by David R. Edelstein, MD, Dennis H. Kraus, MD, Norman J. Pastorek, MD, Samuel H. Selesnick, MD, and Robert F. Ward, MD, 480 pp, $169.95, ISBN 978-1-58890-369-3, New York, New York, Thieme, 2009.
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Revision Surgery in Otolaryngologyis a unique resource consisting of contributions from more than 80 leading surgeons. The textbook contains 480 pages with more than 500 illustrations and diagrams. Chapters offer in-depth insight into managing challenges inherent to revision surgery that is not commonly available in general textbooks. The textbook is particularly relevant for those practicing in an academic setting where revision surgery is relatively common. The book is valuable across the spectrum of otolaryngologists in so far that it provides insight into surgical pitfalls that may occur in primary surgery and lead to complications.
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