Volume 85 in the series 'Advances in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology' contains a combination of our current understanding of neurolaryngological anatomy, physiology, pathology and management options. The content of 'Advances in Neurolaryngology' is divided into four sections, namely Anatomy and Physiology, Examination and Investigation, Conditions and Therapeutic Options, and Fresh Perspectives and the Future. All the chapters have been written by internationally recognized experts in their field who provide a valuable update on the latest research. Interesting aspects of many of areas in the basic science, diagnostics and treatment options in Neurolaryngology are provided.
New approaches when evaluating (for example, Chapter 2 – Visual Neurolaryngology) or managing and understanding other subsets of patients (see Chapter 16 – The Hidden Anatomy of Opera Singers) make this publication both current and fascinating! This publication is aimed at all healthcare workers who are involved in the management of patients with neurolaryngological conditions namely ENT surgeons, neurologists, radiologists, electrophysiologists, speech and language therapists, respiratory physicians and their respective trainees.
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