1st Edition

Manual of Contemporary Otological Practice

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ISBN 9780367489441
May 28, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
280 Pages 101 Color & 33 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Practice of otology today, requires a contemporary knowledge base, coupled with concurrent skill sets, and tempered with familiarity of the technological advances. This manual has been designed to address these three domains, making it a ready reference to guide specialists on the standards of care in practice. The chapters explore the current concepts, with a background of past practices, touching upon the basics of anatomy and physiology before dealing with clinical conditions and their management, covering specific clinical scenarios to develop a patient-oriented approach in the readers using evidence-based guidelines.

Key Features

  • Focuses on clinical scenarios, decision making and current concepts, providing patient-based scenarios which are relevant to all surgeons practicing otology.
  • Serves as a companion guide to standards of care for Otologists, neurotologists, otorhinolaryngologists, young surgeons and senior residents.
  • Discusses various controversies in this field and provides a general consensus/guideline which is likely to be acceptable to most practitioners

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Section 1 Hearing Loss: Approach to the Patient and Management

Ch 1.1 Hearing loss in children
Mary John

Ch 1.2 Hearing Loss in Adults
Amit Sood

Ch 1.3 Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Atul Gupta

Ch 1.4 Single-Sided Deafness:  A Long-Neglected Entity in Otology
Garima Upreti and Uma Patnaik

Section 2 The Discharging Ear: Differential Diagnosis and Management
Anandita Gupta

Section 3 Approach To A Patient with Otalgia
Rohit Singh, Amit Sood and N Ramakrishna

Section 4 Clinical decision making in the vertiginous patient: Differential diagnosis & management

Ch 4.1 Vertigo in children & adults
Anupam Kanodia and Hitesh Verma

Ch 4.2 Vertigo in Elderly
Gunjan Dwivedi and Uma Patnaik

Section 5 Tinnitus Symptomatology: Diagnosis & Management
Abha Kumari and Uma Patnaik

Section 6 Facial Palsy in Otology: An Approach To A Patient
SK Singh, Sunil Goyal and Roohie singh

Section 7 Neoplasms in Otology: Guide To diagnosis and management
Ch 7.1 Malignant Neoplasms in Otology
Smriti Panda, Amit Chirom Singh and Uma Patnaik

Ch 7.2 Benign Neoplasms in Otology
Smriti Panda, Amit Chirom Singh and Uma Patnaik
Section 8 Otology at the frontiers
Ch 8.1 Endoscopes in Otology
Sasikanth CM and Manikandan
Ch 8.2 Anaesthesia techniques in Otology
Deepak Dwivedi and Gunjan Dwivedi

Virender Malik, Dhanalakshmi B and Abha Kumari

Ch 8.4 Tools & Technology in Otology
Sabarigirish K and Uma Patnaik

Section 9 Record Keeping in Otology
Amit Sood and D Raghavan

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Dr Uma Patnaik is Professor and Head of Department, Department of ENT at Command Hospital (SC), Pune, India.

Wg Cdr Amit Sood is  Gd Spl (ENT) at Command Hospital (SC), Pune, India.

Dr Sabarigirish K is Professor, Department of  ENT at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India.

Surg Cmde Dilip Raghavan is Professor and Head of Department, Department of ENT at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India.