This reference presents effective strategies to locate key anatomical structures during endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS)-offering proven methods to determine location when facing complications and distortions in tissues of the ear, nose, and throat due to inflammation, prior treatment, and disease.
Contains a CD-ROM providing color photographs of each image displayed in the text!
The Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Dissection Manual supplies
easily identifiable and consistent anatomical landmarks for navigation of the paranasal sinus cavities
safe and efficient operational procedures for the maxillary, ethmoid, sphenoid, and frontal sinuses
in-depth discussions on surgical instrumentation, preparation, and patient positioning
endoscopic views of the paranasal sinuses
guidelines to avoid common pitfalls encountered in day-to-day practice
Supplemented with step-by-step dissections of critical features in the endoscopic paranasal sinus, the Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Dissection Manual is an authoritative and essential guide for otolaryngologists; oral, maxillofacial, plastic and reconstructive, general, and head and neck surgeons and neurosurgeons; ophthalmologists; and radiologists.
Table of Contents
Consistent and Reliable Anatomical Landmarks in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: A Historical Perspective
Surgical Instrumentation, Setup, and Patient Positioning