Cochlear implantation, a hybrid intervention from medical engineering, comprises one of the most advanced, life-changing surgeries of ENT. The candidacy for cochlear implantation and the road map to this surgery is hugely dependent on radiology. The Textbook of Radiology for Cochlear Implants deals with various aspects of radiology in this field. With hundreds of photographs of radiology of temporal bone, the book ta es the reader through a journey to understand the temporal bone and its pathologies radiologically, with beautifully colored scans for better understanding. Various sections of CT and MRI have been color-marked by the authors to make them more vivid. This book will aid in laying a strong foundation for surgeons interested in pursuing their career in otology, specially cochlear implants.
• Color-coded sections of CT and MRI
• All aspects of preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative radiology covered
• Detailed explanation with pictographic representations of various inner ear anomalies
• Step-by-step methodical reading of CT and MRI of temporal bone important for cochlear implant surgery
Mohnish Grover, MS (ENT), FACS, PGDHHM, is Professor, Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Additional Superintendent, SMS Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, where he is also the Nodal Officer of Cochlear Implant Program. He completed postgraduation from AIIMS, New Delhi, and Senior Residency from PGIMER, Chandigarh. He has been a pioneer in the field of cochlear implants and has helped many centers (in India and abroad) start their own cochlear implant program. With multiple publications to his name, one of his most notable contribution is bringing out a newer, more practical, Sawai Man Singh (SMS) classification for cochlear malformations. He has received various awards in the field of deafness and cochlear implant.