Eustachian Tube: Structure, Function and Role in Middle-ear Disease

Charles D. Bluestone, MD

Distinguished Professor Emeritus Otolaryngology
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Former Director and Eberly Professor
Department of Pediatric Otolaryngology
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh @ UPMC
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

As one of today’s leading researchers of middle ear disorders, Dr. Bluestone offers a unique perspective on the diagnosis and management of common middle ear problems. Eustachian Tube: Structure, Function and Role in Middle-ear Disease is the first book to comprehensively cover these disorders in both adults and children.

Eustachian Tube begins with an overview of middle ear anatomy, and the epidemiology of middle ear disorders. Then it discusses current tests of eustachian tube function, as well as the physiology and pathophysiology of the eustachian tube.

Dr. Bluestone also draws on his extensive clinical experience to describe the latest surgical and nonsurgical methods of middle ear treatment. Throughout, photographs and drawings illustrate anatomy and pathophysiology.

 

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Epidemiology
Chapter 3: Anatomy
Chapter 4: Physiology
Chapter 5: Pathophysiology
Chapter 6: Pathogenesis
Chapter 7: Pathology
Chapter 8: Diagnosis and Tests of Function
Chapter 9: Role in Management of Middle-Ear Disease
Chapter 10: Role in Certain Complications and Sequelae of Middle-Ear Disease
Chapter 11: Future Directions
Index

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Book Details

250 pages

Format

Hardback
8.5 in. x 11 in.

Publication Date August 2017
Audience

Otologists, otolaryngologists, pediatricians, family physicians

ISBN 9781607951964