Laryngology: A Case-Based Approach
Jacqueline Allen, S.A. Reza Nouraei, Guri S. Sandhu
Details: 615 pages, Full Color, Softcover, 8.5" x 11"
© 2020 | Available
Laryngology: A Case-Based Approach is an invaluable new text for clinicians and students covering evidence-based assessment and management of a full range of laryngological conditions. This unique text examines 55 common and rare cases and covers pediatric and adult patients. The cases are separated into four sections: pediatric, voice and airway, general/systemic, and dysphagia/swallowing.
• More than 300 figures, most in full color, including surgical photos, endoscopic images, pathological micrographs, and various process charts/diagrams and decision trees.
• More than 30 video and audio files
• Laryngology’s leading experts have contributed their knowledge, expertise and experience to discuss the varied management options as they see it.
The book also comes with access to a PluralPlus companion website, where readers can access video and audio files to enhance their understanding of cases in the book.
With its multitude of cases and related multimedia, Laryngology: A Case-Based Approach is must-have resource for otolaryngologists, laryngologists, phoniatricians, speech-language pathologists, as well as anesthesiologists with an interest in managing the difficult airway.
This sample video from Chapter 32 shows an initial transoral stroboscopy demonstrating mild tremor and mid vocal fold thickenings.
"This is an excellent option for learning and stands out among other laryngology books. These others discuss laryngology in the traditional manner, but the case-based approach allows for improved focus and a more ward-style learning opportunity. These types of books are directly translatable to the clinic/hospital setting and will help readers understand and know these conditions so they can better care for patients."
—Samuel Racette, MD, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, in Doody's Book Reviews
"This unique book was written based on the novel enquiry-based teaching method particularly to illustrate laryngology conditions. It contains both adult and paediatric pathology. Each chapter starts with one or more case scenarios along with other useful subheadings to explain the concept.
It is written in a manner which is easy to read and digest. The editors brought together leading experts and decision makers to share and discuss a range of key topics. World-renowned contributors executed their tasks very effectively by sharing their wealth of knowledge and experiences.
This book is good value for money, and online supplementary materials are also an excellent adjunct. This book provides a comprehensive approach to clinical laryngology incorporating anatomical, physiological, pathological, functional and structural aspects of laryngology. All chapters are up to date and provide extremely useful information. The chapters on Laryngeal Trauma, Evaluation and Management of Dysphonic Patient, and Benign Lesions of Larynx are particularly well written with lots of images. The Paediatric Laryngology chapter is an excellent addition and the chapter titled Principles of Phonosurgery highlights medical and surgical managements.
This book provides a multidisciplinary approach to clinical laryngology. Overall, it is extremely well written and densely illustrated with colour photographs and is exceptionally well put together with interrelated chapters. This book is an ideal reference book for all otolaryngologists, providing better understanding of clinical laryngology. It is also a very applicable addition to any ENT surgeon with an interest in laryngology.
This book will be useful for senior trainees, speech and language therapists, paediatric ENT consultants, laryngologists and head and neck surgeons."
—Jaiganesh Manickavasagam, Consultant Otolaryngologist, Ninewells Hospital & Dundee University/Medical School, in ENT & Audiology News (January 2021)
Section I. Pediatric
Chapter 1. Congenital Stridor
Christopher T. Wooten
Chapter 2. Laryngomalacia
Lluís Nisa and Kishore Sandu
Chapter 3. Laryngeal Cleft
Sophie G. Shay, Douglas Sidell, and Dinesh Chhetri
Chapter 4. Laryngeal Webs
Chapter 5. Pediatric Post-Intubation Airway Stenosis
