Endoscopic Sinus Surgery has progressed immensely in the last two decades. The interest in the subject and the desire to acquire proficiency in the surgical technique has led to enthusiastic attendance at numerous workshops. The introduction of motorized instruments, laser, image guided surgery etc., and the evolving concepts of the 'right way' to do the surgery are steps to making this procedure as functional as possible. However, the basic need of aspiring surgeons is still an accurate knowledge of the anatomy of the region, a three-dimensional concept, which will allow them to approach and clear disease from the narrow recesses of the nose and the paranasal sinuses and restore function to near normal. In this respect, this book, with its methodical approach and excellent illustrations, will be of immense value to all aspiring and established sinus surgeons.