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Ear Surgery

  • Lavishly illustrated with drawings, photomicrographs and radiologic images

  • Provides guidance for otologic surgical techniques

  • Based on 40 years of expert experience

  • With narrated videos explaining each surgical technique

  • Homogenous reader-friendly structure

  • Also useful for teaching anatomy of the temporal bone at the medical school, residency, and postgraduate levels


Table of contents

About this book


Based on 40 years’ experience, this book on ear surgery guides the beginner as well as the experienced surgeon through all approaches to middle ear and neurotologic surgery. The lavishly illustrated text covers the basic pathology and physiology involved in the surgical treatment of otologic conditions such as:
Chronic otitis media
Congenital atresia
Facial nerve paralysis
Profound hearing loss


Cochlear Implant Surgery Facial Nerve Surgery Otitis Media Otologic Pathology Otologic Surgery Surgery Tympanoplasty

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck SurgeryUniversity of Massachusetts Medical CenterWorcester USA

Bibliographic information

Industry Sectors
Health & Hospitals


From the reviews:

"This book, which presents a systematic text … covering together 11 chapters of otosurgery and oto-neurosurgery. … The book is intended for residents and oto-surgeons in progress, but also experienced ear surgeons … will enjoy this book … . This book gives the ENT surgeon a better chance to prepare for the unexpected, and to visualize the problems before operations." (Per Møller, European Archives of Otorhinolaryngology, January, 2009)