Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Believe me, this book is great for ENT rotation! Covers all things that Attendings will ask you. Also the author, Dr. Bull, is a very funny guy and makes jokes that’ll keep you interested. Great addition to your library!
‘As a primer for students, casualty officers and general practitioners I think that it is of high standard and very useful…..Overall, the quality of the text is excellent and information given is useful, clear and appropriate.’
‘this is a rather appealing book, that really makes sense of ENT.’
St Mary’s Gazette
“Excellent, it is extremely difficult to find areas for improvement.”
St Thomas’ Gazette
Published Reviews of the 9th Edition
“.it will provide enough information in an easily accesible format to survive the two weeks of ENT in Phase II. Can’t be bad!”
Cambridge Medicine, vol.18, no.1, Autumn 2003
“The new edition of their ENT book…is of the usual reliable standard.
…all the relevant information is there and easy to find.
.it is a helpful and user-friendly revision/reference guide for students and general practitioners.”
Barts and the London Chronicle, Autumn 2003 Volume 5, issue 2
“The usage of information or summary boxes and a copious amount of color diagrams and photographs make this pocket-size book an excellent quick reference for the undergraduate medical student and general practitioners.”
E-Streams, vol.6, no.7, july 2003
“.the simplified diagrams of brain-meltingly complex ENT anatomy is probably one of the most useful aspects of the book.The text is full of nice medical student friendly lists of symptoms and there is definitely a paucity of excess prepositions.All this adds up to some seriously efficient learning of diseases of the ear, nose and/or throat.”
The Melbourne University Medical Students Society
“If any UK medical students still have some ENT training in their curriculum, this may well be the book that might inspire themand interest them in our speciality. It is an attractive work and very good value.
.There is a nice problem-orientated approach and a very readable text.”
Journal of Laryngology & Otology, July 2003, vol.117
From the Back Cover
This welcome new edition of Lecture Notes on Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat will be an essential purchase for medical students, junior doctors and other allied health professionals who want a concise introduction to this surgical speciality. Each chapter has been updated and modified to reflect new developments in techniques, instrumentation, and treatment protocol. There is an emphasis on common clinical disorders and areas such as acute and chronic sinusitis, conditions of the hypopharynx, and tracheostomy have been substantially revised.
This book offers a quick and easy resource for medical students wanting to improve their knowledge in this area and to practising junior doctors and General Practitioners encountering ENT problems in their clinical practice.
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