This innovative and accessible guide to ear, nose and throat medicine delivers everything you need to know to develop a thorough grounding in the subject, acting as an essential course companion and an ideal revision aid.
Written in a lively and accessible manner reflecting the author's popular lecturing style, the content has been carefully matched to meet the demands of both the undergraduate curriculum and the core competencies for foundation study. Topics are approached in a problem-oriented manner, with basic science and clinical information integrated throughout in line with current teaching practice.
Essential ENT, praised in the first edition for its brevity, style and illustrations, remains an essential text for undergraduate medical students and foundation doctors, an excellent aide memoire for those embarking upon a career in ENT and studying for the Diploma in Laryngology and Otology, and a reliable companion in clinical practice for general practitioners and staff in the emergency department.
Table of Contents
The ENT history and examination
Understanding investigations in ENT
The mouth, tonsils and adenoids
The salivary glands
The oesophagus and dysphagia
The thyroid gland
The nose and nasopharynx
The paranasal sinuses
The ENT manifestations of AIDS and HIV infection
Procedures in ENT
Pharmacology in ENT
Glossary of common terms in ENT practice
Rogan J Corbridge MBBS, BSc,FRCS, ORL ENT Consultant, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, UK
'Congratulations on a great book...this book has been a god send! Pitched at the right level with practical anatomy and easy to follow clinical knowledge. The best thing of all is the easy pictures which are not clustered with detail.'
Third year medical student, University of East Anglia