Manual of Middle Ear Surgery: External Auditory Canal

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Thieme, 1997 - Medical - 305 pages
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[Four stars] Innovative...This is an outstanding surgical reference and manual...[and] a welcome addition to the body of literature. --Doody's Review

Once again, Prof. Tos undertakes the enormous task of describing all existing oto-surgical methods, providing one critical source for specialists and residents alike. In Volume 3, he focuses on ear canal surgery, covering abnormalities, diseases and surgical procedures and featuring:

  • Classification, description, and pathogenesis of congenital and acquired atresias and stenoses
  • A complete survey of the literature on incidence and indications for surgery
  • More than 700 clear, step-by-step surgical illustrations
  • Descriptions of new and established procedures and modifications, with pros and cons of each
  • Full coverage of both common and rare procedures

For practitioners and residents in ontologic surgery and otolaryngology, the Tos' volumes are standards of practice, essential for achieving good operation results and satisfactory hearing function. Share the wisdom and experience of more than three decades of practices and teaching, distilled into the definitive reference on all aspects middle ear surgery.

 

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Excellent Book Like all prof. Toss Books But it repeats itself several times It can summarized more and if videos are aded it will have a much more benefit
Prof. Mohamed El-Begermy Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt

Contents

Definition and Classification of Ear Canal Lesions
1
Postinflammatory Acquired Atresia
11
Removing Atresia in the Endaural
23
Local Medical Treatment 16 Pathology
30
Postoperative Atresia
40
Surgery of Fibrous Atresia 43 Laterally Positioned Ear Drum
57
Mechanical Traumas 59 Acute Lacerations
68
Transposition Skin Flaps in Meatoplasty
83
Tubes and Stents
172
Definition and Pathology 177 Removal of Exostoses Via
187
Surgery for Exostosis 180 Complications
195
Osteoma in the External Auditory Meatus
197
Cholesteatoma of the External Acoustic Meatus
205
Keratosis Obturans
219
Definition and Clinical Presentation 223 Clinical Course Complications
225
Otitis Externa Granulosa
234

Preauricular Flaps 85 Superiorly and Inferiorly Based
91
Conchal Transposition Flaps
99
Postinflammatory Stenoses
105
Thinning and Preservation of Canal
130
Postoperative Stenosis
141
Isolated Lateral Stenosis
149
Surgery for Combined Lateral Stenosis
164
Malignant Otitis Externa
241
Congenital Atresia
247
Evolution of Surgical Techniques 251 Reconstruction of the Ear Drum
262
Epithelial TumorsCarcinomas 273 Posterior Meatal Wall Resection
279
Index
299
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About the author (1997)

Professor emeritus and Former Chairman, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology, Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Hellerup, Denmark; and Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, Medical Faculty, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia

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