Color Atlas of Otology: Diagnosis and Management presents brilliant photographs of different otological disorders. The book has been divided into four sections covering all aspects of ear pathology, radiology, and surgical and postsurgical outcomes. All images are accompanied by a brief discussion about the disease and its management. High-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) of temporal bone has changed the scenario in cases of cholesteatoma and its complications, and a chapter has been added to give a detailed outlook on this. There are step-by-step detailed photographs of surgical procedures with explanations; the surgical steps are given in detail so that postgraduates and consultants can use them as a surgical road map to a particular disease.
- Detailed color photographs of different ear pathologies.
- CT scans of temporal bone for different complicated pathologies of ear diseases.
- Step-by-step detailed images of different surgical procedures.
Anirban Ghosh, MS-ENT, is a chief consultant at Hope Nursing Home, Raniganj, West Bengal, India. At Hope Nursing Home, he conducts regular live surgical workshops and fellowships in otology. Prior to this, he was an Assistant Professor in Department of ENT, MGM Medical College, India. He has done his MBBS from the prestigious Calcutta Medical College, with honours in Otorhinolaryngology. He also completed his MS from the same college with gold medal. He has published more than 50 papers in national and international journals, and participated in several conferences.