The Foundation offers a number of eBooks in a versatile eReader format as education resources for otolaryngologists, residents, medical students, and other healthcare professionals. Through a partnership with Thieme Publishers, a variety of text books are also available at a special rate to members.
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The newly revised AAO-HNSF ebook on Primary Care Otolaryngology, 4th Edition is a free resource designed to expose all practitioners to the fundamentals of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery. Each chapter reviews the basics of common ear, nose, and throat problems—including a new chapter on sleep medicine. Since this handbook is designed to expose all practitioners to the fundamentals of otolaryngology–head and neck surgery, it can facilitate the recognition of potentially serious problems that should be referred to an otolaryngologist, as well as provide guidance on how to manage uncomplicated problems that can be taken care of by a patient’s primary care provider. We believe that medical students and allied health professionals will find this book both practical and informative in helping you develop the skills necessary to be excellent clinicians.
AAO-HNSF and the American Head & Neck Society present the "Quick Reference Guide to TNM Staging of Head and Neck Cancer and Neck Dissection Classification, 5th Edition". This eBook incorporates changes from the AJCC Cancer Staging Manual – 8th edition, as well as updated discussions of site-specific cancers.
In response to the recent advances in the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, this manual contains substantial revisions and additions to the content carried forward from the first edition. The chapters have been restructured to cover topics by specialty area, while also including the business of medicine and clinical fundamentals. Our goal has been to provide an efficient and easy-to-read, comprehensive reference manual to meet the needs of the practicing surgeon, and simultaneously serve the needs of the maturing resident.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is pleased to introduce Geriatric Otolaryngology. In keeping with its vision to empower otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons to deliver the best patient care, this Foundation publication provides expert guidance and the most up-to-date information regarding the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders in the elderly.
Resident physicians in the otolaryngology-head and neck specialty are often the first responders to an emergency department for the evaluation of trauma patients with face, head, and neck injuries. Thus the Foundation has developed this manual for resident physicians on the urgent and emergent care of traumatic injuries to the face, head, and neck.
A physician's personal experience with throat cancer captures 3 years of Itzhak Brook, MD, following a diagnosis of throat cancer as he dealt with medical and surgical treatments and adjusts to life afterward.