The Paranasal Sinuses
CRC Press – 2005 – 160 pages
This book aims to provide the trainee surgeon with the anatomical knowledge required to perform safe endoscopic sinus surgery. It provides a stepwise approach to sinus anatomy and is loosely based around the curriculum of the University of Cambridge Endoscopic Sinus Anatomy Course. High quality images derived from cadaver dissection, with CT scan radiological correlates and endoscopic photographs, are used throughout. This book is ideal for trainees at registrar or resident level for use in the operating theatre and as a dissection guide for cadaver endoscopic sinus surgery courses. The authors, with plenty of experience in running such courses, add useful clinical and surgical information as relevant.
'The book progresses nicely through the important anatomy, and the book is well referenced… A good starting place for the budding Otolaryngologist' - The Laryngoscope
'The small compact size and easy reading will ensure that this book does not stay on a bookcase collecting dust but should get used in everyday practice.' - Journal of Laryngology and Otology
Overview with Embryology o Radiological Correlates: the Basics of CT Imaging o The Nasal Cavity o The Maxillary Sinus o The Ethmoid Sinuses o The Frontal sinus o The Sphenoid Sinus o The Nasopharynx o The Sphenopalatine Artery o The Lacrimal System