In this post, we will see the book Diseases Of The Ear, Nose And Throat by A. Likhachev.
About the book
The present text-book of otorhinolaryngology is intended for secondary medical schools and gives the most essential theoretical and practical information needed by the junior medical personnel engaged in independent practice.
It is calculated to enable the junior medical personnel, employed as assistant physicians in medic”al institutions or working on their own, to diagnose typical diseases of the ear, nose and throat, prescribe and give correct treatment, and if need he, render first aid to the patient.
Before discussing the clinical aspects of diseases of the ear, nose and throat, we deem it necessary to give a concise description of the anatomy and physiology of these organs, which should considerably facilitate the clinical study.
Special attention is devoted to early diagnosis of ear, nose and throat diseases, which is very important for both treatment and prophylaxis.
The book was translated from Russian (translators name is not given) was published in 1955 by Foreign Languages Publishing House.
Original scan from Digital Library of India.
You can get the book here.
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DISEASES OF THE EAR 11
Anatomy of the Ear 11
Physiology of the Ear 22
Examination of the Ear 27
General Methods of Nursing and Treatment of Ear diseases 37
Diseases of the External Ear 42
Inflammations of the Middle Ear
Intracranial Complications of Suppurative Otitis 83
Nonsuppurative Diseases of the Middle and Internal Ear 88
Traumatic Lesions of the Ear 99
Occupational Diseases of the Ear 102
DISEASES OF THE NOSE, PHARYNX AND LARYNX 106
Diseases of the Nose and Paranasal Sinuses 106
Anatomy of the Nose 106
Physiology of the Nose 111
General Methods of Treatment in Nasal Diseases 116
Diseases of the External Nose 120
Acute Inflammations of the Nose 133
Chronic Inflammations of the Nose (Chronic Rhinitis) 138
Vasomotor or Allergic Rhinitis 145
Disturbances of the Sense of Smell 147
Neoplasms in the Nose 148
Acute and Chronic Diseases of Paranasal Sinuses 150
Diseases of the Pharynx 161
Anatomy of the Pharynx 161
Physiology of the Pharynx 163
Methods of Examining the Pharynx 164
Acute Inflammations of the Pharynx 172
Chronic Inflammations of the Pharynx 194
Benign Tumours of the Pharynx 198
Malignant Tumours of the Pharynx 200
Diseases of the Larynx 202
Anatomy of the Larynx 202
Methods of Examining of the Larynx 205
General Methods of Treatment in Laryngeal Diseases 207
General Symptoms of Laryngeal Diseases 210
Acute Laryngitis 211
Chronic Laryngitis 213
Laryngeal Perichondritis 215
Benign Tumours of the Larynx 215
Malignant Tumours of the Larynx 217
Acute and Chronic Stenoses of the Larynx 218
Motor Disorders of the Larynx 221
Tuberculosis of the Upper Respiratory Tract 223
Syphilis of the Upper Respiratory Tract 227
Diseases of the Trachea 234
Anatomy of the Trachea 234
Foreign Bodies in the Larynx, Trachea and Bronchi 245
Traumatic Lesions of the Upper Respiratory Tract 247
Occupational Diseases of the Upper Respiratory Tract 255
Diseases of the Esophagus 260
Anatomy of the Esophagus 260
Methods of Examining the Esophagus 260
Burns and Strictures of the Esophagus 261
Foreign Bodies of the Esophagus 262
Cancer of the Esophagus 263
Supplement: Health Education 265