Textbook of Laryngology

Albert L. Merati and Steven A. Bielamowicz
SKU: P005
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  • Covers every aspect of laryngology without bias on one particular aspect
  • Designed specifically to meet student needs rather than trying to unsuccessfully serve multiple audiences


This textbook fills a void in laryngology education. Although many books focus on one or another aspect of laryngology, such as voice, swallowing, or airway problems, few cover the breadth of the discipline from a teaching standpoint. The editors sought collaboration from a broad range of international contributors in this text, which avoids the cover-all reference nature of extant texts, by having each contributor write in direct, consumable units for the reader, thus providing an ideal resource for both teaching and learning.

The text appeals to all otolaryngologists in practice and medical students will find this mandatory reading for their laryngology education, either as otolaryngology residents or rotating medical students. Its accessible and unique design and layout deliberately avoids dense tracts of text through the liberal use of tables and figures, as well as bulleted points and review topics. Practicing laryngologists will also find the book accessible and invaluable to all members of their voice care teams.


Details: 502 pages, Color Illustrations (4 Color), Hardcover, 8.5 x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-59756-028-3

Release Date: 01/08/2006