstructive surgeons. The comprehensive text, clinical pearls, and accompanying videos facilitate incorporating these techniques into practice, whether one is a surgical trainee or veteran practitioner.


    ·  1 Anatomy of the Orbit and Paranasal Sinuses

    ·  2 Anatomy, Physiology, and Treatment of the Tearing Adult

    ·  3 Radiologic Assessment of the Orbit and Lacrimal System

    ·  4 Evaluation and Management of Congenital Lacrimal Obstruction

    ·  5 Evaluation and Management of Acquired Lacrimal Obstruction

    ·  6 Pathogenesis of Thyroid Eye Disease

    ·  7 Indications and Techniques for Orbital Decompression

    ·  8 Complications of Orbital Decompression and Management

    ·  9 Strabismus and Eyelid Surgery in Thyroid Eye Disease

    ·  10 Orbital Trauma Management, Reconstruction, and External Approaches to the Orbit

    ·  11 Optic Nerve Decompression

    ·  12 Primary Neoplasms of the Orbit

    ·  13 Open Management of Primary Orbital Neoplasms

    ·  14 Endoscopic Management of Primary Orbital Neoplasms

    ·  15 Endoscopic Management of Skull Base Neoplasms with Orbital Involvement

    ·  16 Transorbital Approaches to the Sinuses, Skull Base, and Intracranial Space

    ·  17 Orbital Complications of Sinusitis and Management

    ·  18 Management of Iatrogenic Orbital Injury

    ·  19 Anesthetic Technique for Endoscopic Orbital Surgery

    ·  20 Postoperative Care and Complications Following Open and Endoscopic Orbital Surgery


  • 580.00 lei


    Illuminating neck dissection resource presents innovative techniques and insightful clinical pearls!

    This updated second edition of Functional and Selective Neck Dissection by Javier Gavilán, Alejandro Castro, Laura Rodrigáñez, and Jesús Herranz presents a unique point of view based on fascial dissection techniques developed by several generations of renowned surgeons at La Paz University Hospital. The book lays a foundation with in-depth discussion of fascial compartmentalization of the neck. The text covers the evolution of modern neck dissection, from George Crile in 1906 to current cutting-edge procedures, and details the transition from radical neck dissection to a less aggressive, equally effective approach for treating lymph node metastases in head and neck cancer.

    The relationship between functional and selective neck dissection is discussed from a pragmatic and nonconventional perspective, elucidating the connection from historical, anatomic, and surgical standpoints. The authors differentiate conceptual approaches, keystones in the evolution of scientific knowledge from surgical techniques, technical variations of a standard procedure designed to most effectively resolve a problem. The primary goal is providing the reader with expert guidance on a full spectrum of fundamental surgical techniques.

    Key Highlights

    • Sequential operative photographs of actual procedures performed by the authors complemented by stellar illustrations further understanding of techniques
    • Less radical operations discussed from American and Latin perspectives, ensuring a complete picture and integration of well-rounded best practices
    • A chapter dedicated to hints and pitfalls offers insightful technical advice and precautions acquired through decades of practice
    • Frequently asked questions and answers afford key insights on important surgical decisions, while suggested readings provide additional helpful materials

    This is an indispensable resource for practicing head and neck surgeons who treat patients with malignant tumors. Otorhinolaryngology, general surgery, and plastic surgery residents will also find it an invaluable source of information.


    ·  Contents

    ·  Foreword by Jatin P. Shah

    ·  Preface

    ·  Acknowledgments

    ·  Introduction to the Second Edition

    ·  1 The Historical Outlook of Neck Dissection

    ·  2 The Rationale and Anatomical Basis for Functional and Selective Neck Dissection

    ·  3 The Conceptual Approach to Functional and Selective Neck Dissection

    ·  4 Surgical Technique

    ·  5 Hints and Pitfalls

    ·  6 Complications of Neck Surgery

    ·  7 Frequently Asked Questions with Answers


  • 66700lei 585.00 lei


    Apartie: Data estimata: nov. 2021


    Indispensable for all otolaryngologists who see children in their practice, as well as fellows and others in training, Cummings Pediatric Otolaryngology offers comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage for evaluation and treatment of children with otolaryngologic disorders. The 2nd Edition features revised and updated content and numerous new chapters throughout, making it your #1 resource for the latest information, techniques, and treatments on improving otolaryngologic outcomes for children.

