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Lærebog i øre-næse-halssygdomme - og hoved-hals-kirurgi er en helt ny lærebog, der afløser den klassiske lærebog af Thomsen og Jepsen. Bogen baserer sig på et nyt koncept, der bl.a. rummer et bredt forfatterpanel og en ny vægtning af stoffet med fokus på nationale retningslinjer, klassifikationer og danske universitetshospitalers procedurebeskrivelser. Bogens centrale del består af de organspecifikke afsnit, der hver især har en ny og konsekvent struktur og nyt billedmateriale. En mindre del af bogen præsenterer dels undersøgelsesteknikker, en symptomorienteret indgangsvinkel til patienten samt de akutte ørenæsehals-tilstande. Målgruppen er primært medicinstuderende, introduktionslæger i specialet og praktiserende læger. Bogen suppleres af et interaktivt læringssite på forlagets hjemmeside med bl.a. undersøgelsesvideoer og kliniske cases.
APD er en hyppigt overset lyttevanskelighed, der påvirker barnets og den unges læring, udvikling og trivsel. Denne bog giver viden om, hvordan APD kommer til udtryk, hvad der forårsager problemerne, og hvad man som forælder, pædagog, lærer eller anden professionel kan gøre for at støtte barnet og den unge med dårlige lyttefærdigheder.APD skyldes ikke nedsat hørelse, men at hjernen ikke formår at skelne lydene, zoome ind på relevant lyd, sortere lyde og skabe mening. Børn med APD har derfor ofte svært ved at forstå det talte sprog og kan have besvær med fx læse-stave-tilegnelsen.Når hjernen ikke lytter giver en teoretisk gennemgang af hørelsen og hjernens processering af lyd samt den viden, der findes om APD’ens karakter. Bogen indeholder casebeskrivelser, en praksisdel, der giver forslag til forbedringer af de fysiske rammer i læringsmiljøet, pædagogisk understøttende tiltag, viden om behandlingsmuligheder samt screeningsark, der kan anvendes til at vurdere om et barn har en indikation for APD.
StemmetræningEr din stemme svag, tynd, anspændt, pibende eller usikker? Har du svært ved at trænge igennem og blive hørt, når du taler på møder eller deltager i diskussioner?Bliver du hæs eller træt i stemmen af at tale? Så er det på tide at træne din stemme.I bogen gennemgår forfatteren lette, effektive og morsomme øvelser til alle, som vil træne stemmen, så talen bliver naturlig, klangfuld og behagelig at lytte til. En rigtigt anvendt stemme holder længe og høres perfekt i både stille og støjende omgivelser.En stærk og sikker stemme gør underværker for ens selvsikkerhed.Andre lytter mere, du bliver overbevisende, føler dig friere og behøver ikke mere at bekymre dig for at tale til andre.Forfatteren er en kendt svensk talepædagog og sangerinde.Den danske udgaver er bearbejdet af Bent E. Kjær, der er formand for Audiologopædisk forening.
Cummings Review of Otolaryngology, 2nd Edition, offers a unique, effective review of the entire spectrum of otolaryngology¿perfect for in-service exams, the ABO oral and written boards, and the recertification exam. More than simply a summary of essential information in otolaryngology, this practical review tool provides a logical, systematic approach that can be applied to any oral exam format or to address any clinical situation; once these lists are reviewed and memorized, yoüll have a wealth of knowledge that can be instinctively accessed and effectively used in any clinical or examination scenario. Covers the most essential clinical information¿such as differential diagnosis, clinical algorithms, and treatment options¿in an easy-to-remember, list format, helping you quickly respond to questions in a clinical and testing situation, teach other residents and medical students, or assist in patient management. Features expanded information on pathology and audiology, and fully updated, evidence-based content throughout. Promotes efficient, immediate recall of material through a uniquely organized format, encouraging a way of thinking that is central to success on oral boards, on clinical rotations, and in patient care. Helps you answer questions such as: What questions do I need to ask in the history? What findings am I looking for on physical exam? What is the differential diagnosis? What are the critical findings on radiology and pathology studies? What are the treatment options? How do I perform this? and more, giving you a wealth of knowledge that can be accessed and used in any clinical or exam scenario. Includes practical sections on how to achieve success on the oral exam, as well as the most important pathology and radiology slides for in-service and board examinations. Contains hard-to-find review coverage of sleep medicine, allergy, and dental/oral surgery. Ideal for study and review prior to clinical rounds with the attending surgeon, a complex surgical case, a mock oral board examination, or the American Board of Otolaryngology examinations. An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.
