Edited by renowned rhinologists and skull base surgeons, Christos Georgalas and Anshul Sama, this complete guide to frontal sinus surgery covers surgical anatomy and radiology, frontal-specific pathology, surgical techniques, technical advancements, and controversies. It focuses on those starting surgical practice while it is also of interest to well-established surgeons.
This book brings together some of the leading surgeons across the globe to provide varied and complementary perspectives. The content is organized in five sections: surgical anatomy, specific conditions of the frontal sinus, open surgical approaches, endoscopic surgical approaches, and controversies.
More than 600 full-color images and diagrams illustrating surgical concepts and demonstrating detailed techniquesStepwise descriptions of surgical techniques with a “tips and tricks” section in each chapter drawn from the authors’ personal surgical experienceClinical case presentations in each chapter illustrating key concepts and techniquesA truly global and balanced perspective with world-leading authors from all continentsControversial topics analyzed from evidence-based medicine (EBM) perspective
This is a must-have resource for otolaryngology–head and neck surgery residents, fellows, and specialists that may also benefit neurosurgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons, and other clinicians who deal with this challenging and complex area.