Essential Cases in Head and Neck Oncology

Standards Information Network (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 5. Januar 2022
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  • 240 Seiten
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978-1-119-77595-9 (ISBN)
A case-focused Otolaryngology primer for trainees and practicing clinicians alike

As disorders of the head and neck continue to become more prevalent, otolaryngologic head and neck surgeons are in greater demand than ever before. Many schools of medicine are integrating Problem-Based Learning (PBL) to help students develop the skills necessary for surgical management of head and neck conditions, yet the selection of guidebooks available to trainee otolaryngologic surgeons is limited.

Essential Cases in Head and Neck Oncology uses real-life clinical cases to present clear and up-to-date explanations of treatment strategies for a wide range of cutaneous, salivary gland, and upper aerodigestive tract conditions, including benign and malignant tumors. Written and edited by renowned leaders in the field, and endorsed by the American Head & Neck Society, this essential resource contains full-color photographs, illustrations, and diagrams to better support readers in acquiring, synthesizing, and applying essential skills and knowledge in a clinical context. Its chapters provide detailed coverage of the oral cavity, skull base, trachea, thyroid, larynx, paragangliomas, salivary glands, and more.

This textbook also includes:

Covers the full spectrum of head and neck surgeries, including reconstructive procedures
Discusses ethics related to cancer treatments, medical research, and other care issues
Promotes multidisciplinary critical thinking, clinical problem-solving, communication, and collaboration
Helps medical students and trainees evaluate their learning and contextualize their knowledge
Features high-quality images and succinct explanatory text throughout

Essential Cases in Head and Neck Oncology is an indispensable study aid for trainee clinicians, residents, and fellows studying for board certification and other exams, and an excellent reference guide for oncologists, otolaryngologists, surgeons, and other practitioners working in medical oncology, radiation oncology, and oromaxillofacial surgery.

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  • Englisch
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  • USA
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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  • 20,23 MB
978-1-119-77595-9 (9781119775959)

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Michael G. Moore, MD, FACS, Arilla Spence DeVault Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Vice Chair of Academic Affairs, Indiana University School of Medicine, and Medical Director of the Indiana University Health Joe and Shelly Schwarz Cancer Center, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Arnaud F. Bewley, MD, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Chief of Head and Neck Surgery, University of California, Davis, Sacramento, CA, USA.

Babak Givi, MD, FACS, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Section Chief, Otolaryngology, Manhattan VA Medical Center, Patient Safety-Quality Improvement Officer, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, USA.

Contributors list

Section 1 - Oral Cavity (Section Editor - Chase Heaton)

1. Early oral tongue - Babak Givi

2. Maxillary alveolus cancer - Michael Moore

3. Retromolar trigone - Alok Pathak

4. Mandible alveolar ridge or advanced tongue/floor of mouth - Babak Givi

5. Lower Lip Cancer - Arnaud Bewley

6. Hard palate mass - Ian Ganley

Section 2 - Oropharynx (Section Editor - Liana Puscas)

7. HPV + Surgical management - Raymond Chai

8. HPV + non-surgical management - Jason I. Kass and Glenn J. Hanna

9. HPV + unknown primary - Aru Panwar

10. Recurrent oropharyngeal cancer - Daniel Sharbel and Ken Byrd

11. HPV-negative oropharyngeal cancer - Daniel Pinheiro

Section 3 - Nasopharynx (Section Editor - Chad Zender)

12. Recurrent nasopharyngeal cancer 1 - Levi Ledgerwood

13. Lymphoma - Jesse Ryan

14. Nasopharyngeal cancer, EBV+ - Bharat Yarlagadda

15. Recurrent nasopharyngeal cancer 2 - Brian Cervenka

Section 4 - Larynx (Section Editor - Bharat Yarlagadda)

16. Advanced laryngeal cancer, non-surgical - Bharat Yarlagadda

17. Advanced laryngeal cancer, surgical - Bharat Yarlagadda

18. Recurrent laryngeal cancer - Chase Heaton

19. Glottic cancer 1 - Laureano Giraldez

20. Subglottic cancer - Rizwan Aslam

21. Laryngeal chondrosarcoma - Bharat Yarlagadda

Section 5 - Hypopharynx (Section Editor - Tanya Fancy)

