ENT Medicine and Surgery – This practical ENT reference guide includes over 100 clinical case scenarios
The ability to make an accurate diagnosis is the most important skill a clinician can possess. The key attributes in developing this skill are experience, knowledge and confidence. These are only acquired over time but the process can be facilitated through shared experiences.
ENT Medicine and Surgery is made up of a series of case studies covering all aspects otolaryngology from basic issues in otolaryngology to more challenging clinical cases. The aim of the book is to build a clinically relevant knowledge base for the reader through discussion of the clinical principles that each case elucidates.
It is aimed at practicing otolaryngologists, trainees and general practitioners who wish to develop their diagnostic skills in otolaryngology for the benefit of their patients. It also provides a useful aid for those undertaking post-graduate exams and facilitates continuing professional development.
We hope that this book will highlight important points in otolaryngology and provide an enjoyable means for clinicians to enhance their diagnostic skills in otolaryngology.