4 edition of paranasal sinuses: anatomy and surgical technique found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Frank N. Ritter. With 158 illus., including 91 line drawings by Denis Lee.|
|LC Classifications||RF421 .R57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 153 p.|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||73007519|
The purpose of this interactive book is to present the equine sinus system in a new light, using a combination of illustrations, interactive 3-D models, animations and videos. In this manner, students will be exposed not only to the anatomy of the sinuses, but also to diagnostic techniques such as radiography, computed tomography, magnetic. Overview of Paranasal Sinus Anatomy. The paranasal sinuses consist of paired frontal, ethmoid, maxillary, and sphenoid sinuses. The introduction of endoscopic surgical techniques during the s drastically changed the treatment for patients with recurrent or refractory rhinosinusitis.
Understanding the anatomy of the paranasal sinuses is probably the most important prerequisite for endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS). As a matter of fact, most feared complications of ESS are the. A good knowledge of the anatomy of the paranasal sinuses, the clinical significance of anatomical variants, and the terminology used in functional endoscopic sinus surgery is basic to the correct.
Several variants of the paranasal sinuses are of primary importance in surgical planning. Also important, but less so, is that they can increase the likelihood of developing sinus disease. Ethmoid air cell variants include a prominent agger nasi cell, type I-IV frontal cells, prominent ethmoid bullae, Haller cell, and Onodi cell. Sindwani, R. Paranasal sinus computed tomography anatomy: a surgeon's ok of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Vol. , Issue., p.
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This updated and expanded third edition of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery provides detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to perform state-of-the-art surgical techniques on the paranasal sinuses and skull base.
It extensively describes the anatomy of all regions within the sinuses and adjacent intracranial cavities and includes unique, practical Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ritter, Frank N., Paranasal sinuses: anatomy and surgical technique.
Saint Louis, Mosby, (OCoLC) The fully updated comprehensive anatomical guide on surgery of the paranasal sinuses and skull base. As in the acclaimed prior editions, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Fourth Edition focuses strictly on anatomy, 3D reconstruction, and step-by-step surgical techniques.
Written by Peter-John Wormald, the richly illustrated text details anatomy and operative treatment of sinonasal conditions /5(4). Get this from a library. The paranasal sinuses: anatomy and surgical technique.
[Frank N Ritter]. The anatomy of the paranasal sinuses is quite complex and prone to individual variation; however, basic surgical anatomy should be understood in order to avoid complications. The maxillary sinus.
The fully updated comprehensive anatomical guide on surgery of the paranasal sinuses and skull base. As in the acclaimed prior editions, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Fourth Edition focuses strictly on anatomy, 3D reconstruction, and step-by-step surgical techniques.
Written by Peter-John Wormald, the richly illustrated text details anatomy and operative treatment of sinonasal conditions such as.
The anatomy of the paranasal sinuses is quite complex and prone to individual variation; however, basic surgical anatomy should be understood in order to avoid complications. The maxillary sinus is the largest paranasal sinus.
Some variations of the maxillary sinus should be considered prior to by: 1. Concepts of Intranasal Surgery of the Paranasal Sinuses 2.
Endoscopic Anatomy of the Nose and Paranasal Sinuses 3. Preoperative Diagnosis 4. Instruments 5. Anesthesia and Position of the Patient 6.
Standard Operations for Acute and Chronic Sinusitis 7. Complications of Sinusitis 8. Failures and Repeat Surgery 9. Trauma Malformations Neoplasia and Tumor-like Lesions Results of. Paranasal Sinuses. This book to those of you who pick up the torch and by continued research, close clinical observation and the high quality of clinical care as well as publication and selfless teaching, further advance knowledge in rhinology from this point forward.
Paranasal Sinus Maxillary Sinus Sphenoid Sinus Frontal Sinus Endoscopic Sinus Surgery These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: This user-friendly reference and accompanying DVDs, authored by a team of internationally recognized experts, present the latest treatment options for the maxillary sinus, including a detailed analysis of the effectiveness of different surgical techniques and how best to successfully apply an overview of embryology, surgical anatomy, and imaging, concise chapters guide the reader.
Surgical Anatomy of the Paranasal Sinuses. Zoukaa B. Sargi, Roy R. Casiano. Pages there is a definite need for a single surgical atlas-like book that contains precise descriptions of the surgical techniques used in rhinology and sleep apnea surgery.
Each chapter was written by surgeons with extensive experience in each topic who have. Paranasal sinus anatomy and trephination technique (Proceedings) August 1, the CMS has direct communication with the sphenopalatine sinus and the middle conchal sinus.
The surgical boundaries of the MS are ventrally, the facial crest, dorsally a line between the medial canthus and the infraorbital foramen, rostrally a line connecting. This chapter reviews the anatomy of the orbit from a surgical perspective, mainly focusing on the skeletal and soft-tissue architecture.
Because of its location at the junction of different anatomic regions, it is intimately related to the paranasal sinuses and the anterior and middle cranial fossae. This book has been established on a sound anatomic foundation, and it is surgically oriented.
The page first section covers the embryology and anatomic descriptions of each of the paranasal sinuses taking the general form of an atlas. Each chapter is Author: Jack D. Clemis. The Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses: Surgical Anatomy 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by Joao A.C.
Navarro (Author), M. Murao (Translator), S.M. de Oliveira (Translator), J. de Lima Navarro (Contributor), P. de Lima Navarro (Contributor) & 2 more Format: Kindle EditionCited by: surgery can conspire to distort the normal anatomy to such an extent that any surgical approach in this area is potentially hazardous.
Computer tomography (CT) scanning of the parana-sal sinus is one of the major modalities of investigating paranasal sinus disease. Therefore, familiarisation with the radiological anatomy of this region is vital.
Get this from a library. Endoscopic sinus surgery: anatomy, three-dimensional reconstruction, and surgical technique.
[P J Wormald] -- Accompanying CD-ROM "demonstrates all techniques and offers valuable practice exercises in reconstructing three-dimensional anatomy."--Page 4 of cover. Understanding the anatomy of the paranasal sinuses is probably the most important prerequisite for endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS).
As a matter of fact, most feared complications of ESS are the result of an uncontrolled maneuvering beyond the boundaries of the sinuses, mainly into the orbit or through the base of the skull.
The editors conclude the textbook with reconstruction techniques using various flaps. Throughout the book, sections follow the general structure of surgical indications, anatomy, operative steps, illustrative cases, complications, and pearls from the authors’ experience.
Returning in an up-to-date second edition, this book offers expanded coverage of the most important concepts in endoscopic sinus surgery with new insights into the anatomy of the paranasal sinuses.
This text covers the basic concepts of intranasal surgery of the paranasal sinuses, endoscopic anatomy, preoperative and postoperative diagnosis Cited by: Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is a minimally invasive surgical treatment which uses nasal endoscopes to enlarge the nasal drainage pathways of the paranasal sinuses to improve sinus ventilation.
This procedure is generally used to treat inflammatory and infectious sinus diseases, including chronic rhinosinusitis that doesn't respond to drugs, nasal polyps, some cancers, and. Manual of Endoscopic Sinus and Skull Base Surgery: and maxillofacial surgeons will find it essential when making diagnostic and treatment decisions involving the paranasal sinuses and skull base.
sense of smell, applied anatomy, the endoscopically assisted bimanual operating technique, transorbital surgery Reviews: 1.