Temporal Bone Histology and Radiology Atlas

Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, Hosakere K. Chandrasekar
SKU: P572
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Details: 242 pages, Full Color, Hardcover, 8.5" x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-59756-716-9

Release Date: 02/02/2018


Temporal Bone Histology and Radiology Atlas provides a user-friendly approach to understanding both microscopic and radiographic anatomy of the temporal bone. It examines horizontal and vertical histologic sections and correlates them to the more commonly seen radiographic images, primarily on CT and also on MR. This enables the reader to "see" (by visualizing) much more when they look at radiographs than they otherwise would. This text is easy to use and can be referred to in detail as well as briefly and frequently in the course of otolaryngology or radiology practice, and can be digested comfortably for maintenance of certification (MOC) and Boards preparation.

Key Topics:

  • Anatomical relationships
  • Fetal and postnatal development
  • Concerns doctors should have regarding radiographic images
  • Special preparation techniques for electron microscopy and DNA extraction
  • Special histology techniques

The images in the book are available on a companion site allowing the reader to zoom in for more detail.

Temporal Bone Histology and Radiology Atlas is designed for otolaryngologists and radiologists in all phases of their careers, from medical school to residency and fellowship training to Boards to MOC and in ongoing practice. Neuro-otologists and neuroradiologists will benefit from this centralized compilation of information as well.


"An easy read with beautiful illustrations, this title is an excellent addition to the otolaryngology resident, medical student, general radiologist, and early researchers hoping to get an introduction to temporal bone histology and radiology. It evinces a passion for the material that the authors clearly want to share with the next generation of otologists."
—Isaac Eberle, MD, Otology, Neurotology, and Skull Base Surgery, Louisiana State University Health Science Center, in Otology & Neurotology, Vol 39, Issue 10 (December 2018)

"Microscopic and macroscopic images of temporal bone specimens are of very high quality, and are often compared beside their equivalent radiology images in normal specimens in fine detail, allowing a greater understanding of the anatomy than could be achieved in pure histology or radiology texts."
—Peter Rea, Consultant ENT Surgeon, University Hospitals of Leicester, Honorary Professor of Balance Medicine, De Montfort University in ENT & Audiology News (January/February 2019)