• Chapter 1 Ear1.
1 Ear Anatomy.
1.2 Vestibular Anatomy.
1.3 ENT Examination.
1.4 The Pinna.
1.5 External Ear Canal.
1.6 Otitis Media with Effusion.
1.7 Acute Otitis Media.
1.8 Chronic Otitis Media.
1.9 Facial Nerve Paralysis.
1.10 Complications of Otitis Media.
1.11 Hearing Loss.
1.13 Temporal Bone Fractures.
1.16 Eustachian Tube.
1.17 The Preauricular Fistulas
• Chapter 2 Nose
2.1 The Common Cold and the Flu.
2.3 Allergic Rhinitis.
2.4 Nasal Vestibulitis and Nasal Furunculosis and Mucormycosis.
2.6 Complications of Sinusitis.
2.7 Nasal Polyposis.
2.8 Nasal Obstruction.
2.12 Nasolacrimal Obstructions.
2.13 Optic Neuropathy.
• Chapter 3 Throat & Neck
3.1 Acute Tonsillopharyngitis.
3.3 Deep Neck Infections.
3.5 Temporomandibular Joint.
3.6 Airway Obstructions.
3.8 Larynx CA.
3.10 Salivary Gland Tumors.
3.11 Oral Cavity.
3.12 Neck Masses.
3.13 Neck Malignancies.
This revised and expanded second edition provides a comprehensive and up-to-date pictorial overview of the majority of ENT conditions. When making a diagnosis, it is of paramount importance that the ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist views the lesion and recognizes its pathology. Recent advances in endoscopic technology have enabled us to obtain clear images of such lesions and have changed our approach to diseases and techniques in the fields of ENT and head and neck surgery.
Featuring schematic drawings to make difficult topics more understandable, the book supports beginners in their search for the correct diagnosis, and increases their understanding of basic surgical approaches. It provides fundamental information required for diagnosis and treatment in an easily accessible form, while the tables, photographs and schematic drawings allow readers to grasp the problems quickly. It is also a useful guide for all experts involved in teaching diagnostic and surgical skills.
Diagnosis in Otorhinolaryngology 2nd Edition is intended for general practitioners, medical students and ENT trainees, fellows, academicians and teachers.
• Features a brief, reader-friendly format
• Assists beginners in diagnosis and differential diagnosis
• Enables readers to understand the pathology and to find the correct diagnosis
• Lavishly illustrated with over 200 colour photographs and drawings
• Accompanied by electronic supplementary material presenting all the illustrations for teaching purposes
• T. Metin Önerci is a Professor and Head of the Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. He holds important positions in a range of medical societies, including general secretary of the International Rhinologic Society, and chairperson of the Rhinology and Allergy, Sleep, and Facial Plastic Surgery Committees of the International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies. He is an honorary member of several societies and serves on the editorial boards of various journals, including Laryngoscope and European Archives of Otorhinolaryngology and is the editor of the European Journal of Rhinology and Allergy. Dr. Önerci has authored more than 200 papers in national and international journals, and numerous book chapters, and is also the author or editor of 20 books in Turkish and four in English.
• Zeynep Önerci Altunay is currently a specialist at Haseki Education and Research Hospital in Istanbul.