By Greg R. Licameli, David E. Tunkel
Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology: analysis and therapy addresses the scientific and surgery of the commonest and hard scientific stipulations within the quickly becoming box of pediatric otorhinolaryngology. transparent, concise chapters distill an important quantity of knowledge that the pediatric subspecialist will locate priceless to reference in day-by-day perform. citizens also will locate this article necessary as a advisor in the course of pediatric otorhinolaryngology rotations.
- Includes details on evidence-based administration of pediatric sinusitis and otitis media
- Covers modern traits within the overview of sensorineural listening to loss and cochlear implantation
- Provides a present evaluate of airway review and reconstruction
The individuals to this quantity are famous specialists in pediatric otorhinolaryngology and feature provided scientific details, new insights on differential prognosis, and the newest diagnostic equipment and remedy modalities in a structure that's available to citizens, clinicians, and experts who deal with pediatric patients.
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3,4 An increase in use of personal listening devices has been blamed. With supra-aural headphones, recommendations limit noise exposure to 1 hour daily at 60% maximal volume. 52 Noise-induced hearing loss is typically sensorineural and often shows frequency dip at 4 kHz, the resonant frequency of the external canal. Cogan’s syndrome is an autoimmune rheumatic condition causing SNHL in older children and young adults. Following recovery from an influenza-like infection, affected individuals develop interstitial keratitis, vasculitis, and vestibuloauditory symptoms including progressive bilateral SNHL.
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