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Contemporary Transoral Surgery for Primary Head and Neck Cancer

Edited by: Michael L. Hinni, David G. Lott
Details:
264 pages, Color Illustrations (4 Color), Hardcover, 8.5 x 11"
Included Media:
Companion Website
Illustrations:
130
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-555-4
Release Date:
09/01/2014
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$225

Overview

Purchase of Contemporary Transoral Surgery for Primary Head and Neck Cancer comes with complimentary access to supplementary videos hosted on a PluralPlus companion website. See "Resources" tab above for more information.

Written by some of the most experienced surgeons in the United States, Contemporary Transoral Surgery for Primary Head and Neck Cancer is a distinct resource for surgeons and oncologists interested in transoral surgery. This text gives readers current, thoroughly illustrated, and data-driven information on all aspects of transoral surgery. The authors are pioneers in the field, having performed thousands of transoral surgery cases and publishing and lecturing extensively on the subject.

Opening with the history of transoral surgery, the book goes on to address endoscopic anatomy, general techniques, as well as tips for analysis and pathologic considerations, and provides comprehensive coverage of surgeries for the head and neck subsites. Also included are valuable chapters on surgery for chemoradiation failures, reconstruction techniques for surgical defects, and oncologic and functional outcomes using open surgery, chemoradiation, and transoral surgery. To supplement the text and provide additional visualization of the concepts described, readers can access a companion website that contains video footage of transoral surgery techniques for various head and neck primary cancer sites.

Through this highly relevant text, physicians not only learn the technical aspects of transoral surgery for head and neck cancer, but also its importance in the treatment of these patients.

"TIB Glottic Cancer" sample video from companion website:

Reviews

  • Mr. Panos Asimakopoulos MRCS, ST5 ENT and Mr. Kim Ah-See MD FRCS FRCS(ORL-HNS), ENT Consultant, Aberdeen Royal infirmary, Journal of Laryngology and Otology (2015):
    "This is a useful book on the increasingly important transoral approach to tumours of the head and neck. The authors, who are well known US experts in the field, have produced a colourful textbook with current, well-illustrated, information on all aspects of transoral surgery... Excellent artistic illustrations and intraoperative pictures provide a great perspective and appreciation of the inside-out anatomical concept. The importance of instrumentation, including laser microsurgery and robotic surgery, is heavily emphasised throughout...

    The applications of transoral surgery to all sites of the upper aerodigestive tract are presented in an evidence-based manner with an adequate number of references for further reading...

    The print quality is good... and the interior boasts fine glossy paper, with high resolution pictures throughout. Readers can access a companion website, with video footage of transoral surgery techniques for various head and neck primary cancer sites.

    Overall, this is a good textbook on the technical aspects of transoral surgery. It is easy to read with a good explanation of the anatomical and functional aspects of this increasingly popular approach."

  • John David Cramer, M.D.(Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine), Doody's Review Service (2014):
    "The book has excellent illustrations and operative images that should be useful to those relearning inside-out anatomy. Included with the book is access to videos of transoral surgical techniques. The strength of this book is its focus on the technical aspects of transoral surgery.

    Overall, this is an excellent resource on transoral surgical techniques, and it should quickly become the definitive resource on transoral laser microsurgery. 4 Stars!"

  • Prof Patrick J Bradley, MBA, FRCS, Emeritus Honorary Professor of Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery, The University of Nottingham, ENT & audiology news (March/April 2015):
    "Overall this is an excellent primer textbook for the trainee or clinician embarking on a surgical career which includes TOS procedures for the management of patients with head and neck cancer."

Foreword by M. Stuart Strong
Foreword by Geza J. Jako

1. History of Transoral Surgery
Steven M. Zeitels
2. Transoral Endoscopic (Inside-Out) Anatomy
Michael L. Hinni, David G. Lott, and Eric J. Moore
3. Instrumentation and General Techniques
Michael L. Hinni and David G. Lott
4. Margin Analysis and Pathologic Considerations
Michael L. Hinni and Eric J. Moore
5. Transoral Surgery for Oral Cavity Cancer
Parul Sinha and Bruce H. Haughey
6. Transoral Surgery for Tonsil and Palatal Carcinoma
Brittany E. Howard, Bruce H. Haughey, and Michael L. Hinni
7. Transoral Surgery for Base-of-Tongue Carcinoma
Eric J. Moore and Bruce H. Haughey
8. Transoral Surgery for Supraglottic Larynx Cancer
David G. Lott and Michael L. Hinni
9. Transoral Surgery for Glottic and Subglottic Larynx Cancer
David G. Lott, Matthew H. Rigby, and S. Mark Taylor
10. Transoral Surgery for Hypopharyngeal Cancer
Thomas H. Nagel, David G. Lott, and Bruce H. Haughey
11. Complications of Transoral Surgery for Head and Neck Cancer
Michael L. Hinni and Eric J. Moore
12. Transoral Surgery in the Multidisciplinary Setting
Samir H. Patel and Wade Thorstad
13. Transoral Surgery for Chemoradiation Failures
Matthew H. Rigby, Brian Nussenbaum, Michael L. Hinni, and David G. Lott
14. Oncologic Outcomes Comparing Transoral Laser Microsurgery, Open Surgery, and Chemoradiation
Jason T. Rich and Bruce H. Haughey
15. Functional Outcomes of Transoral Surgery
David G. Lott, Lisa Crujido, and Brian Nussenbaum
16. Reconstruction Techniques for Transoral Surgery Defects
Eric J. Moore and David G. Lott

About The Editors

Michael L. Hinni

Michael Hinni, MD, is professor at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Dr. Hinni is a consultant in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and program director of the ENT residency program at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. He received his medical degree from the University of Missouri in Kansas City and completed his residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He then completed a fellowship in Head, Neck and Base of Skull Surgery at the Johannes Gutenberg University Hospital in Mainz, Germany.
Dr. Hinni has been an active member of several societies: American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, American College of Surgeons, American Head and Neck Society, Triological Society, and the American Bronchoesophagological Association. He has been director of more than 20 head and neck surgical educational courses and has invented surgical tools and laryngoscopes. In addition, he serves on the editorial staff of multiple journals.
Dr. Hinni’s clinical and research activities focus mainly on endoscopic transoral surgery for cancer and endocrine surgery. He has authored or coauthored 66 papers in peer-reviewed journals as well as seven book chapters, and has delivered more than 200 national and international lectures and proffered papers.


David G. Lott

David G. Lott, MD, is an assistant professor of otolaryngology at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Dr. Lott is a consultant in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and also serves as the director of the Voice Program and director of the Larynx and Trachea Regeneration Laboratory at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. He also serves as medical director of the Arizona State University/Mayo Clinic Speech Pathology Voice Internship.
Dr. Lott received his medical degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and completed a residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Head and Neck Institute. He received further fellowship training in laryngeal surgery and professional voice at Harvard Medical School-Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Lott’s practice and areas of interest include voice and swallowing restoration, laryngeal cancer, laryngotracheal reconstruction, and laryngeal regenerative techniques—including laryngeal transplantation and larynx bioengineering. He has given more than 40 national and international presentations, and authored or co-authored several publications on those topics.

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