Atlas of Laryngoscopy 3rd Edition

Third Edition
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Robert Thayer Sataloff, Mary J. Hawkshaw, Johnathan B. Sataloff,

Rima A. DeFatta, and Robert Eller


The third edition of Atlas of Laryngoscopy has been updated and improved upon to present the latest information from experts in the field. Each of the 146 chapters is made up of applicable case studies and color, high-resolution photographs. As the skill of diagnosis remains critical for residents, fellows, practitioners, and academics, the third edition adds new diagnostic information. It also includes new clinical observations. Covering everything from normal vocal fold anatomy to vocal fold cancer to rare traumatic injuries, there is no other book like this in the field. It is a must-have for residents and professors alike.


  • Liam M. Flood, FRCS, FRCSI, Journal of Laryngology and Otology (March 8, 2013):
    "An atlas never fails to attract and this, in its third expanded edition, is particularly appealing, coming as it does from that "Renaissance Man", Dr Sataloff. He can turn his author's hand to Noise induced hearing loss as easily as voice disorders and has a remarkable literary record. This book shows nearly a doubling of the chapter count and significantly improved reproduction of the photomicrographs . . . The book is multi-author, lavishly illustrated of course and a valuable addition to the library. I learnt much . . ."

  • D. Cartlidge, MRCS (Edinburgh), DOHNS, Journal of Laryngology and Otology (March 8, 2013):
    "This textbook focuses mainly on providing an overview of the spectrum of laryngeal pathologies, using short case reports, with accompanying clinical images as illustration and references to previous published literature where necessary. The book gives a short introduction to the basic science/anatomy of the vocal cords, but its main strength is in the clarity of the clinical images and wide coverage of the various laryngeal pathologies, including complications from interventions . . . Overall, this atlas will be a very useful source and reference material for any ENT professional as well as undergraduate student looking to gain an understanding and recognition of laryngeal pathologies."



Details: 368 pages, Colour Illustrations (4 Colour), Hardcover, 8.5 x 11"
ISBN13: 978-1-59756-474-8
Release Date: 27/07/2012
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