Sarah N. Bowe and Christopher J. Hartnick
Chapter 6. Long-Segment Tracheal Stenosis
Michael J. Rutter and Claudia Schweiger
Chapter 7. Subglottic Haemangioma
James Johnston and Jacqueline Allen
Chapter 8. The Drooling Child
Silvia G. Marinone-Lares and Murali Mahadevan
Chapter 9. Supraglottic Cystic Lesion
Chapter 10. Pediatric Pharyngoesophageal Trauma Leading to Phagophobia
Mandy Henderson and Anna Miles
Chapter 11. Caustic Substance Ingestion in Children: New Management Strategies Versus Traditional Approaches
Section II. Voice and Airway
Chapter 12. Phonotrauma Management
C. Blake Simpson and Raymond Brown
Chapter 13. Phonotrauma
VyVy N. Young
Chapter 14. Dysphonia and Hemorrhage in Singers
Chapter 15. Vocal Fold Scar
Lesley F. Childs and Ted Mau
Chapter 16. Chronic Laryngeal Inflammation
Andree-Anne Leclerc and Clark A. Rosen
Chapter 17. Reinke’s Edema
Chapter 18. External Laryngeal Trauma
S.A. Reza Nouraei and Natasha Quraishi
Chapter 19. Laryngitis
Aaron J. Jaworek, Kranthi Earasi, and Robert T. Sataloff
Chapter 20. Tuberculosis of the Larynx
Chapter 21. Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis Disease Progression in Pregnancy
Paul C. Bryson and Faez H. Syed
Chapter 22. Vocal Granuloma
Chapter 23. Anterior Glottic Webs
Chapter 24. Assessment and Management of Vocal Fold Paresis in a Singer
Lisa D’Oyley, Emily Wilson, and Albert Merati
Chapter 25. Early Laryngeal Carcinoma Involving the Anterior Commissure
Mark G. Watson and Omar Mulla
Chapter 26. Laryngeal Dysplasia and Early Glottic Cancer
Valeria Silva Merea, Rebecca C. Nelson, and Michael S. Benninger
Chapter 27. Laryngeal Leukoplakia
Natasha Quraishi and Michael Petrou
Chapter 28. Irradiated Larynx and Voice Issues
Timothy M. McCulloch and Matthew R. Hoffman
Chapter 29. Laryngeal Chondrosarcoma
Jahangir Ahmed and Chadwin Al Yaghchi
Chapter 30. Bilateral Vocal Fold Mobility Impairment
Colin R. Butler
Chapter 31. Bilateral Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury and Selective Laryngeal Reinnervation
Kate J. Heathcote
Chapter 32. Atypical Spasmodic Dysphonia with Tremor
Chapter 33. Dysphonia in the Elderly
Hagit Shoffel-Havakuk and Michael M. Johns III
Chapter 34. Functional (Adaptive) Dysphonia: Considerations in Evaluation and Treatment
Chapter 35. Episodic Laryngeal Breathing Disorders
Andrée-Anne Leclerc and Clark A. Rosen
Chapter 36. Exercise-Induced Laryngeal Obstruction
Emil Schwarz Walsted, Andrew J. Kinshuck, and James H. Hull
Chapter 37. Inducible Laryngeal Obstruction
J. Selby and James H. Hull
Chapter 38. Treatment of Idiopathic Subglottic Stenosis During Pregnancy
Robert J. Morrison and Alexander Gelbard
Chapter 39. Intubation-Related Tracheal Stenosis
S.A. Reza Nouraei
Chapter 40. Rare Complication of a Percutaneous Tracheostomy
Aphrodite Iacovidou and Taranjit Singh Tatla
Chapter 41. Management of the Airway in Thyroid Disease
Jahangir Ahmed and Alasdair Mace
Section III. General/Systemic
Chapter 42. A Case of a Upper Respiratory Infection, Reflux, and Persistent Cough
Anne E. Vertigan
Chapter 43. Globus
Chapter 44. Anterior Glottoplasty for Voice Feminization
Marc Remacle and Anna Pamela C. Dela Cruz
Chapter 45. The Larynx in Systemic Inflammation
Angela Zhu, Jason Rudman, and David E. Rosow
Chapter 46. Pemphigus Vulgaris
Theodore Athanasiadis and Kimon Toumazos
Chapter 47. Relapsing Polychondritis and the Airway
Andrew J. Kinshuck and James H. Hull
Section IV. Dysphagia/Swallowing
Chapter 48. Impaired Laryngeal Response to Cough Reflex Testing
Maggie-Lee Huckabee, Phoebe Macrae, and Emma Wallace
Chapter 49. Voice and Swallowing Difficulties in Parkinsonian-type Multiple System Atrophy
Sebastian Doeltgen and Jane Bickford
Chapter 50. Lower Cranial Nerve Palsy
Chapter 51. Vagal Injury Following Ruptured Carotid Pseudoaneurysm
Anna Miles and Jacqueline Allen
Chapter 52. Dysphagia Following Head and Neck Cancer
Wendy Liu, Peter Loizou, and Faruque Riffat
Chapter 53. Neurologically Impaired Pharynx
Lacey Adkins, Melda Kunduk, and Andrew J. McWhorter
Chapter 54. Cricopharyngeal Dysfuncation
Chapter 55. Systemic Sclerosis/CREST Syndrome and Swallow Dysfunction
Silvia G. Marinone-Lares and Jacqueline Allen
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