Pediatric Otolaryngology for the Clinician

  • Kevin D. Pereira
  • Ron B. Mitchell

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. General

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 2-2
    2. Stanton Jones
      Pages 15-20
    3. Jean E. Ashland
      Pages 21-28
    4. Cindy Jon
      Pages 35-47
  3. Otology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 50-50
    2. Marc C. Thorne, Ralph F. Wetmore
      Pages 51-54
    3. Margaretha L. Casselbrant, Ellen M. Mandel
      Pages 55-60
    4. Peter S. Roland, Tyler W. Scoresby
      Pages 61-65
    5. Yisgav Shapira, Thomas J. Balkany
      Pages 81-88
  4. Rhinology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 90-90
    2. T.J. O-Lee, Peter J. Koltai
      Pages 91-95
    3. Cherie L. Booth, K. Christopher McMains
      Pages 97-104
    4. Stacey Leigh Smith, Kevin D. Pereira
      Pages 105-111
    5. Thomas Sanford
      Pages 113-119
    6. Zoukaa Sargi, Ramzi Younis
      Pages 121-125
  5. The Head and Neck

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 128-128
    2. John P. Maddolozzo, Sandra Koterski, James W. Schroeder Jr, Hau Sin Wong
      Pages 129-135
    3. David J. Brown
      Pages 137-147
    4. Alessandro de Alarcon, Charles M. Myer III
      Pages 149-157
    5. Emily F. Rudnick, Ron B. Mitchell
      Pages 159-163
    6. Kathleen Wasylik, James Sidman
      Pages 165-172
    7. Samantha Anne, Robert F. Yellon
      Pages 173-179
    8. Craig S. Derkay, Stephen M. Wold
      Pages 181-186
    9. David H. Darrow, Nathan A. Kludt
      Pages 187-195
    10. Ron B. Mitchell
      Pages 197-200
    11. Scott C. Manning, Jonathan A. Perkins
      Pages 201-211
  6. Emergencies in Pediatric Otolaryngology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 214-214
    2. Harlan Muntz
      Pages 215-222
    3. Ryan Raju, G. Paul Digoy
      Pages 223-229
    4. Kelley M. Dodson, Angela Peng
      Pages 231-236
    5. Rodney Lusk
      Pages 237-243
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 245-251

About this book


Over the last 20 years, pediatric otolaryngology has become a recognized subspecialty within otolaryngology head and neck surgery. Organizing the growth of clinical practice and knowledge in this area now is Pediatric Otolaryngology for the Clinician, a user-friendly resource for practicing general otolaryngologists, pediatricians and family practice physicians. This important title is divided into five sections: general ENT topics, otology, rhinology, head and neck disorders, and emergencies. Each chapter is authored by a recognized expert in the field and is concise and highly informative. Designed as a quick reference guide on a variety of topics such as antibiotic treatment of ear infections, sleep disorders in children, cochlear implantation, and airway management, to name just several, the book serves as a comprehensive yet succinct guide to caring for children with ear, nose and throat problems and will stand as an invaluable resource for any busy pediatric clinic.


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  • Kevin D. Pereira
  • Ron B. Mitchell

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