Using a problem-based approach, this text covers modern ENT practice and includes overview and key point boxes, clinical photographs and diagrams. The author provides information for students taking ENT exams, without the level of detail needed for those wishing to enter ENT as a speciality. Each clinical chapter includes problems, symptoms, management, complications, referral policies and a clinical case. The whole ENT syllabus is covered, with chapters on multidisciplinary care, pharmacology and other recent developments. Each condition covered includes a list of common causes and suggested management. The book discusses the interpretation of investigations, emergency ENT and relevant pharmacology.
Table of Contents
The ENT history and examination; understanding investigations in ENT; the larynx; the mouth, naso and oropharynx and salivary glands; the oesophagus; the neck; the ear; the nose; the paranasal sinuses; procedures in ENT; allied services; pharmacology and ENT; the future of ENT.