This is a pragmatic view of operative therapy of recent and controversial subjects in the field of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery. It is written by outstanding specialists in the field. Its objective is to provide a biennial update in a fast-moving field.
Each anatomic area is discussed by symptoms or pathologic diagnosis. For some subjects where there is a controversy, opposing viewpoints are presented by two different authors.
This "current therapy" series is designed for publication every two years and has as a major objective the provision of a succinct reference update for specialists in otolaryngology and their residents.