Anatomical Chart CompanyRead More
A detailed chart showing normal anatomy of the head and neck as well as common injuries. Each illustration is clearly drawn and labeled.
Anatomy and Injuries of the Head and Neck illustrates the following normal anatomy:
3/4 view of the head, neck and face showing the muscles, nerves, blood supply.
Lateral view of the skeleton of the neck showing the base of the skull, and cartilage of the neck
Anatomy and Injuries of the Head and Neck illustrates the following common injuries:
Head injuries: Basic concussion
Coup Countra Coup Concussions
Orbital, Nasal and Mandibular Fractures: bridge of nose fracture, left zygomaticofrontal suture fracture, fracture of the orbital floor, left zygomatic arch fracture, inferior orbital fracture, fracture of mandibular symphysis, fracture if mandibular body.
Neck Injuries: hyperflexion, hyperextension, muscle injury, ligament damage, spinal cord injury, spinal stenosis
Made in the USA.
Available in the following versions :
- 20" x 26" heavy paper laminated with grommets at top corners ISBN 9780781786713
- 20" x 26" heavy paper ISBN 9780781786706
Flap Harvest and InsettingMark L. Urken, Mack L. Cheney, Keith E. Blackwell, Jeffrey R. Harris, Tessa A. Hadlock, Neal FutranRead More
Discover a revolutionary approach to reconstructive surgery! Now in its Second Edition, The Atlas of Regional and Free Flaps for Head and Neck Reconstruction delivers clear, heavily illustrated coverage of regional skin, muscle, and musculocutaneous flaps as well as donor sites from distant regions of the body where vascularized skin, muscle, bone, and nerves can be harvested and transferred to the head and neck.
The Atlas will prove invaluable information to otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons, and general surgeons, who use both regional and free flaps to reconstruct damage to the head and neck caused by cancer and trauma. This Atlas provides the surgeon with techniques for mastering different donor sites needed to find solutions to virtually every reconstruction problem. It provides detailed descriptions of the anatomy and harvesting techniques of the major regional and free-flap donor sites currently employed in head and neck reconstruction.
Byron J. Bailey, Karen H. Calhoun, Norman Friedman, Shawn Newlands, Jeffrey T. VrabecRead MoreThis newly revised and updated Second Edition surgical atlas is an integral complement to the textbook, Head and Neck Surgery--Otolaryngology, Third Edition. Comprehensive coverage provides surgical techniques and the latest procedures in a well organized, concise format. Step-by-step descriptions are presented and include accompanying two-color illustrations, outlines, tips, complications, postoperative care issues, references, and surgical variations. Many renowned surgeons author the chapters, making this noteworthy guide a necessary component in the otolaryngologic community.
OtolaryngologyJonas JohnsonRead More
Completely revised, this fifth edition of Bailey’s Head and Neck Surgery – Otolaryngology offers the most current and useful evidence-based information available for the practicing otolaryngologist and otolaryngology resident.
Written to increase the reader’s understanding, retention, and ability to successfully apply the information learned, this easy-to-read text contains concise, practical content on all areas of head and neck surgery in Otolaryngology. With 207concise chapters, over 3,000 four-color illustrations, and helpful summary tables everything about this two-volume reference is designed to enhance the learning experience.
Clark A. Rosen, Jonas T. JohnsonRead MoreMaster the core topics found in the large Bailey’s Head and Neck Surgerywith a brand new, concise self-assessment book titled Bailey’s Head and Neck Surgery – Otolaryngology Review. This comprehensive, quick-review, resource parallels the chapters in the new edition of the big Bailey’s title. Featuring 1,100 multiple choice questions and a comprehensive online quiz bank for review on the go, this invaluable resource is ideal for both residents and for practitioners.
Jeffrey Myers, Ehab HannaRead MoreMore than 52,000 head and neck cancers are diagnosed each year in the US alone. The leading causes of these cancers include tobacco and alcohol use and infections with HPV. Treatment usually involves surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy, which involves a team of physicians from each of these areas. While this text is multi-disciplinary, it is written by head and neck surgeons with a primary focus on the surgical aspects of treatment for otolaryngologists and trainees. Generally considered a definitive and classic reference in the field; this book provides comprehensive coverage of everything from basic science to treatment and rehabilitation.