22. Posterior pharyngeal wall with transoral resection and neck management - Rizwan Aslam

23. Pyriform sinus with non-surgical management - Chad Zender

24. Pyriform sinus surgical management - Chase Heaton and Bharat Yarlagadda

Section 6 -Thyroid (Section Editor - Rusha Patel)

25. Follicular thyroid lesion - Chad Zender

26. Well differentiated thyroid cancer 1- Bharat Yarlagadda

27. Well differentiated thyroid cancer 2 - Luiz Kowalski

28. Medullary thyroid cancer with nodal disease - Arnaud Bewley and Michael Moore

29. Anaplastic thyroid cancer- Antoine Eskander

Section 7 -Parathyroid (Section Editor - Liana Puscas)

30. Primary hyperparathyroidism - Raymond Chai

31. Non-localizing hyperparathyroidism -Tanya Fancy

32. Tertiary hyperparathyroidism with renal failure - Liana Puscas

Section 8 - Paraganglioma (Section Editor - Kenneth Byrd)

33. Vagal paraganglioma management with observation - Thomas Ow

34. Vagal paraganglioma managed with surgery - Camilo Reyes and Kenneth Byrd

35. Familial disease with Bilateral carotid body paragangliomas - Michael Moore

36. Jugular foramen paraganglioma - Michael Moore and Charles Yates

Section 9 - Neck (Section Editor - Jason Kass)

37. Early oral cavity cancer with discussion of neck management - Chase Heaton

38. Skin cancer with neck metastases - Tanya Fancy

39. Lateral neck mass/schwannoma - Michael Moore

40. Unknown primary cancer - Chase Heaton

41. Supraclavicular fossa node - Avinash Mantravadi

Section 10 - Trachea (Section Editor - Stephen Kang)

42. Tracheal tumor management with surgery - David Neskey

43. Post intubation tracheal stenosis with a small TE fistula - Basit Jawad and Rizwan Aslam

44. Subglottic stenosis - Yash Patil

Section 11 - Skull base (Section Editor - Paul O'Neill)

45. Esthesioneuroblastoma - Kenneth Byrd

46. Sinonasal undifferentiated Carcinoma - Zoukaa Sargi

47. Perineural extension to the skull base - Carl Snyderman

Section 12 - Cutaneous (Section Editor - Charley Coffey)

48. Recurrent basal cell carcinoma - Arnaud Bewley

49. Temple SCC in a patient with CLL - Vasu Divi

50. Sebaceous carcinoma of the eyelid - David Neskey

51. Merkel Cell Carcinoma - Bharat Yarlagadda

52. Malignant melanoma - Rizwan Aslam

53. Malignant melanoma - Lucy Shi and Stephen Kang

Section 13 - Salivary (Section Editor - Antoine Eskander)

54. Parotid mass - Michael Moore

55. Submandibular gland mass - Chris Rassekh

56. Locally advanced parotid cancer - Michael Moore

57. Parapharyngeal space mass - Michael Moore

58. Parotid lymphoma - Jessica Yesensky

59. Metastasis of parotid lymph node - Michael Moore

Section 14 - Reconstructive (Section Editor - Rizwan Aslam)

60. Mandible with skin and mucosal defects - Avinash Mantravadi

61. Upper lip and premaxilla resection - Rizwan Aslam and Yash Patil

62. Near total glossectomy defect - Chase Heaton

63. Salvage laryngectomy - Rusha Patel

64. Large skin cancer resection - Jesse Ryan

Section 15 - Ethics (Section Editor - Andrew Shuman)

65. Recurrent oral cancer - Catherine Haring and Andrew Shuman

66. Ethics regarding medical research - Catherine Haring and Andrew Shuman

67. Patient refusing standard of care treatment - Lulia Kana, Kevin Kovatch and Andrew Shuman

68. Patient and family wishing to pursue futile care - Lulia Kana, Kevin Kovatch and Andrew Shuman


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