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    MCQs for ENT: Preparation for the FRCS (ORL-HNS)

    A self-assessment resource for candidates preparing to sit the challenging FRCS (ORL-HNS) with over 300 single best answer questions and more than 70 extended matching questions.

    ABC of Ear, Nose and Throat

    ABC of Ear, Nose and Throat is a long established best-selling guide to the management of common conditions of the Ears, Nose and Throat.

    ENT Medicine and Surgery: Illustrated Clinical Cases

    This practical ENT reference guide includes over 100 clinical case scenarios, ranging from basic ENT issues to more challenging clinical cases, presented randomly as they would occur in real life. Each scenario includes thought-provoking questions followed by reasoned answers and is superbly illustrated with diagrams and high quality photographs.

    Comprehensive Management of Swallowing Disorders

    For students, scientists and practitioners who are involved daily with the complex issues of dysphagia, this updated reference includes state of the art medical, behavioral and surgical treatment options.

    Ballenger's Otorhinolaryngology

    Presents synopses that address clinical problems, diagnosis, and management. These clinically oriented synopses provide information on the commonly encountered problems in otology/neurotology, rhinology, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, paediatric otorhinolaryngology, laryngology, head and neck surgery, and bronchoesophagology.

    Pocket Tutor Otolaryngology

    The perfect companion for medical students, junior doctors, primary care practitioners and anyone seeking to improve their working knowledge of ear, nose and throat disorders. An expanded section on rhinology and a chapter devoted to diagnostic algorithms are new to this edition.

    Hereditary Hearing Loss and Its Syndromes

    This is the third edition of the foremost medical reference on genetic hearing loss, updated to include new information on molecular mechanisms. It is an excellent resource for physicians, audiologists, and other professionals working with individuals with hearing loss and their families, and for clinical training programs and researchers in hearing sciences.

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