    ·         Offers expanded discussion of common comorbidities occurring in children as well as challenging clinical problems in both healthy and medically complex children. 

    ·         Includes extensive new content on otology, as well as new chapters on pediatric speech disorders, 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, pediatric cochlear implantation, laryngotracheal clefts, pediatric tracheotomy and decannulation, and more. 

    ·         Covers hot topics such as evaluation and management of pediatric vestibular disorders and ankyloglossia and tight maxillary frenula. 

    ·         Provides detailed, authoritative coverage of every area of head and neck surgery, authored by leading experts in the field and carefully edited by a senior pediatric otolaryngologist, Dr. Marci M. Lesperance. 

    ·         Includes an all-new electronic appendix with supplemental pediatric content from Cummings Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 7th edition and additional references. 

    ·         Features superb, full-color illustrations throughout. 

    ·         Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. 


  • Pediatric Rhinosinusitis
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    67400lei 600.00 lei


    About this book


    The volume provides a comprehensive, up-to-date and exhaustive review of pediatric rhinosinusitis for clinicians, surgeons, researchers, advanced care providers as well as emergency personnel. It provides information regarding pathophysiology of sinusitis, and how to distinguish between the differential diagnoses of a child with a runny nose. It also utilizes current evidence-based guidelines and consensus statements to clarify this condition to the physician and discusses available medical and surgical treatment.

    Authored by clinicians with long-time expertise with this disease, Pediatric Rhinosinusitis also reviews definitions, burden of disease, microbiology and pathophysiology of the disease; role of adenoids, allergy and asthma as co-morbid conditions; comprehensive medical management; and the role of topical treatment.  It also covers the latest advancements in new treatments such as drug-eluting stents; comprehensive surgical management; and complications of rhinosinusitis. It will be a valuable resource for otolaryngologists, surgeons, residents, medical students and advanced practice providers for years to come.


    Table of contents (22 chapters)


    Definitions and Clinical Signs and Symptoms

    Pages 3-8

    Shogan, Andrea (et al.)

    Burden and Health Impact of Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 9-15

    Kennedy, Aimee A. (et al.)

    Pathogenesis of Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 17-40

    Gitman, Lyuba (et al.)

    Imaging in Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 41-56

    Purnell, Phillip R. (et al.)

    Microbiology of Pediatric Sinusitis

    Pages 57-69

    Purnell, Phillip R. (et al.)

    The Role of Adenoids in Pediatric Sinusitis

    Pages 73-83

    April, Max (et al.)

    Allergy and Sinusitis

    Pages 85-94

    Ahmad, Sidrah M. (et al.)

    Rhinosinusitis and Asthma in Children

    Pages 95-106

    Naja, Ahmad Salaheddine (et al.)

    Chronic Rhinosinusitis in Children with Cystic Fibrosis

    Pages 107-128

    Akil, Nour (et al.)

    Sinusitis and Immunodeficiency in Children

    Pages 129-137

    Barazi, Randa (et al.)

    Pediatric Rhinosinusitis and Gastroesophageal Reflux

    Pages 139-148

    Sowa, Lauren (et al.)

    Pediatric Sinusitis and Adenoiditis

    Pages 149-156

    Donaldson, Angela M.

    Antibiotics: Intranasal and Systemic for Treatment of Sinusitis in Children

    Pages 159-169

    Chandy, Zachariah K. (et al.)

    Saline Irrigation in Pediatric Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 171-187

    Luetzenberg, Friederike S. (et al.)

    Medical Treatment of Pediatric Rhinosinusitis: Focus on Intranasal and Systemic Corticosteroids

    Pages 189-199

    Baroody, Fuad M.

    Adenoidectomy and Sinus Lavage

    Pages 203-210

    Zalzal, Habib G. (et al.)

    Balloon Sinuplasty in Children

    Pages 211-226

    Ference, Elisabeth H. (et al.)