Principles and PracticesJohn K. NiparkoRead More
Thoroughly updated for its Second Edition, this book provides an in-depth discussion on prosthetic restoration of hearing via implantation. The text succinctly discusses the scientific principles behind cochlear implants, examines the latest technology, and offers practical advice on how to assess candidates, how to implant the devices, and what rehabilitation is most effective. The authors thoroughly examine the outcomes of cochlear implantation, the impact on the patient's quality of life, the benefits in relation to the costs, and the implications of cochlear implants for language and speech acquisition and childhood education.
Samuel M. Lam, Mark J. Glasgold, Robert A. GlasgoldRead More
This book/DVD set is a thoroughly illustrated "how-to" guide to facial fat transfer, a new facial rejuvenation procedure that allows the surgeon to sculpt the face and restore it to its natural beauty. Fat is harvested from fattier areas of the body through a suction technique and injected into the face with a small cannula. The fat transferred becomes incorporated as living tissue and the results are extremely long lasting. The book guides readers through this procedure with easy-to-follow instructions and more than 200 full-color step-by-step illustrations.
Two DVDs accompanying the book contain videos demonstrating the procedure and pitfalls.
Anatomical Chart CompanyRead More
The Ear - Organs of Hearing and Balance is a useful chart showing the anatomy of the ear.
The large colorful and detailed central image shows the anatomy of and the structures that make up the ear.
All of the major parts of the ear are illustrated and labeled on the central image. Many of the structures are depicted with close up detailed illustrations.
right tympanic membrane with detail close-up
middle ear with detail close-up
close up of the auditory ossicles
detail of the membranous labyrinth including a detail of the cochlear labyrinth
organ of Corti
macula of saccule
The Ear - Organs of Hearing and Balance also textually explains and illustrates how we hear from the ear to the brain - the physiology of sound.
Made in the USA.
Available in the following versions :
- 20" x 26" heavy paper laminated with grommets at top corners ISBN 9781587791154
- 20" x 26" heavy paper ISBN 9781587791161
Frank E. Lucente, Gady Har-El, Ari J. Goldsmith, Neil M. Sperling, Jon B. TurkRead More
Thoroughly revised and updated for its Fifth Edition, this handy pocket manual presents step-by-step guidelines on patient workup, differential diagnosis, and therapy for more than 40 symptoms occurring in the head and neck region. The authors outline current treatment recommendations and offer primary care physicians advice on indications for referral. Also included are chapters on anatomy and physiology, history taking, physical examination, occupational medicine, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric otolaryngology, as well as an introduction to outcome analysis and office-based clinical research. This edition features several new chapters, including pain management and use of lasers in otolaryngology.
Larynx, Hypopharynx, Oropharynx, Oral Cavity and NeckRobert Ferris, Eugene N. MyersRead More
This first volume of Master Techniques in Otolaryngologic Surgery focuses on the procedures used in Larynx, Hypopharynx, Oropharynx, Oral Cavity and Neck surgeries.
The Master Techniques in Otolaryngologic Surgery Series provides “how-to” guides to both the common and advanced procedures performed in the major subspecialties of Otolaryngologic Surgery. Step-by-step instructions and over 300 full-color intraoperative photographs and line drawings makes this guide an excellent reference for Head and Neck specialists and General Otolaryngologists alike.
Thyroid, Parathyroid, Salivary Glands, Paranasal Sinuses and NasopharynxEugene Myers, Robert FerrisRead MoreA key addition to the Master Techniques Series, this second volume of Master Techniques in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery focuses on the procedures used in Thyroid, Parathyroid, Salivary Glands, Paranasal Sinuses and Nasopharynx.
With contributions from the world’s leading experts, this book is a true “how-to” guide to the common and advanced procedures in the major subspecialties of Otolaryngologic Surgery. Step-by-step instructions and over 250 full-color intraoperative photographs and line drawings makes this guide an excellent quick reference for Head and Neck specialists and General Otolaryngologists alike.
