ENT secrets / [edited by] Melissa A. Scholes, Vijay R. Ramakrishnan.

Contributor(s): Scholes, Melissa A [editor.] | Ramakrishnan, Vijay R [editor.]
Series: Secrets series: Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Elsevier, [2016]Edition: Fourth editionDescription: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780323315968; 0323315968Subject(s): Otolaryngology | Otolaryngology -- Diagnosis | Otorhinolaryngologic Diseases -- Examination Questions | MEDICAL -- Surgery -- General | Otolaryngology | Otolaryngology -- DiagnosisGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: ENT secrets.DDC classification: 617.5/10076 LOC classification: RF57Online resources: Click here for the e-copy
Contents:
Front cover; IFC_Expert consult pin page; ENT Secrets; Copyright page; Preface; Contributors; Table of Contents; Top 100 Examination Pearls; I General; 1 General Anatomy and Embryology with Radiology Correlates; Questions; 1. When do the sinuses develop?; 2. What is the difference between agger nasi, Onodi, and Haller ethmoid cells?; 3. Name the branches of the internal carotid artery in the neck.; 4. Name the eight branches of the external carotid artery in the neck.; 5. Name the four types of tongue papillae. Where are they located?
6. Describe the landmarks used to find the facial nerve during parotid surgery. 7. Name each of the major salivary glands and describe the types of saliva produced by each.; 8. How do the salivary glands develop embryologically?; 9. Describe the embryology of the parathyroid glands.; 10. Describe the fascial planes of the neck.; 11. Describe the lymph node levels of the neck used for staging head and neck cancer.; 12. Describe the branchial arch derivatives as they relate to the ear.; 13. Describe the branchial arch derivatives as they relate to the larynx.
14. Name the 12 cranial nerves and their functions. 15. What muscle is the only vocal fold abductor?; 16. Name the layers of the vocal fold, from superficial to deep.; 17. Which layers of the vocal fold form the cover? Which form the ligament?; 18. What is the best type of imaging for the temporal bone?; 19. What is the best type of imaging to evaluate the cerebellopontine angle?; 20. What is the best type of imaging to evaluate the thyroid?; 21. If you suspect a peritonsillar abscess is present, do you need to obtain imaging?; 22. How does a PET (positron emission tomography) scan work?
23. What changes to the appearance of a lymph node make it suspicious for malignancy on a CT scan with contrast?Bibliography; 2 ENT Emergencies; Questions; 1. What are the ABCDEs of any medical emergency?; 2. What is acute epiglottitis and why is it an emergency?; 3. How does the presentation of epiglottitis differ in adults and children?; 4. How should epiglottitis be diagnosed and treated?; 5. Describe angioedema.; 6. What causes angioedema?; 7. What is involved in the workup of angioedema?; 8. What is the treatment of angioedema?; 9. Describe malignant otitis externa (MOE).
10. What are the common bacteria associated with MOE?11. What is the presentation of MOE?; 12. How is the diagnosis of MOE made?; 13. Describe the treatment of MOE.; 14. What is acute invasive sinusitis and why is it considered an emergency?; 15. What are the typical causes of AIFS?; 16. How do you diagnose AIFS?; 17. What is the survival associated with AIFS?; 18. Describe Ludwig's angina.; 19. What causes Ludwig's angina?; 20. How do you diagnose Ludwig's angina?; 21. What is the management of Ludwig's angina?; 22. What is a tracheo-innominate (TI) fistula?
Summary: Stay up to date on the broad specialty of otolaryngology with, ENT Secrets, the revised volume in the popular Secrets Series. This medical reference book reviews the overall field of otolaryngology, with each chapter covering basic and in-depth subjects, important topics for a wide-range of practitioners, and practical management issues. The user-friendly Secrets style makes this resource a valuable addition to your library!
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Stay up to date on the broad specialty of otolaryngology with, ENT Secrets, the revised volume in the popular Secrets Series. This medical reference book reviews the overall field of otolaryngology, with each chapter covering basic and in-depth subjects, important topics for a wide-range of practitioners, and practical management issues. The user-friendly Secrets style makes this resource a valuable addition to your library!

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Front cover; IFC_Expert consult pin page; ENT Secrets; Copyright page; Preface; Contributors; Table of Contents; Top 100 Examination Pearls; I General; 1 General Anatomy and Embryology with Radiology Correlates; Questions; 1. When do the sinuses develop?; 2. What is the difference between agger nasi, Onodi, and Haller ethmoid cells?; 3. Name the branches of the internal carotid artery in the neck.; 4. Name the eight branches of the external carotid artery in the neck.; 5. Name the four types of tongue papillae. Where are they located?

6. Describe the landmarks used to find the facial nerve during parotid surgery. 7. Name each of the major salivary glands and describe the types of saliva produced by each.; 8. How do the salivary glands develop embryologically?; 9. Describe the embryology of the parathyroid glands.; 10. Describe the fascial planes of the neck.; 11. Describe the lymph node levels of the neck used for staging head and neck cancer.; 12. Describe the branchial arch derivatives as they relate to the ear.; 13. Describe the branchial arch derivatives as they relate to the larynx.

14. Name the 12 cranial nerves and their functions. 15. What muscle is the only vocal fold abductor?; 16. Name the layers of the vocal fold, from superficial to deep.; 17. Which layers of the vocal fold form the cover? Which form the ligament?; 18. What is the best type of imaging for the temporal bone?; 19. What is the best type of imaging to evaluate the cerebellopontine angle?; 20. What is the best type of imaging to evaluate the thyroid?; 21. If you suspect a peritonsillar abscess is present, do you need to obtain imaging?; 22. How does a PET (positron emission tomography) scan work?

23. What changes to the appearance of a lymph node make it suspicious for malignancy on a CT scan with contrast?Bibliography; 2 ENT Emergencies; Questions; 1. What are the ABCDEs of any medical emergency?; 2. What is acute epiglottitis and why is it an emergency?; 3. How does the presentation of epiglottitis differ in adults and children?; 4. How should epiglottitis be diagnosed and treated?; 5. Describe angioedema.; 6. What causes angioedema?; 7. What is involved in the workup of angioedema?; 8. What is the treatment of angioedema?; 9. Describe malignant otitis externa (MOE).

10. What are the common bacteria associated with MOE?11. What is the presentation of MOE?; 12. How is the diagnosis of MOE made?; 13. Describe the treatment of MOE.; 14. What is acute invasive sinusitis and why is it considered an emergency?; 15. What are the typical causes of AIFS?; 16. How do you diagnose AIFS?; 17. What is the survival associated with AIFS?; 18. Describe Ludwig's angina.; 19. What causes Ludwig's angina?; 20. How do you diagnose Ludwig's angina?; 21. What is the management of Ludwig's angina?; 22. What is a tracheo-innominate (TI) fistula?

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