Laryngeal Dissection and Surgery Guide provides surgeons with detailed, step-by-step instructions for performing laryngeal dissections in a lab or clinical setting, helping them put knowledge into practice. The dissection chapter grounds the young surgeon in the anatomy of the larynx and provides a detailed look at the complex relationships of the various structures in and around the larynx. The descriptions of over 20 common surgical procedures give surgeons a complete picture of each surgical step.
- Guidance on performing endoscopic and open procedures including phonosurgery, arytenoidectomy, laryngectomy, and thyroplasty
- High quality, detailed photos and illustrations accompany the text, clarifying each surgical step
- Key points, pearls, and pitfalls presented in each chapter for easy reference
- Written by more than 25 renowned experts from all over the world
Laryngeal Dissection and Surgery Guide is the manual otolaryngology residents, laryngology fellows, and practitioners should have by their side as they work to perfect their surgical skills in the dissection lab and in the operating room. Experienced surgeons will also find it a useful review.
About the Author
Director of the University Voice Swallowing Center, and Assistant Profesor, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery; University of California, Irvine School of Medicine, California, USA.