1st Edition

Head, Neck and Thyroid Surgery An Introduction and Practical Guide

Edited By Neeraj Sethi, Neil De Zoysa, R. James A. England Copyright 2020
    260 Pages
    by CRC Press

    260 Pages
    by CRC Press

    This book covers the clinical approach to managing head and neck pathology as it presents to the otolaryngology department. Including cervical lymphadenopathy, salivary gland disease, oral, oropharyngeal, laryngeal and hypopharyngeal lesions as well as thyroid and parathyroid diseases. Each chapter presents an evidence-based, practical, and user-friendly approach to assessing, investigating and managing these patients

    • A practical, clinically applicable guide to managing head and neck pathology

    • An evidence-based approach to the clear guidance provided in the book.

    • Colour images and flow charts for quick reference

    Clear, concise and comprehensive, Head, Neck & Thyroid Surgery: An introduction and practical guide will be useful to trainees and clinicians in otolaryngology, maxillo-facial and plastic surgery.





    1. Anatomy and differential diagnosis in head and neck surgery

    Neeraj Sethi and Neil de Zoysa

    2. Imaging in head and neck surgery

    Salman Qureshi

    3. Perioperative issues

    Gordon A. G. McKenzie and David J. H. Shipway

    4. Congenital neck lumps

    Jarrod J. Homer and Laura Warner

    5. Cervical lymphadenopathy

    Neil de Zoysa

    6. Thyroid disease

    R. James A. England

    7. Parathyroid disease

    R. James A. England

    8. Oral cavity

    Jiten D. Parmar and Nick Brown

    9. Oropharynx

    Emma King and Neil de Zoysa

    10. Hypopharynx

    Patrick J. Bradley and Neeraj Sethi

    11. Larynx

    James Moor and Amit Prasai

    12. Nasopharynx

    Jay Goswamy

    13. Sinonasal tumours

    Yujay Ramakrishnan and Shahzada Ahmed

    14. The salivary glands

    Giri Krishnan and Neeraj Sethi

    15. Paediatric neck lumps

    Mat Daniel

    16. Reconstruction in head and neck surgical oncology

    Kishan Ubayasiri and Andrew Foreman



    Neeraj Sethi PhD FRCS (ORL-HNS)

    Consultant Otolaryngologist Head and Neck Surgeon

    Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK

    R. James A. England FRCS (ORL HNS)

    Consultant Otolaryngologist, Thyroid Surgeon, Honorary Senior Lecturer

    Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Hospitals Trust & Hull University, UK

    Neil de Zoysa MSc FRCS (ORL-HNS)

    Consultant Otolaryngologist Head and Neck Surgeon, Poole Hospital, Dorset, UK

    The format is ideal for "dipping" in, with many a bullet point, table, boxed tip or pearl of wisdom. There are 16 chapters, covering each ENT sub-site and not just for malignancy of course.

    Liam M Flood, FRCS FRCSI