Springer, 2007

Paediatric ENT

The first comprehensive textbook covering the whole of paediatric upper respiratory tract disorders.

Published by Springer, 2007

Recent years have seen proliferating sub-specialization and a rapid expansion of the range of therapies available to pediatric ENT specialists. This concise, up-to-date textbook offers comprehensive coverage of all the practical and theoretical aspects necessary for those taking exams or wishing to up-date their knowledge. The book is divided into sections covering rhinology, otology and head and neck problems. The uniformly structured chapters cover all relevant topics comprehensively and succinctly. This useful and reader-friendly textbook will not only be inspirational to young specialists with an interest in pediatric ENT, but also to those who are due to take their final exams as well as for established specialists in the field.

Book contents. Among the issues analysed in the contents are:
Nursing Aspects of Paediatric ENT, Anaesthesia for Paediatric ENT Surgery, The Evolution of Speech and Language, Evidence-Based Management of Speech and Language Delays, Genetics of Non-Syndromic Deafness, ENT-Related Syndromes, EXIT – Antenatal (Pre-natal), Diagnoses and Management, The Immunocompromised Child, Cystic Fibrosis and Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia, Head and Neck Masses etc.

Authors: John Graham, Glenis Scadding and Peter Ball.

Keywords: Allergic rhinitis - Cleft lip and palate - Congenital disorders of trachea and bronchi - Implants - OPD consultation - Otoplasty - Rhinosinusitis - Thyroid disease

Source: Blackwell Online
Last updated 29 May 2015