With its consistent, practical organization and succinct bulleted format, Atlas of Head and Neck Pathology, 4th Edition, is an ideal resource for pathologists in training and in practice. High-quality illustrations with extensive figure legends depict the histological, immunohistochemical, cytologic and diagnostic imaging appearances of every type of head and neck pathology, while the user-friendly format allows for quick access to information. From cover to cover, this comprehensive reference is designed to help you effectively and accurately diagnose a wide range of head and neck disorders, improve your turnaround time when diagnosing a specimen, and facilitate clear reports on prognosis and therapeutic management options to surgical and medical colleagues. Uses a templated approach with standard headings in each chapter, as well as bulleted text for fast retrieval of information. Explores each entity¿s clinical features, pathologic features, ancillary studies, differential diagnoses, and prognostic and therapeutic considerations. Covers recent advances in molecular diagnostic testing, including capabilities, limitations, and targeted/personalized medicine. Includes clinical information on treatment and prognosis for a better understanding of the clinical implications of diagnosis. Incorporates the most current WHO classification systems, as well as new diagnostic biomarkers and their utility in differential diagnosis, newly described variants, and new histologic entities. Shares the knowledge and expertise of new co-author Dr. Juan C. Hernandez-Prera. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
This book presents standard imaging techniques, basic anatomy and an approach to common pathology encountered in temporal bone imaging. Intended as a survival guide for residents and general radiologists, it covers all topics comprehensively, and provides intuitive point-by-point summaries, similar to those of popular radiology reference sites, for easy comprehension at a glance. The book also offers guidance on the pertinent points that need to be included in a report and how to answer basic questions that are likely to be asked by the referring clinician or supervising radiologist.This book will be a valuable resource for general radiologists, radiology residents, ENT residents, otology surgeons and anyone involved in the occasional temporal bone study.
This book provides a simple, step-by-step guide to the identification and sequential management of vascular lesions in the body. Since most vascular lesions occur in the head and neck area, the surgical interventions present challenges with regard to facial growth, airway management and reconstruction options. This book explores the treatment of head and neck vascular malformations and tumors from the perspectives of various specialties, such as otolaryngology, and pediatric, maxillofacial and plastic surgery. It covers surgical anatomy, pathophysiology, molecular basis, medical treatment, current embolization guidelines and surgical resection and reconstruction options for each type of tumor. It also discusses interventional and diagnostic radiological techniques. Written by leading international specialists, the book is a valuable resource for craniofacial, pediatric, maxillofacial, head and neck, and plastic surgeons as well as pediatricians and otolaryngologists.
The book offers in a single resource the whole coverage of different diseases and lesions, congenital or acquired, of the tongue, along with a complete spectrum of surgical techniques that can be used to achieve the best functional and aesthetic results.In addition to tongue embryology, surgical anatomy, histology and physiology, the book explores the differential diagnosis of congenital anomalies of the tongue and lingual lesions, as well as the most recent advances in surgical management (resection, reconstruction and surgical management of the neck in patients with tongue cancer).The volume includes unique chapters about tongue replantation and tongue allo-transplantation. Richly illustrated, this book provides an indispensable source of knowledge to all specialists and trainees entrusted with the care of patients suffering from tongue lesions.
The book offers a thorough description of rhinoplasty techniques for patients from the Mediterranean area. Noses come in different shapes and colors, depending on the various biotypes of the different geographic regions. This represents a topical issue for rhinoplasty surgeons, since different nasal morphologies imply different anatomic conditions. Moreover, beauty ideal varies from one region to the other, and those differences need to be taken into consideration. Based on these premises, the ethnic rhinoplasty is becoming more and more important among facial plastic surgeons. In order to broaden the understanding of anatomo-functional and cultural or cosmetic aspects specific to the Mediterranean nasal biotype, the book collects and discusses the experiences of surgeons operating on patients from the various regions of the Mediterranean area. Mediterranean Rhinoplasty represents a valuable resource not only for surgeons who are already experts in facial plastic surgery, but also for young otorhinolaryngologists, plastic surgeons and maxillofacial surgeons.
The book offers a comprehensive overview of ENT diseases during pregnancy, postpartum and lactating period. It brings together the experience of authors from more than 25 countries and aims to provide a broader understanding of the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the ENT pathologies in pregnant and lactating women. The book is organized in 7 main parts according to the ENT subspecialties, and each chapter features a reader-friendly, uniform structure. It includes developments about COVID-19 infection. ENT Diseases: Diagnosis and Treatment during Pregnancy and Lactation will appeal to a wide readership, from ENT practitioners through allergists and pulmonologists, to trainees and students in ENT, obstetrics/gynecology.
The book is intended to serve as a practical guide to effective ear examination. Learning to perform otoscopy is not easy because the external auditory canal is obstructed by cerumen, otorrhea can be present, and the tympanic membrane is sometimes only partially visible. In children, it is even more difficult because of the narrow ear canal, the alignment of the tympanic membrane, and the restlessness of the child. Uncertainty in diagnosis can lead to overtreatment, as in the case of acute otitis media and unnecessary prescription of antibiotics. On the other hand, delay in diagnosis may lead to severe complications such as mastoiditis, meningitis and brain abscess in case of overlooked middle ear cholesteatoma. This textbook aims to facilitate learning through a wealth of full color otoscopic pictures and is divided into chapters that cover the major otologic pathologies. The volume includes images related to cochlear implants and bone conduction devices, along with the images of the major surgical procedures or conditions associated with them. It also helps the reader to identify the conditions in which surgical intervention is mandatory. Given its didactic approach, this guide will be an invaluable resource for medical students and residents in otolaryngology, and in paediatrics and general medicine alike.
