The book The Frontal Sinus: Surgical Approaches and Controversies, published by Thieme Medical Publishers, is a complete guide to frontal sinus surgery, covering surgical anatomy and radiology, pathology, open and endoscopic surgical techniques and advancements, and diagnostic and therapeutic controversies. It is addressed to ENT specialists, maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons and neurosurgeons, whether they are starting their surgical practice or are well-established surgeons.
The authors are Christos Georgalas, Otolaryngologist and Director of the HYGEIA Head, Neck & Skull Base Clinic and Regular Professor of Head and Neck Surgery at the School of Medicine, University of Nicosia, and Professor Anshul Sama, Consultant Otolaryngologist – Skull Base Surgeon, Nottingham University Hospital, UK.
The book includes more than 600 full-color images and diagrams, and 50 videos, illustrating detailed step-by-step surgical techniques, clinical case presentations, and controversial topics analyzed from an evidence-based medicine (EBM) perspective.
The book The Frontal Sinus: Surgical Approaches and Controversies is written in English and is available in e-book format (Thieme, ISBN: 9783132400528).
Christos Georgalas, Director of Endoscopic Paranasal & Skull Base Surgery at HYGEIA and Regular Professor of Head and Neck Surgery at the School of Medicine, University of Nicosia, is included in the University of Stanford international list, among the scientists with the most citations according to the Scopus citation index in the field of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgery in Greece and Cyprus.
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