Synopsis of ENT Surgeries

ENT surgery has evolved rapidly in the last two decades. Medical students and ENT Residents are often intrigued by the array of surgical procedures carried out in ENT operation theatre. This book acquaints the reader to routinely performed ENT surgeries, both conventional and modern. The indications, complications and brief details of each procedure have been provided. The recent advances and improvements have also been incorporated. The book also describes the commonly used surgical instruments in ENT. While the book introduces the readers to realm of ENT Surgery, it also aims to encourage them to explore and delve deeper into this fascinating branch of surgery. The book has been well illustrated to make the understanding of key concepts easy. New chapters on endoscopic repair of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorrhea, rhinoplasty, and endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) and several new images were added in the second edition.

This is revised and updated third edition (April 2022) of the book. Several new topics and images have been added. The highlight of new edition is detailed discussion on micro-ear surgery instruments, their images, indications, and uses. New topics added include surgical approaches to nasopharynx, surgery for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), cochlear implantation, rigid bronchoscopy, and management of nasal bone fractures.

The book is immensely is useful for New Final Year MBBS students preparing for their ENT (theory and practical) exams. Students pursuing DLO, MS or DNB (ENT) courses will find the book extremely beneficial for day-to-day learning and practical exams.

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