This book offers a detailed description of the main barbed pharyngoplasty techniques for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. These innovative techniques have spread in recent years and are considered as a validated alternative to the classic respective techniques.The book covers the barbed pharyngoplasty selection criteria, the surgical technique, and discusses the post-operative results. It also includes some chapters on the experience of surgical sleep centers in various parts of the world.Written by leading experts in the field of sleep surgery, this book will be interesting for ENT specialists, oral surgeons, maxillo-facial surgeons, plastic surgeons, sleep doctors, neurologists and pneumologists.
This comprehensive book discusses the field of Rhinoplasty from the basic sciences of anatomy and physiology to detailed assessment and application of surgical techniques. The text highlights the psychological aspects of pre- and post-operative Rhinoplasty, the important relationship between the patient and the surgeon, and finally the technical difficulties that surgeons may experience.Innovations in Rhinoplasty: Anatomy, Photography and Surgical Techniques includes innovative anatomical description of the alar base in relation to the orbicularis oris and the value of the newly discovered rim sill folds and the Inferior Vestibular Bands in alar base surgery. The scientific use of photography in Rhinoplasty which is no longer restricted to medico-legal documentation and pre- and post-operative observations is also discussed throughout the book. Equipment, set up and techniques are made simple and inexpensive so that a high standard photography is achieved by the surgeon or any trained personnel in a surprisingly small area in the office practice. In the surgical section of this clinical resource, simple, innovative conservative surgery to the nasal tip is highlighted as a technique to avoid directly stitching the middle crurae. Recognizing the different types of nasal skin plays a considerable role in alar base and nasal tip surgeries. Surgeons in Rhinoplasty seeking to further develop skills and knowledge in anatomy, photography and surgical techniques will find this book an essential read and resource in their daily clinical practice.
This book provides a detailed description of laryngeal procedures performed under topical anesthesia in an office setting. The last two decades have witnessed a major evolution in laryngology practice toward office-based surgery, thus reducing the risk of general anesthesia and containing healthcare costs while also hastening recovery rates from the time of diagnosis. Beginning with a comprehensive review of the anatomy and physiology of phonation, the book then provides systematic assessment of patients with voice dysfunction secondary to structural and functional laryngeal disorders. It offers detailed instructions on patient selection, safety, tolerance, and proper administration of topical anesthesia. The book supplies detailed descriptions of the various surgical techniques commonly used in office-based laryngeal surgery using color illustrations, photographs and videos. Different surgical approaches are presented including transcervical, transnasal and per-oral techniques. The book also supplies a thorough review of the literature on the current status of the most commonly performed office-based laryngeal surgeries including patient care, surgical outcome, and complications.Office-Based Laryngeal Surgery will help laryngologists operating on awake patients in an office setting to be both well-equipped and well-informed.
This book, built on the latest internationally recognized classification system to which the volume editor contributed, offers a unique and comprehensive reference guide to the clinical presentation, characteristics and proper treatment of the wide spectrum of congenital malformations of the inner ear (IEM). IEMs are common, accounting for roughly 20% of congenital hearing loss cases, and can be difficult to manage: 8 groups are identified, which are completely different from each other. With a wealth of color figures and extra videos, the book provides an in-depth description of all the relevant aspects: from histopathology assessment, to preoperative evaluation, genetics, different surgical and non-surgical options, and outcomes. The results from two international Consensus Pediatric Auditory Brainstem Implantation Meetings are also included.Written by leading experts in the field, this volume will be an invaluable and multidisciplinary tool for otolaryngologists, audiologists and radiologists, while also benefiting scientists dealing with genetics, and neurosurgeons dealing with brainstem implants.
Filling a gap in the literature, this is the first book to comprehensively discuss 3D printing applied to bone surgery. It provides both the scientific basics and practical applications, with a special focus on 3D-printed, custom-made titanium prostheses (3DPCMP) used for bone reconstruction following tumor resection. Initially applied to pelvic and scapular prostheses - because of their of highly complex anatomy - this technology is increasingly being adopted in other fields of orthopedics, such as limb surgery, traumatology and degenerative diseases. Throughout the book, experts from various fields share their knowledge, describing 3D printing applied to the reconstruction of different bone segments, reviewing each application and comparing it with traditional reconstruction. They also present real-world case studies from their clinical practice. Uniquely responding to the growing interest surrounding 3D printing for bone reconstruction, this book is invaluable for orthopedic, neuro- , head and neck as well as maxillofacial surgeons wishing to gain insights into this new and promising field.