Diagnosis in Otorhinolaryngology

An Illustrated Guide
Technical advances have enabled ENT diseases to be imaged and documented.
2009. Buch. vii, 178 S.: Bibliographien. Hardcover
Springer ISBN 978-3-642-00498-8
Format (B x L): 21 x 27,9 cm
Gewicht: 777 g
In englischer Sprache
In preparing the material for this book, I took the advice of my students who generously shared their views and opinions with me. I was told that it would be preferable to have images of the various diseases with legends describing the disease. Students would be able to learn and retain the inf- mation more successfully if the material was accompanied by pictures and schematic drawings. Recent advances in technology have made it possible to photograph regions that are difcult to view with the naked eye, such as the ear, nose, throat, nasopharynx, and larynx – all the areas of otorhinolaryngology. Such an illustrated text in this feld is important and necessary for teaching purposes. In this book I tried to compile images of the basic conditions that are commonly seen in general practice and to give the reader a visual survey with a brief description of the condition. I added tables and schematic drawings in order to provide practical information. It is not the purpose of this book to be a comprehensive textbook, since many textbooks are already available with more detailed information of the conditions illustrated here. This book is primarily intended for medical students, family and general practitioners, and ENT trainees. It may also serve as basic reading material for those in allied specialties. I hope my colleagues fnd this book useful and it contributes toward their teaching purposes.
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This unique atlas is lavishly illustrated with colour photographs, and artwork such as schematic drawings The basic explanations support the reader to understand the pathology and to find the correct diagnosis Written by a well-known expert of the field Accompanied by a DVD containing all the illustrations for teaching purposes