Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery is a dynamic medical and surgical specialty characterized by rapid advances in its scientific foundation and of its therapeutic armamentarium. Simultaneously there are novel technical and technological innovations that positively impact on patient care. Consequently otolaryngology is constantly evolving as new knowledge comes forth and new technologies become available. Recent examples of advances in otolaryngology include PET scanning in head and neck cancer nonsurgical management of single-sided deafness office-based laryngology transorbital skull base surgery among others. The challenge for the busy clinician in the 21st century is to remain abreast of these ever-expanding body of knowledge surgical techniques diagnostic test imaging technology and prosthetics while deeply immersed in their clinical practice. Ironically this has become even more difficult with the explosion of technologies designed to put information at one’s fingertips. This annual periodical Recent Advances in Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery covering all the subspecialties of otolaryngology is designed to make it easy for the clinician to keep current with what is new. Due to its rapid publication cycle the material is current topical and immediately relevant to the clinician. Reviews emphasize clear artwork rendered in color to convey new concepts and surgical approaches.

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PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2013