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Revised and written by leaders in the field, this expanded Second Edition text/atlas focuses on surgical techniques and surgical decision making. Coverage includes the latest techniques, patient examination and evaluation, surgical indications, contraindications and complications. Detailed and visually appealing illustrations complement the text.
Written primarily by otologic surgeons at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, the book reflects the surgical management practices that have evolved at this renowned institution. This edition's scope has been broadened to include techniques and contributing authors from other leading otology centers, such as The House Institute and the University of Iowa.
I EXAMINATION OF THE EAR Office Examination of the Ear Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. and Harold F. Schuknecht Photography and Documentation of Pathological Findings Steven D. Rauch and Jeffrey Spiegel Audiologic Tests for Otologic Surgery Dianne H. Meyer and Edward L. Applebaum Imaging of the Temporal Bone Hugh D. Curtin and Osamu Sakai Evaluation of the Vestibular System Conrad Wall, III, Richard F. Lewis, and Steven D. Rauch Evaluation of Facial Paralysis Arvind Kumar, Arlene Barr and Aftab Patni Intraoperative Monitoring of the Facial Nerve and Hearing Robert A. Levine, Steven F. Ronner and Aaron R. Thornton Outcome Measurements for Ear Surgery Pa-Chun Wang, Richard E. Gliklich and Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. II SOFT TISSUE APPROACHES AND MANAGEMENT Incisions and Approaches Joseph B. Nadol, Jr Skin Grafting in Otologic Surgery Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. and Harold F. Schuknecht III OSSEOUS APPROACHES TO THE TEMPORAL BONE Osseous Approaches to the Temporal Bone Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. Transtemporal and Transpetrous Approaches to the Cranial Base Michael J. McKenna Management of Soft Tissue and Osseous Stenosis of the Ear Canal and Canalplasty Steven D. Rauch Perforations of the Tympanic Membrane Dennis S. Poe Granular Myringitis Richard M. Levinson IV SURGERY FOR DISORDERS OF THE EAR CANAL AND TYMPANIC MEMBRANE Acute Mastoiditis Michael J. McKenna and Roland D. Eavey Chronic Otitis Media Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. Complications of Chronic Otitis Media Jeffrey P. Harris, David W. Kim and David H. Darrow Osteoradionecrosis of the Temporal Bone Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. Malignant External Otitis Marlene L. Durand V SURGERY FOR CONDUCTIVE HEARING LOSS Otitis Media with Effusion Michael J. Cunningham and Roland D. Eavey Surgery for Otosclerosis Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. and Harold F. Schuknecht (deceased) Ossiculoplasty and Tympanoplasty in Chronic Otitis Media Saumil N. Merchant Congenital Aural Atresia Antonio De la Cruz and Jose N. Fayad Congenital Cholesteatoma Trevor J. McGill and Reza Rahbar VI SURGERY FOR SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS Surgery for Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Perilymph Fistula Steven D. Rauch Cochlear Implantation and Implantable Hearing Aids Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. VII SURGERY FOR VERTIGO Labyrinthectomy Joseph B. Nadol, Jr. and Michael J. McKenna Shunt Procedures Harold F. Schuknecht (posthumous) and Michael J. McKenna