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Publication

10 Minute ENT Consult

Hamid R. Djalilian
Details:
592 pages, Illustrated (B/W), Softcover, 4.5 x 8"
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-255-3
Release Date:
03/01/2009
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$99.95

Overview

Covering the full-range of disorders, this is the first book to help primary care physicians diagnose and treat ear, nose, and throat problems. With 60% of patients seen by primary care physician presenting with ENT disorders, the need for the book is clear.

It is easy-to-read, concise, and is uniquely symptom-based rather than disease-based, recognizing that patients will not present the primary care physician with any diagnoses. This book will guide the physician as to how to make the diagnosis, what other tests to order, how to decide on treatment, and what the warning signs are for referral to a specialist. Each chapter is based on a symptom and has algorithms for quick reference, as well as explanations on each step of the algorithm. The treatment is also outlined in an algorithmic fashion as well as detailed in the text.

The book is eminently suitable for primary care physicians and emergency room or urgent care personnel, resident physicians in primary care fields, medical students and admirably serves those studying for the Boards, as well as allied health professionals, including ENT nurses and audiologists.

Reviews

  • Andrew C. Miller, MD, Annals of Emergency Medicine (2010):
    "... An excellent clinical reference. Djalilian was spot on for his target audience of emergency, medical, pediatric, and family medicine physicians. It is a concise yet balanced text that is not overly bogged down by historical perspectives and pathophysiology."

  • Seema Pai, MD, MPH, Annals of Otology, Rhinology, & Laryngology (2011):
    "This pocket manual is a thoughtful, readable, and most importantly, clinically applicable to the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery. ...the text is well organized and comprehensive. ...useful for primary care and emergency medicine physicians, as well as junior residents and medical studentsm interested in otolaryngology."

  • Diseases of the Ear, Dizziness, and Facial Paralysis
    • 1. The History and Examination of the Ear
      Ali Sepehr, Vanessa Rothholtz, Hamid Djalilian
    • 2. Ear Pain
      Hamid Djalilian, Sanaz Hamidi
    • 3. Ear Drainage
      Alice Lee, Hamid Djalilian
    • 4. Hearing Loss
      Vanessa, Hamid Djalilian
    • 5. Tinnitus
      Hamid Djalilian, Vanessa Rothholtz, Sanaz Hamidi
    • 6. Ear plugging/popping
      Ali Sepehr, Hamid Djalilian
    • 7. Trauma to the Ear
      James Ridgway, Hamid Djalilian
    • 8. Facial Paralysis
      Hamid Djalilian, Amir Deylamipour, Sanaz Hamidi
    • 9. Dizziness and Vertigo
      Hamid Djalilian
  • Diseases of the Nose and Sinuses
    • 10. The History and Examination of the Nose
      Ed Wu, Vanessa Rothholtz, Hamid Djalilian
    • 11. Nasal Congestion
      Paul Schalch, Hamid Djalilian
    • 12. Epistaxis (Nose Bleed)
      Rohit Garg, Hamid Djalilian
    • 13. Nasal Discharge
      Paul Schalch, Quoc Nguyen
    • 14. Other Nasal or Sinus Conditions
      Hamid Djalilian
    • 15. Trauma to the Nose and face
      Paul Holden, Brian Wong
  • Diseases of the Mouth, Throat and Neck
    • 16. The History and Examination
      Ed Wu, Vanessa Rothholtz, Hamid Djalilian
    • 17. Problems with the Mouth
      Aaron Benson, Ryan Leonard
    • 18. Sore throat
      Mehdi Sina, Hamid Djalilian, Victor Passy
    • 19. Hoarseness
      Essie Fine, Roger Crumley
    • 20. Swallowing Problems
      Essie Fine, Hamid Djalilian
    • 21. Difficulty Breathing
      Gurpreet Ahuja, Hamid Djalilian
    • 22. Cough
      Roberto Barretto, Hamid Djalilian
    • 23. Salivary Gland and Thyroid/Parathyroid Disorders
      William Armstrong
    • 24. Neck Mass
      Hau Sin Wong, Jason Kim
    • 25. Neck Pain
      Hamid Djalilian
    • 26. Trauma to the Neck
      John McGuire, Hamid Djalilian
    • 27. Indications for Common Otolaryngology Procedures
      Hamid Djalilian, Gurpreet Ahuja, Roberto Barretto, Hau Sin Wong, David M. Stone
    • 28. Danger Signs in Otolaryngology
      Hamid Djalilian

About The Author

Hamid R. Djalilian

Director of the division of otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery
UC Irvine
Assistant Professor,
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Hamid R. Djalilian received his M.D. and completed his residency in Otolaryngology at the University of Minnesota. He completed an Otology, Neurotology, and Skull Base Surgery fellowship at Minnesota Ear, Head and Neck Clinic and the University of Minnesota.

Djalilian served as director of the division of otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery at University of Illinois at Chicago and has served on the faculty at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and UCLA prior to joining University of California, Irvine.

He currently serves as the director of the division of otology, neurotology, and skull base surgery at UC Irvine.

He was an honor-award recipient and a clinical scholar from the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He has published and lectured widely on topics related to ear disease, hearing loss, balance problems, and skull base tumors, as well as other general otolaryngology topics.

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