About the book: For the first time, a true multidisciplinary approach to cutaneous malignancy of the head and neck is presented, as international experts in head and neck surgical oncology, dermatology, Mohs micrographic surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, radiation oncology, and medical oncology present state-of-the-art techniques and promising horizons in the treatment of cutaneous malignancy of the head and neck. Whether in primary care or a specialty practice, this text should prove invaluable to any practitioner who treats patients with skin cancer of the head and neck.
The newest edition of our bestselling classic ORL pocketbook is now available. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery: Clinical Reference Guide by Raza Pasha would make a great holiday gift for any ORL resident. If you’d like to order more than 10 copies, call us at 858-492-1555 and we can arrange for 20% off of your bulk purchase.
Sleep Medicine gives readers the necessary materials to practice sleep medicine, encompassing the fundamentals of both adult and pediatric sleep medicine as it applies to the clinical practice of otolaryngology. It is a one-of-a-kind book due to its offering of an extensive review of clinical sleep medicine alongside coverage of sleep-testing modalities, as well as its inclusion of clinical sleep disorders that an otolaryngologist is likely to see in the office.
Designed to mentor research-oriented graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, biomedical and clinical investigators and faculty members throughout the course of their careers is Building a Research Career. Authors Ludlow and Kent share career-building strategies that encompass everything necessary to know in the scientific field, ranging from the do’s and don’ts of grant writing guides to how to successfully develop research programs, obtain research grants, publish in renowned journals, understand impact scores and apply for patents. Comprised of 11 chapters, Building a Research Career employs the experiences of the authors themselves and other professionals of the business to illustrate the art of navigating science and academia. Readers will discover answers to virtually every critical question that will arise at each stage in their careers.
This brand new product emanates from the author’s self-developed and proven program for training Speech-Language Pathologists in the use of FEES. Comprehensive and eminently clear and concise, it comprises video lectures on a DVD together with an explanatory manual that gives practicing clinicians a solid foundation on viewing the pharynx, larynx, and velopharynx endoscopically for FEES.
Clinicians are taken through a tutorial on laryngeal anomalies that might be seen before being guided through didactic videoed lectures and actual FEES exams to aid in the accurate diagnosis of swallowing problems endoscopically. Throughout, guidance is given in multidisciplinary management of swallowing through the use of FEES.
Ideally suited to training and competency development for medical Speech-Language Pathologists, it is also targeted at graduate students in Dysphagia courses. Additionally, Otolaryngology residents will learn how to perform and interpret FEES exams.
The August issue of Plural Community is now available!
A special double feature, this month’s newsletters includes an article on the evolution of sleep medicine, Kathleen Yaremchuk, and an article on the role of statistics in the communication sciences and their disorders, by Eiki Satake.
Our forthcoming book entitled Sleep Medicine, examines proper methods of medical practice for Otolaryngologists
Sleep Medicine is one of the fastest growing areas of Otolaryngology! Providing a new inside look from the ENT’s perspective, Sleep Medicine focuses on materials necessary to practice, covering the basics of both adult and pediatric sleep medicine as it applies to the clinical setting.
This is the only book to provide both an in-depth review of clinical sleep medicine with coverage of sleep testing modalities, as well as a focus on clinical sleep disorders that an otolaryngologist will likely see in the office.