This second edition of a best-selling Oxford Handbook provides a
comprehensive guide to the practice of ENT and head and neck
surgery in a concise, practical, and easily accessible format. For
use on the ward or for revision purposes, this new edition is
organised anatomically and each section provides a summary of the
essential approach to a specific presenting complaint. Quick access
chapters are included detailing emergency conditions and their
acute management. This new edition includes expanded sections on
anatomy, paediatrics, drugs, practical and surgical procedures, and
emergencies. There are new chapters covering ENT manifestations in
HIV/AIDS and sleep disorders. Still the only pocket-sized reference
of ENT available, this handbook is unique in offering diagnostic
flowcharts which guide readers based on specific sets of symptoms.
Patient-centred and practical, this book represents a more accurate
experience for those typically faced with ENT and head and neck
surgery in clinical practice.