1. Introduction and Historical Backdrop
2. General Considerations in Trauma
3. Injury and Wound Healing
4. Trauma to Ear
5. Trauma to the Nose and Face
6. Trauma to the Neck and Aerodigestive Tract
7. Trauma to Eye and Orbit
8. Foreign Bodies in the Throat
9. Case Scenarios
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.
• Case based discussions at the end of each chapter to review and consolidate knowledge and understanding of the subject
• Includes color photographs, imaging and line diagrams for better appreciation of various elements and implications of trauma management
• Includes a quiz
Dr. Jayita Poduval is an ENT specialist with more than 20 years of operative experience in all areas of general otolaryngology practice, in both the private sector and institutional settings dealing with postgraduate training. She is a firm believer in the philosophy of patient-centered, evidence-based practice and an active educator at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Her published works include more than 15 articles in indexed journals, in addition to textbook chapters in the Medscape (eMedicine) Online References. She is a reviewer/ editorial board member for several indexed national and international journals. She authored the book ‘Optimizing Medicine Residency Training Programs,’ published by IGI Global in October 2015, and contributed a chapter on medical errors in another publication by IGI Global.
She is also an avid mother, homemaker, trekker, travel writer, photographer and amateur musician, and is currently engaged in academic practice at a tertiary care facility in Pondicherry.