This book provides an overview of otology for undergraduate medical students and postgraduate trainees. Beginning with an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the ear, each of the following chapters covers different types of disorder, including diseases of the external ear, facial nerve paralysis, vertigo and deafness.
Presented in an easy to ready format, each chapter includes ‘High Points boxes summarising the key learning concepts for the topic, as well as numerous clinical photographs, diagrams, tables and flow charts to enhance learning.
- Practical overview of otology for undergraduate students and postgraduate trainees
- Detailed chapters on anatomy and physiology of the ear
- Covers numerous different ear diseases and disorders
- Includes ‘High Points boxes and many images and illustrations