- Features over 600 color photographs of normal and abnormal findings on nasal endoscopy
- Includes arrows and legends printed below each picture to facilitate leisurely reading and study
- Familiarizes the reader with the numerous normal variants of intranasal anatomy
A must for all trainees, practitioners, and teachers of otolaryngology, An Atlas of Diagnostic Nasal Endoscopy is dedicated to teaching office nasal endoscopy. The main focus of this comprehensive text is to familiarize readers with the numerous normal variants of intranasal anatomy and with the many abnormal pathologies encountered in clinical practices. Featuring over 600 pictures of normal and abnormal findings of nasal endoscopy, each is captioned with arrows and legends that facilitate leisurely study. These pictures were taken by the author over a 15-year period at the Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston, and each carries a clear and independent teaching message.