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Schuknecht’s Pathology of the Ear 3/e

ISBN: 978-1-60795-030-1

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Price
$249.00

 

Editors

Saumil N. Merchant, M.D
Eliasen Professor of Otology and Laryngology,
Harvard Medical School Surgeon in Otolaryngology,
 Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary;
 
Joseph B. Nadol, Jr., MD
Walter Augustus Lecompte Professor and Chairman,
Department of Otology and Laryngology,
Harvard Medical School; Chief of Otolaryngology,
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary,
Boston, Massachusetts
 
Description
Schuknecht’s Pathology of the Ear emphasizes clinical history and laboratory findings including audiological and vestibular testing for the purposes of clinico-pathologic correlation.

The third edition of Harold F. Schuknecht’s Pathology of the Ear has been reorganized and consists of four sections, including : (I.) “Anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the ear;” (II.) “Disease processes of the ear;” and (IV.) “Histopathology following surgical treatment.” An entirely new section (III) has been developed, entitled “Patterns of degeneration of the ear with multiple etiologies” which hopefully will serve as a helpful guide to the reader to recognize that multiple etiologies may result in a similar histopathologic phenotype.
 
Where possible, new full color digital images of histopathology have been created and images have been labeled with a scheme that employs green for normal structures and red to depict abnormalities.
 
Key Features
·         Highly illustrated with 4 color illustrations and photomicrographs in color
·         Based on a collection of over 2000 human temporal bones prepared and studied in the Otopathology Laboratory at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
·         Website with updated content and link to videos

 
CONTENTS
Contents
PART I. ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
1. METHODS OF REMOVAL, PREPARATION AND STUDY
2. ANATOMY
3. PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
 
PART II. DISEASE PROCESSES OF THE EAR
4. GENETICALLY DETERMINED AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS
5. INFECTION
6. DISORDERS OF INTOXICATION
7. TRAUMA
8. VASCULAR DISORDERS
9. DISORDERS OF AGING
10. NEOPLASTIC GROWTH
11. DISORDERS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
12. DISORDERS OF UNKNOWN OR MULTIPLE CAUSES
 
PART III. PATTERNS OF DEGENERATION OF THE EAR WITH MULTIPLE ETIOLOGIES
13. DEGENERATION OF AUDITORY AND VESTIBULAR END ORGANS
14. NEURAL DISORDERS
15. DISORDERS OF BONE
 
PART IV. HISTOPATHOLOGY FOLLOWING SURGICAL TREATMENT
16. SURGICAL PATHOLOGY