Plural Publishing has announced the release of Otology, Neurotology, and Skull Base Surgery: Clinical Reference Guide, which is a comprehensive guide designed for rapid clinical and board review. Written in a concise and approachable outline format, the publisher says this text provides a condensed amount of high-yield information.
This resource is organized into 12 sections that are broken down into their most important and fundamental parts by chapter, with key topics such as anatomy and embryology, hearing loss, cochlear implantation, skull base tumors, vestibular disorders, and pediatric otology.
??According to the publisher, the new guidebook is formatted like the bestselling “Pasha” (Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery) pocket guide, and the text serves as both a study resource for qualifying exams and a portable reference guide. Otology, Neurotology, and Skull Base Surgery can be used by otolaryngology residents on their neurotology rotations in preparation for qualifying examinations, neurotology fellows throughout their training, and otologists and neurotologists preparing for recertification. Audiologists and speech-language pathologists will also benefit from having a convenient reference guide to better understand their patients diagnoses.
Some additional features of the book include contributions by leaders in the field, tabs for each section for quick access, and key terms and notes in bold and italics. The book is available for purchase from Plural Publishing and Amazon.
The editors of this reference guide are Theodore R. McRackan, MD, and ?Derald E. Brackmann, MD. Dr McRackan is an assistant professor of otolaryngology at the Medical University of South Carolina. He ?received his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina and completed his otolaryngology residency at ?Vanderbilt University. ?Dr Brackmann attended college and medical school at the University of Illinois. He served in the United States Air ?Force in California and then completed his otolaryngology residency at the University of Southern California, where he is a clinical professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery and neurological surgery.
Source: Plural Publishing