Color Atlas of Otoscopy From Diagnosis to Surgery
by Mario Sanna
Edition: 1st., 1999
The good fortune of otology resides in the fact that in most cases a diagnosis can be established through careful otoscopic examination: the tympanic membrane is the window to the middle ear.
Otoscopy constitutes the first phase in the examination of the patient. The initiation of the young otologist begins with this basic step.
The resident or practitioner desirous of an initiation into otology will find a presentation of auricular pathology which is both general and detailed. Such a structure is thoroughly complementary to the knowledge acquired during his or her medical training. The well-informed otorhinolaryngologist will find an update of the most recent clinical, radiologic, and therapeutic acquisitions in a field which is in constant evolution.