- Rahul Agrawal DLO DNB , Head , Department of ENT, Agrawal Hospital and Research Institute, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Sonal Modi DORL FCPS , Consultant, Laddha Laser ENT Institute, Akola, Maharashtra, India
The temporal bones are situated at the sides and base of the skull and support the temples. The relationship of the temporal bone structures is very complex and can be difficult for otologic surgeons to master. Beginning with an introduction to surface anatomy and instruments used in temporal bone surgery, this concise guide describes common operations with emphasis on procedures, anatomy and surgical objectives. The book includes more than 180 full colour digital photographs depicting every step of dissection, each with a detailed explanation and clear illustrations. Practical’ points to remember’ assist trainees with learning and a DVD presenting different procedures is also included. Key points * Concise guide to common procedures in temporal bone surgery * More than 180 full colour digital photographs with explanations * Useful ‘point to remember’ sections * Includes DVD of different surgical procedures
The book Temporal Bone: A Surgeon’s Vision to serve as a guide to young otologists while doing temporal bone dissection and to familiarize them with the bone. The book would only serve as a guide and not a replacement of dissection. Temporal bone dissection is the key to the mastery of otologic surgery. Systematic and frequent temporal bone dissection is necessary to visualize the complex relationship of the structures of the temporal bone. In order to derive the greatest possible benefit from dissection, a step-by-step approach to the operations performed on the temporal bone is necessary. In this book, the common operations performed in otologic surgery are beautifully described and illustrated by the editors.