Eric GendenRead MoreLooking for the go-to guide on head and neck reconstruction? Check out the newest volume in the top-rated Master Techniques in Otolaryngology series, edited by the surgeon who performed the first human jaw transplant in the US. As a leading authority on head and neck cancers and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Eric Genden includes a range of treatments and techniques in this authoritative volume on microvascular reconstruction. Chapters are authored by leaders in the development of free tissue transfer flaps in head and neck reconstruction.
David KennedyRead MoreThis is a new volume in the MTOS - Head and Neck Surgery Series edited by Eugene Myers, MD. It appeals to both the specialist and the generalist by presenting over 40 common and advanced procedures in rhinology (sinus/anterior skull base disorders). This volume will cover not only endoscopic sinus surgery, but also the open sinus surgery techniques and also techniques for the removal of neoplasms, trans nasal orbital.
Carl Snyderman, Paul GardnerRead MoreNow part of the Master Techniques in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery series, Skull Base Surgery is the new go-to guide on common and advanced procedures in skull base surgery. Step-by-step expert instruction is offered on more than 45 procedures, covering both open and minimally invasive approaches to the skull base. It is a vital resource for students, generalist surgeons, and skull base specialists in otolaryngology and neurosurgery.
Robert H Mathog, Terry Shibuya, Michael A. CarronRead More
Readers will consider this 2nd edition of Mathog’s Atlas of Craniofacial Trauma the definitive book on surgery for craniofacial trauma.
With over 1,100 illustrations this atlas lays out a clear step-by-step approach to procedures that treat craniofacial fractures. Since many of the procedures covered in this atlas cross a number of other specialties, presentations on vascular, central nervous system, dental and ophthalmic injuries are also included.
To ensure that the reader will have the most current methods for each procedure, the entire atlas has been updated. It’s also been expanded. In this latest edition, there are several new chapters including Imaging of the Craniofacial Fractures, Plates, Materials, and Instrumentation; Multidisciplinary Approach to Trauma; and Free Flap Reconstruction of the Mandible.
A Defect-Oriented ApproachMark L. UrkenRead More
Illustrated with over 3,400 drawings and full-color photographs, this volume presents a unique multidisciplinary approach to head and neck reconstruction, combining input from otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, maxillofacial prosthodontists, oculoplastic surgeons, speech and swallowing therapists, and metabolic support and nutrition specialists. For each anatomic region of the head and neck, the book defines the various defects from the reconstructive surgeon's point of view and presents actual cases demonstrating how each defect was reconstructed. In-depth discussions by leaders in the field allow the reader to appreciate the basic principles as well as the nuances of restoring each defect to an optimal level using regional flaps, free flaps, and prosthetic rehabilitation. The detailed case presentations show flap design and inset to achieve the final result.
One of the key advances emphasized is the combination of implant technology and free tissue transfer to achieve the highest level of functional restoration. The reconstruction of patients following failure of radiation therapy is also extensively discussed.
Joel A. GoebelRead More
The thoroughly updated Second Edition of this highly acclaimed text is a practical, concise, and current guide to diagnosis and treatment of the various diseases that cause dizziness and imbalance. The book progresses from symptoms to anatomy and physiology, history and physical examination, laboratory testing, disease entities, and treatment. This edition features expanded coverage of the physical examination and state-of-the-art information on test modalities, imaging techniques, surgical procedures, medical therapies for migraine, and superior canal dehiscence.
A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text, a question bank, and videos of physical examination techniques, abnormal eye movements, and surgical techniques. (http://www.goebeldizzypatient.com)
Edward Ellis, Michael F. ZideRead More
Featuring over 400 full-color surgical photographs and drawings, this text/atlas is a step-by-step guide to the surgical approaches used to expose the facial skeleton. The authors describe in detail the key anatomic structures and the technical aspects of each approach, so that the surgeon can safely gain access to the region of the craniofacial skeleton requiring surgery.
This Second Edition includes full-color intraoperative photographs that complement the surgical drawings. Several new approaches have been added—the transconjunctival approach to the medial orbit, subtarsal approach to the internal orbit, Weber-Ferguson approach to the midface, and facial degloving approach to the midface.