SURGICAL TECHNIQUES IN OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD A NECK SURGERY: LARYNGEAL SURGERY- Sataloff
- ISBN 9789350906521
- Edition 1/e
- Publish Year 2014
- Pages 288
- Size 8.5" X 11"
- Cover Type Hard Back
- With CD/DVD Yes
- Weight (Grams) 1220
Laryngeal Surgery, one book in a six-volume work on Surgical Techniques in Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, is essentially the second edition of our Atlas of Endoscopic Laryngeal Surgery. Laryngeal Surgery is intended as a practical resource for physicians in practice and those in training. It includes not only a general overview of various aspects of voice surgery but also intraoperative photographs. These are accompanied by detailed descriptions of surgical techniques, including “pearls”. This edition includes information on new surgical procedures never described previously such as arytenoid mobilization, vocal fold replantation, and treatment of webs with a new kind of stent. In addition to extensive new surgical material, much of the text has been modified from previously-published works written by the senior author (Robert T Sataloff). For the convenience of surgeons seeking an efficient, practical guide to voice surgery, much of this material has been condensed, reorganized, republished, rewritten and/or modified from “Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care, Third Edition” by Robert T Sataloff, a nearly 1,800-page compendium, published by Plural Publications, Inc. (San Diego, CA) in 2005.
Laryngeal Surgery is part of a comprehensive series entitled "Surgical Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery". Other atlases in this series are devoted to various specialties within the field, including Head and Neck Surgery, Otologic and Neurotological Surgery, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Sinonasal Surgery, and Pediatric Otolaryngologic Surgery.
Contents of the Laryngeal Surgery volume are organized into five sections on (1) Basic Principles and Procedures, (2) Benign Structural Lesions, (3) Premalignant and Malignant Lesions of the Larynx, (4) Neurogenic Voice Disorders, and (5) Laryngeal Trauma.
Each chapter features background information, step-by-step details of surgical techniques, as well as "pearls" gleaned from surgical experience that are intended to assist clinicians in their efforts to provide state-of-the-art surgical care to patients with voice disorders.
Includes discussion of content not covered elsewhere, including arytenoid mobilization, vocal fold replantation, and treatment of webs with a new kind of stent.
Volume includes bonus DVD, which includes 13 video clips on a range of topics, including cyst excision, fat implantation, mass excision and scar release, and vessel excision.
Edited by distinguished otolaryngologist and educator, Robert T Sataloff, along with a team of experts.