This new edition has been fully updated by an international team of editors and contributors and is highly illustrated in color throughout. The majority of the. 5th Edition. Volume I These files are available - the rest are in the process of completion: scottpdf scottpdf scottpdf scottpdf scottpdf. Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery (Hardcover, 8th New edition) / Editor: John Watkinson / Editor: Ray C Clarke ;
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'Negus' for the nose and throat (some of us still do) but Scott-Brown, in two then was, provided 1 Scott-Brown's Otolaryngology Fifth edition General Editor. Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, Eighth Edition by John Watkinson, , available at Book. | Emma Stapleton, John C Watkinson, Ray Clarke | ENT The 8th edition of Scott-Brown had not yet been published when I was asked to review it.
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Figure 1. It will serve as a reference work for experts and should be in the hands of those reading for higher examinations. Scott-Brown is the epitome of printed reference for otolaryngologists. Commissioning, compiling and editing this tome must have been no mean feat.
I do wonder who would not want a full set, for completeness and cross-reference.
The book will be available at a lower price to readers in countries with developing economies. Each chapter opens with a recommendation of keywords for an online search which might offer updates to readers looking for the latest evidence. Despite having been in progress for a decade, the information within the printed book is remarkably current. I read one particular chapter with interest, looking specifically to see whether a recent advance had been mentioned.
How very reassuring to find it included and referenced! My interest in history draws me to make comparisons between this edition and the previous ones; a sentiment shared by Michael Gleeson, Editor in Chief of the 7th edition, in his preface to this 8th edition. Since , there have been immense developments within our specialty.
This is reflected not only in chapters which address technological advances and scientific discoveries, but also the expansion of sub-specialist areas. Endocrine surgery of the head and neck, for example, now accounts for 30 chapters.
Also, the contribution of topics belonging to other specialties, but which have importance to otorhinolaryngological practice. Working in collaboration with cross-specialty colleagues is a real privilege for otorhinolaryngologists. It is absolutely essential that we recognise the experience and expertise of colleagues in other specialties.
There are physicians, scientists and audiologists amongst the contributor list whose comprehensive understanding of their own specialty is a great asset to this book for otorhinolaryngologists. This is world-class, collaborative publishing at its best.
In fact, my only criticism is more a reflection on my own reasons for picking up a textbook. But perhaps I was wrong to be disappointed, as these are solid, evidence-based summaries of clinical topics. On this note, they cannot be faulted. Key points: The accompanying electronic edition, enhanced with operative videos, will enable both easy reference and accessibility on the move.
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