    Endoscopic Sinus Surgery for Pediatric Patients

    Pages 227-239

    Fastenberg, Judd H. (et al.)

    Septoplasty and Turbinate Reduction in Children

    Pages 241-251

    Soneru, Christian P. (et al.)

    Postoperative Management of Pediatric Sinusitis

    Pages 253-265

    Rudman, Jason R. (et al.)

    Failure of Surgical Treatment in Children with Chronic Rhinosinusitis

    Pages 267-275

    Lowery, Anne S. (et al.)

    Pediatric Intracranial Complications from Sinusitis

    Pages 279-289

    Hamdi, Osama (et al.)



  • 600.00 lei

     This practical ENT reference guide includes over 100 clinical case scenarios, ranging from basic ENT issues to more challenging clinical cases, presented randomly as they would occur in real life. Each scenario includes thought-provoking questions followed by reasoned answers and is superbly illustrated with diagrams and high quality photographs.

    This is an invaluable text for otorhinolaryngologists in practice and in training, from hospital-based surgeons preparing for higher examinations to established physicians for their continuing professional development.

  • 68200lei 620.00 lei


    This book will move the field of pediatric cochlear implantation forward by educating clinicians in the field as to current and emerging best practices and inspiring research in new areas of importance, including the relationship between cognitive processing and pediatric cochlear implant outcomes. The book discusses communication practices, including sign language for deaf children with cochlear implants and the role of augmentative/alternative communication for children with multiple disabilities. Focusing exclusively on cochlear implantation as it applies to the pediatric population, this book also discusses music therapy, minimizing the risk of meningitis in pediatric implant recipients, recognizing device malfunction and failure in children, perioperative anesthesia and analgesia considerations in children, and much more. 

    Cochlear Implants in Children is aimed at clinicians, including neurotologists, pediatric otolaryngologists, audiologists and speech-language pathologists, as well as clinical scientists and educators of the deaf.  The book is also appropriate for pre-and postdoctoral students, including otolaryngology residents and fellows in Neurotology and Pediatric Otolaryngology.


    Table of contents (23 chapters)


    Cochlear Implant Design Considerations

    Pages 3-23

    Wilson, Blake S., PhD, DSc, DEng, Drmedhc (mult) (et al.)


    Cochlear Implant Candidacy in Children: Audiological Considerations

    Pages 27-41

    Gifford, René H., Ph.D., C.C.C.-A.


    Vaccines and the Cochlear Implant Patient

    Pages 43-48

    Tan, Tina Q., M.D.


    Medical and Radiologic Issues in Pediatric Cochlear Implantation

    Pages 49-79

    Cushing, Sharon L., M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.C. (et al.)


    Surgical Considerations

    Pages 81-95

    Isaacson, Brandon, M.D. (et al.)

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    Cochlear Implant Programming for Children

    Pages 97-109

    Teagle, Holly F. B., Au.D., C.C.C.-A.


    Diagnosis and Management of Cochlear Implant Malfunctions

    Pages 111-122

    Zwolan, Teresa A., Ph.D., C.C.C-A. (et al.)


    The Role of Electrophysiological Testing in Pediatric Cochlear Implantation

    Pages 123-142

    Gordon, Karen A., Ph.D., C.C.C.-A.


    Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition in Children with Cochlear Implants

    Pages 145-161

    Kirk, Karen Iler, Ph.D., CCC-SLP (et al.)


    Binaural and Spatial Hearing in Implanted Children

    Pages 163-175

    Litovsky, Ruth Y.


    Language and Literacy Skills in Children with Cochlear Implants: Past and Present Findings

    Pages 177-197

    Nittrouer, Susan, Ph.D. (et al.)


    Benefits of Cochlear Implantation on the Whole Child: Longitudinal Changes in Cognition, Behavior, Parenting, and Health-Related Quality of Life

    Pages 199-210

    Quittner, Alexandra L., Ph.D. (et al.)


    Redefining Cochlear Implant Benefits to Appropriately Include Children with Additional Disabilities

    Pages 213-226

    Young, Nancy M., M.D. (et al.)


    Cochlear Nerve Deficiency

    Pages 227-235

    Iseli, Claire, M.B.B.S., M.S., F.R.A.C.S. (et al.)


