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By (author): Natasha Pollak
Endoscopic techniques have revolutionized many surgical specialties and allowed the gradual development of new, minimally invasive procedures. Otology is no exception. The aim of Endoscopic Ear Surgery is to explore the role of endoscopy in the evolution of otologic surgery, and to introduce the surgeon to basic and advanced endoscopic ear surgery techniques.
Rich with color images, the book also serves as an atlas of temporal bone anatomy and pathologic processes as seen through an ear endoscope.
Key features include:
Endoscopic Ear Surgery is primarily intended for otolaryngologists who perform ear surgery and would like to acquire or fine tune their endoscopic ear surgery skills. It is also helpful to otolaryngology residents during their otology block. This book is valuable to anyone performing ear procedures in the operating room or in the office.
From the Foreward:
Textbooks rarely capture the excitement and momentum of an evolving field in quite the way that this present publication is able to accomplish. Dr. Pollak and her contributors are to be congratulated for this outstanding work, which will provide a benchmark in its field for years to come. I highly recommend Endoscopic Ear Surgery, and I am confident that you will find it both practical and useful.”
John H. Krouse, MD, PhD
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