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Principles and Practicalities of ENT
How to approach common clinical scenarios

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ISBN 9781032207285
March 14, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
180 Pages 40 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

‘Principles and Practicalities of ENT’ ensures that doctors of all levels are well equipped to approach common clinical scenarios encountered in ENT with confidence. Each section covers how to prepare for patients, includes key points in the history and examination, and how best to investigate and manage a wide variety of common ENT presentations and conditions. The material is structured to provide an easy reference including red flag and primary care sections to enable readers to know what to look out for when considering referrals. Inaddition to being a revision tool for medical students, doctors pursuing MRCS (ENT) examinations and higher surgical training in ENT, this book also serves as a useful aid for primary care physicians in their everyday diagnostics and referral practices.

Table of Contents

Ontology, Mastoiditis, Necrotising otitis externa, Sudden sensorineural hearing loss, Temporal bone trauma, Ear trauma, Rhinology, Epistaxis, Orbital haematoma, Periorbital cellulitis, Nasal trauma, Head and Neck, Adult airway compromise, Paediatric airway compromise, Neck trauma (penetrating and blunt), Foreign body in the upper aerodigestive tract, Deep space neck infection, Post-tonsillectomy bleed, Post-thyroidectomy haematoma, Otology, Hearing loss and audiology, Otitis externa, Acute otitis media, Cholesteatoma, Dizziness and vertigo, Tinnitus, Facial nerve palsy, Rhinology, Rhinosinusitis, Anosmia, Head and Neck, Head and neck malignancy, Malignancy of unknown primary, Dysphonia, Thyroid lumps, Salivary gland masses, Dysphagia, Paediatrics, Hearing loss, Sleep disordered breathing

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Mr Keshav K. Gupta MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCS (ENT) is a core surgical trainee in the West Midlands Deanery who has secured a competitive ENT ST3 post at national selection on his first attempt. He will be an ENT registrar at the time of publication. He graduated from Imperial College London in 2017 with multiple prizes and distinctions. Keshav has been heavily involved in teaching as an undergraduate and postgraduate and has designed and implemented many teaching courses. He has also published more than 15 papers in peer-reviewed journals and presented his work at national and international conferences, winning prizes in the process. Dr Divya Vatish MBBS, BSc (Hons), DRCOGis currently a GP trainee in the West Midlands Deanery. She graduated in 2017 from Bart’s and The London Medical school with prizes and distinctions. Divya has a keen interest in teaching having secured a 1st class honours in her BSc in Medical Education. Mr Karan Jolly MBChB, DOHNS, FRCS (ORL-HNS) has recently completed his training in the West Midlands Deanery and is currently on a world-renowned Rhinology and Anterior Skull Base fellowship in Vancouver. Karan has been actively involved in research over his training years with over 40 peer reviewed publications, book chapter publications and national awards including the inaugural Sir Cecil Wakeley medal. He is also very actively involved in training and education, being a faulty member on several courses and co-authoring on a FRCS VIVA revision book. Mr Duncan Bowyer BSc (Hons), MBBS (Hons), MRCS, DOHNS, FRCS (ORL HNS), FFSTEd is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital NHS Trust. Alongside his clinical practice he has a varied medical education portfolio; he is an undergraduate lecturer at Keele Medical School, Training Programme Director for Otolaryngology Higher Surgical Training in the West Midlands, examiner for the DOHNS examination, interviewer for Otolaryngology National Selection, course director and faculty on numerous skills courses, and is a Fellow of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers at RCS Edinburgh.