A fourth edition of the book, Clinical Otology, has been released this month, according to an announcement from Thieme Publishing Group. The newest edition of this book contains updates to the same elements seen in previous editions, including a detailed, contemporary review of evaluation, management, and rehabilitation options for patients with otologic and related disorders.
The updated edition features more than 150 color illustrations that clarify key concepts presented in the text, and includes new chapters on molecular genetic diagnostics, current clinical applications of genetics, contemporary hearing loss testing, and management of external and internal hearing devices, and vestibular and audiologic neuro diagnostics.
Previous editions of Clinical Otology have been praised for being an excellent resource that summarizes current information pertinent to the otology field, making it useful for all otolaryngologists, and otologists. It is also considered a good primer for otology residents. Positive reviews for earlier editions have run in the journal Otology and Neurotology, among others.
The authors of Clinical Otology are Myles L. Pensak, MD, FACS, and Daniel I. Choo, MD, FACS.
The book is available for sale as an eBook on the Thieme website, and also from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes.
Source: Thieme Publishing Group