Table of Contents

Acknowledgments; Contributors; Section I: Introductory Material; Chapter 1: How to Use This Book; Chapter 2: Your Learning Plan; Section II: Case Presentations; Chapter 3: Practice Cases; Section III: Focus Questions; Chapter 4: Ear Focus Questions; 4A. Infectious; 4B. Masses.
Benign; 4C. Masses.
Malignant; 4D. Congenital; 4E. Trauma; 4F. Inflammatory; 4G. Neurologic and Vascular; 4H. Metabolic / Endocrine; 4I. Structural; 4J. Indecisions and Approaches; 4K. Audiology; 4L. Cosmetic; 4M. Reconstructive; Chapter 5: Nose Focus Questions; 5A. Infectious; 5B. Masses.
Benign. 10B. Masses10C. Masses.
Benign; 10D. Masses.
Malignant; 10E. Trauma; 10F. Inflammatory; 10G. Anatomy; Chapter 11: Thyroid Focus Questions; 11A. Infectious; 11B. Masses.
Benign; 11C. Masses.
Malignant; 11D. Congenital; 11E. Inflammatory; 11F. Anatomy; 11G. Physiology; 11H. Metabolic / Endocrine; Chapter 12: Parathyroid Focus Questions; 12A. Anantomy and Physiology; 12B. Metabolic; 12C. Masses.
Malignant; 12D. Congenital; Chapter 13: Facial Nerve Focus Questions; 13A. Facial Paralysis and Paresis; 13B. Infectious; 13C. Masses; 13D. Congenital; 13E. Trauma; 13F. Systemic Diseases. 13G. Rehabilitation13H. Anatomy and Physiology; Chapter 14: Skin, Face, and Scalp Focus Questions; 14A. Masses.
Benign; 14B. Masses.
Malignant; 14C. Cosmetic; 14D. Reconstructive; Chapter 15: Multisite Focus Questions; 15A. Masses.
Benign; 15B. Masses.
Malignant; 15C. Reconstructive; Section IV: Radiology; Chapter 16: Ear/Temporal Bone Radiology; Chapter 17: Nasal Cavity, Nasopharynx, Base of Skull, and Orbit Radiology; Chapter 18: Oral Cavity, Oropharynx, and Mandible Radiology; Chapter 19: Larynx Radiology; Chapter 20: Hypopharynx and Esophagus Radiology; Chapter 21: Neck Radiology. 5C. Masses.
Malignant5D. Congenital; 5E. Trauma; 5F. Inflammatory; 5G. Neurologic; 5H. Vascular; 5I. Metabolic / Endocrine; 5J. Structural; 5K. Cosmetic; 5L. Reconstructive; Chapter 6: Oral Focus Questions; 6A. Infectious; 6B. Masses.
Benign; 6C. Masses.
Malignant; 6D. Congenital; 6E. Trauma; 6F. Inflammatory / Autoimmune; 6G. Neurologic; 6H. Vascular; 6I. Metabolic and Endocrine; 6J. Structural; 6K. Assessment and Differential Diagnoses; 6L. Anatomy and Physiology; Chapter 7: Larynx Focus Questions; 7A. Infectious; 7B. Masses.
Benign; 7C. Masses.
Malignant; 7D. Congenital; 7E. Trauma. 7F. Inflammatory / Autoimmune7G. Neurologic; 7H. Vascular; 7I. Metabolic and Endocrine; 7J. Structural; 7K. Anatomy, Physiology, and Symptomatology; 7L. Diagnostic Testing; Chapter 8: Hypopharynx Focus Questions; 8A. Infectious; 8B. Masses.
Benign; 8C. Masses.
Malignant; 8D. Trauma; 8E. Inflammatory; 8F. Neurologic; 8G. Structural; 8H. Swallowing Techniques; 8I. Anatomy and Physiology; Chapter 9: Neck Focus Questions; 9A. Infectious; 9B. Masses.
Benign; 9C. Masses.
Malignant; 9D. Congenital; 9E. Trauma; 9F. Inflammatory; 9G. Anatomy; Chapter 10: Salivary Focus Questions; 10A. Infectious. Covering all the major specialty components of otolaryngology, the goal of this book is to have users not just read, but more importantly, to remember key pieces of information. It is interactive, has multiple visual aids, and uses a tiered system to help guide studying. The three-level system distinguishes material that is necessary for general otolaryngology examination purposes (for those seeking the basic fundamentals), to an intermediate level, to advanced for higher level learning (for those taking subspecialty examinations).