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Diseases of the Sinuses

A Comprehensive Textbook of Diagnosis and Treatment

  • M. Eric Gershwin
  • Gary A. Incaudo

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Anatomy and Physiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Roger Peynegre, Pierre Rouvier
      Pages 3-32
    3. Michael A. Kaliner
      Pages 53-60
  3. Imaging

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 61-61
    2. Mark L. Benson, Patrick J. Oliverio, S. James Zinreich
      Pages 63-83
  4. Clinical Disease

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 85-85
    2. Zdenek Pelikan
      Pages 97-165
    3. Gary A. Incaudo, L. Gretchen Wooding
      Pages 167-196
    4. Christopher Chang, Stanley Naguwa
      Pages 235-246
    5. Katherine A. Kendall, Craig W. Senders
      Pages 247-271
    6. Valerie J. Lund, David J. Howard
      Pages 291-310
    7. Guy A. Settipane, Russell A. Settipane
      Pages 311-322
    8. Georges M. Halpern, Gary A. Incaudo
      Pages 323-338
    9. Harold S. Novey
      Pages 339-347
    10. Katherine A. Kendall, Craig W. Senders
      Pages 349-355
    11. Michael J. Light, Richard B. Moss, Terence M. Davidson
      Pages 357-365
    12. Steven H. Yoshida, M. Eric Gershwin
      Pages 367-379
    13. Dean M. Clerico
      Pages 403-423
    14. Jill Razani, Terence M. Davidson, Claire Murphy
      Pages 425-450
    15. Philip Cole, Renato Roithmann
      Pages 451-468
    16. William K. Dolen, John C. Selner
      Pages 469-485
  5. Surgical Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 487-487
    2. Mark A. Richardson
      Pages 489-499
    3. Rodney P. Lusk
      Pages 501-512
    4. Renato Roithmann, Ian Witterick, Philip Cole, Michael Hawke
      Pages 513-526
    5. Peter Clement, Andrzej Roman Halama
      Pages 527-545
    6. Dean M. Clerico, David W. Kennedy, David Henick
      Pages 547-561
    7. M. Eric Gershwin, Gary A. Incaudo
      Pages 591-591
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 577-589

About this book

Introduction

The comprehensive nature of this text will appeal To many physicians, the study of sinus disease to a wide range of physicians including generalists, reflects a discipline only slightly less interesting otolaryngologists, and allergists. Family physi­ than a Johnson and Johnson gauze pad, a pursuit cians, internists, pediatricians, and allergists will followed by dilettanti and eccentric professors. To each profit from having a single source that pro­ others, it represents a subsection of an undefined vides an in-depth review of topics pertaining to discipline that crosses barriers of internal medi­ sinus diseases. The otolaryngologist will benefit cine, pediatrics, allergy, chest disease, and oto­ from having a single text that provides a detailed laryngology. To patients, sinus problems are discussion of the many ancillary medical problems synonymous with headaches and a chronic source of morbidity. Yet few physicians have been pre­ that influence sinus function and, therefore, surgi­ cal outcome. We hope that all readers will enjoy the pared, until recently, to do much more than pre­ international choice of authors whose topics have scribe antibiotics, intranasal steroids, antihistamines, been purposely allowed to overlap in an effort to and commiserate for the misery involved. Fortu­ provide the broadest possible scope of informa­ nately, this picture shows significant signs of tion. We expect Diseases of the Sinuses to serve as impending remission. The disciplines of clinical immunology, allergy, and otolaryngology have the foundation of an ever-stronger ongoing effort to combat sinus disease.

Keywords

Surgery allergy anatomy asthma endoscopy physiology sinus

Editors and affiliations

  • M. Eric Gershwin
    • 1
  • Gary A. Incaudo
    • 1
  1. 1.Division of Rheumatology, Allergy, and Clinical ImmunologyUniversity of CaliforniaDavis

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