    The Neuroscience of the Pediatric Auditory Brainstem Implant

    Pages 237-245

    Shannon, Robert, Ph.D. (et al.)


    Cochlear Implants as Treatment of Single-Sided Deafness in Children

    Pages 247-253

    Friedmann, David R., M.D. (et al.)


    Elementary Cognitive Processes Underlying Verbal Working Memory in Pre-lingually Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants

    Pages 257-273

    AuBuchon, Angela M., Ph.D. (et al.)


    Working Memory Training in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants

    Pages 275-292

    Kronenberger, William G., Ph.D. (et al.)


    Auditory Training: Predictors of Success and Optimal Training Paradigms

    Pages 293-297


    Integrated Language Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss

    Pages 299-312

    Nittrouer, Susan, Ph.D.


    Music as Communication and Training for Children with Cochlear Implants

    Pages 313-326

    Gfeller, Kate, Ph.D.


    Early Intervention Programs: Therapy Needs of Children Ages 0–3 Years Pre- and Post-cochlear Implantation

    Pages 329-340

    Lartz, Maribeth Nelson, Ph.D. (et al.)


    Educational Considerations: Supporting Children with Cochlear Implants in Mainstream Schools

    Pages 341-358

    Mellon, Nancy K., M.S. (et al.)



  • 620.00 lei

    ​This quick reference on pediatric infectious diseases of the ear, nose, and throat provides reliable assistance in decision-making and management. To this end, numerous diagnostic and treatment algorithms are included. Practicing pediatricians, primary care practitioners, and otolaryngologists will all find the book to be an invaluable aid. This book helps the otolaryngologist who is uncertain of the best antibiotic or duration of treatment for a particular condition and instruct the pediatrician on when to refer to an otolaryngologist for surgical management. The approach is multidisciplinary, with contributions from both pediatric otolaryngologists and pediatric infectious disease physicians.

  • 68200lei 620.00 lei


    The purpose of this book is to contribute to basic and clinical medical research on cochlear implants for inner ear malformation and cochlear nerve deficiency. 

    Cochlear implantation for children is performed worldwide, and the outcomes concerning speech and hearing acquisition are epoch-making. However, there are some difficulties associated with applying this operative treatment to patients who have complicated inner ear malformations or cochlear nerve deficiencies that have slowed the development of their speech, hearing, and/or sense of balance.

    The first part of the book outlines the fundamental aspects of inner ear maldevelopment to facilitate readers’ understanding of cochlear implantation from the point of view of embryology, morphology, and genetics. In turn, the second part describes current clinical cases and presents successful clinical reports. The book offers a primary resource for otolaryngologists, neurologists, and pediatricians with an interest in this field.


    Table of contents (12 chapters)


    Pages 1-9

    Kaga, Kimitaka, M.D., Ph.D.


    Embryology of Inner Ear and Its Malformation

    Pages 11-18

    Kaga, Kimitaka


    Embryology of Cochlear Nerve and Its Deficiency

    Pages 19-27

    Pai, Irumee


    Morphology, Development, and Neurotrophic Regulation of Cochlear Afferent Innervation

    Pages 29-46

    Kondo, Kenji (et al.)


    Genetics of Inner Ear Malformation and Cochlear Nerve Deficiency

    Pages 47-59

    Yamamoto, Nobuko (et al.)


    Classification of Inner Ear Malformations

    Pages 61-85

    Sennaroglu, Levent (et al.)


    Outcome of Cochlear Implantation in Children with Cochlear Nerve Deficiency and/or Inner Ear Malformations

    Pages 87-95

    Kim, Lee-Suk, M.D., Ph.D. (et al.)


    EABR of Inner Ear Malformation and Cochlear Nerve Deficiency After Cochlear Implantation in Children

    Pages 97-109

    Minami, Shujiro (et al.)


    Vestibular Neuropathy

    Pages 111-123

    Iwasaki, Shinichi, M.D.


    Vestibular Development of Children with Inner Ear Malformation and Cochlear Nerve Deficiency

    Pages 125-137

    Masuda, Takeshi (et al.)