Table of Contents

Laryngology; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; Preface; A Note from Series Editors; Contributor List; Section A: Laryngology.
Historical Developments; 1. Laryngology-A Historical Perspective; Section B: Basic Sciences; 2. Anatomy of the Larynx; 3. Microanatomy and Cellular Physiology; 4. Physiology of Phonation; 5. Current Perspectives on the Molecular Biology of the Larynx; Section C: Clinical Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures; 6. Clinical Assessment of Voice Disorders; 7. Objective Measures of Laryngeal Imaging and Laryngeal Electromyography. 30. Laryngopharyngeal Reflux-Reflux beyond the Esophagus: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment31. Pediatric Laryngology: Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Anomalies; 32. Pediatric Laryngology: Diagnosis and Treatment of Acquired Disorders of the Larynx; 33. Tracheostomy; 34. Management of Dysphagia; Section G: Professional Voice; 35. Assessment of the Professional Voice: The Three-Part Examination; 36. Special Considerations for the Professional Voice User; 37. Special Consideration for the Professional Voice User: the UK Perspective; Section H: New Frontiers. 38. Laryngeal Transplantation39. Recent Advances in Laryngology and Laryngology Research; Index. 8. Laryngeal Photography and Documentation9. Office Procedures in Laryngology: Office-Based Laryngeal Laser Surgery with Local Anesthesia; 10. Evaluation of Voice Outcome and Quality-of-Life Measures; 11. Assessment of Swallowing: Clinical Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures; 12. Imaging of the Larynx; Section D: Therapeutic Principles; 13. Principles of Phonomicrosurgery; 14. Injection Medialization Procedures for the Vocal Fold; 15. Laryngeal Framework Surgery; 16. Lasers in Laryngology; 17. Management of Voice Disorders: Key Principles of Speech-Language Therapy. Section E: Disorders of the Larynx18. Vocal Fold Paralysis; 19. Neurological Voice Disorders; 20. Muscle Tension Dysphonia; 21. Spasmodic Dysphonia; 22. Acute Inflammatory and Infective Disorders of the Larynx; 23. Granulomatous Diseases of the Larynx; 24. Infections of the Fascial Spaces of the Head and Neck; 25. Benign Lesions of the Larynx; 26. Premalignant Lesions of the Larynx; 27. Laryngeal Trauma; 28. Management of Benign Laryngotracheal Stenosis in Adults; 29. Outcome Assessment in Laryngotracheal Stenosis; Section F: Miscellaneous Topics.