Clinical Manual of Otolaryngology

Clinical Manual of Otolaryngology

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Clinical Manual of Otolaryngology discusses key diseases of the head and neck, their diagnosis and their treatment. Beginning with an introduction history and physical examination, the following chapters describe common conditions in different parts of the head and neck a€“ the ear, the nose, the throat and the neck. Chapters on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, psychosocial considerations, sleep medicine, and HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis, are also included. Authored by recognised specialists from the University of California School of Medicine, San Diego, this clinical manual includes more than 200 colour images and illustrations, as well as case studies on cosmetic surgery and maxillofacial trauma. Key Points Clinical manual discussing key diseases of the head and neck Examines numerous different conditions affecting the ear, nose, throat and neck Includes chapter on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery with case studies Authored by specialists from the University of California School of Medicine, San DiegoHis most recent restoration is a 1952 Ford truck. The early 54 trucks did not come with any form of restraints. ... fortunately of a low velocity and the wife who was restrained by a lap belt and her own hands on the steering wheel, suffered little.


Title:Clinical Manual of Otolaryngology
Author: Terence M Davidson, Jacob Husseman
Publisher:JP Medical Ltd - 2012-12-30
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