Endoscopic Surgery of the Paranasal Sinuses and Anterior Skull Base
Returning in a second edition, this book offers expanded coverage of the most important concepts in endoscopic sinus surgery with new insights into the anatomy of the paranasal sinuses.
This text reviews critical considerations to be made during preoperative diagnosis and discusses key issues including anesthesia and positioning of the patient. It describes standard and advanced surgical techniques for the nasal cavity, the maxillary antrum, the ethmoid, frontal and sphenoid sinuses, and the anterior base of the skull, including the roof of the ethmoids and wall of the sphenoid sinus relevant to trauma and tumor surgery. With a new chapter on how to manage complications of sinusitis and revision surgery, this book is a must for the ENT surgeon and otolaryngologist seeking to improve the versatility of his or her surgical practice.
2008, 2nd edition, 250 pp, 593 illustrations,