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Review of book by prof. Manish Munjal of DMC Ludhiana
Review of book by prof. Manish Munjal
Otology is an intriguing subdiscipline of otolaryngology –head and neck surgery, which during our formative years appears glamorous but later only the hardened few, i.e. those who have mastered the anatomy of the ear on either side of the tympanic membrane survive, to practice otology. The authors have painstakingly produced a comprehensive atlas with lucid and relevant text which addresses normal and diseased state of tympanic membrane, ear canal and middle ear. The masterpiece pivoted on the concept of "the mind recollects and applies", which it has seen, has introduced, "tele-otoscopy", vis a vis with far better illumination and excellent clarity contrary to the traditional outpatient Bull's lamp or otoscopic examination and the time consuming cumbersome examination under microscope. The book shall be boon for the medschool novice and those already inducted in the fold of otolaryngology as even minute details like findings of both ears individually, which are sometimes are confusing are taken care of. It is an update for the specialist treating otological pathologies as it is a "photogallery" of clinical findings accumulated over a period of time. A sequele of the book covering middle ear pathologies in detail would be eagerly awaited. The book is a reflection of the current knowledge of otology and perplexing queries, it is hoped that it stimulates the reader to seek an answer to their queries to provide better patient care.





Prof. Manish Munjal

Dayanand Medical College

Ludhiana






Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan dlo,dnb(ent)

* AUTHOR OF ENDOSCOPIC COLOR ATLAS OF EAR DISEASES
ASS0CIATE PROFESSOR
MIMER MEDICAL COLLEGE, TALEGAON-D, PUNE, INDIA


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Review of MY book by internet journal 'World article in ENT'
Review of book by internet journal 'World article in ENT'
http://www.waent.org/book_reviews/20110321-Endocsopic- Color-Atlas/ endoscopic-color-atlas.htm
Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases by Dr Mubarak M. Khan and Dr Sapna R. Parab
'Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases 'written by Dr Mubarak M. Khan and Dr Sapna R.
Parab(published by Jaypee Brothers) represents a state-of-the-art update in the field of otology. A 163 paged volume presents both basic and complex otological diseases in an easy-tofollow, sequential format. It includes outstanding color illustrations of ear diseases. Developed by an author with more than fifteen years of experience, the book features high quality 271 clinical pictures of normal and abnormal findings of ear obtained using endoscopic otological techniques .Authors have included almost all ear problems with nicely labeled photographs and descriptions . It is an excellent guide for ENT surgeons and Residents and a gem to every medical library.

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REVIEW OF MY BOOK IN “ANNALS OF OTOLOGY, RHINOLOGY & LARYNGOLOGY”
REVIEW IN “ANNALS OF OTOLOGY, RHINOLOGY & LARYNGOLOGY”
http://www.annals.com/toc/auto_article_process.php?year=2011&page=422&id=15724&sn=0
Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases is a first edition comprehensive review of common
ear diseases. The pictorial narrative of more than 250 photographs includes variations of
normal otoscopic anatomy. Khan and Parab use minimum prose and preface each section
with a brief overview of pathogenesis and tympanic membrane morphology accompanied by
references for the interested reader to pursue in other sources. It is clear that the atlas is
intended to supplement rather than replace more comprehensive otoscopic atlases.
This text is a valuable resource for residents seeking a basic tour of endoscopic pathology in
otologic disease processes. Deeper discussion of pathogenesis in select areas would have
bolstered the utility of this photo atlas. Sufficient explanation of pathology is provided in
each introductory section, and normal-anatomy section is equally important to orient the
reader.
David Conrad , MD
John Bent, MD
Bronx, New York

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Book : Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases
BOOK DETAILS

Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases
by: Khan
Printable Version

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ISBN: 978-93-5025-166-9
PRICE: Rs. 1495/-
EDITION: 1/e / 2011
PAGES: 190
SIZE: 8.5"×11"
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COVERTYPE: Hard Back
Publisher : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.
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Contents
1. Normal Tympanic Membrane ...........................................................................................................................1
2. External Auditory Canal ..................................................................................................................................7
Wax .................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Otitis Externa ................................................................................................................................................... 9
Allergic otitis externa ................................................................................................................................ 9
Fungal otitis externa/otomycosis .............................................................................................................. 10
Furuncle/localized otitis externa .............................................................................................................. 13
Herpes zoster oticus ................................................................................................................................ 13
Malignant otitis externa with acute otitis media ...................................................................................... 16
Diffuse otitis externa with adhesive otitis media ...................................................................................... 17
Otitis externa with perforation ................................................................................................................. 17
Otitis externa with stenosis ...................................................................................................................... 18
Foreign Bodies ............................................................................................................................................... 19
Eardrop cap ............................................................................................................................................. 19
Pea-nut – before and after removal .......................................................................................................... 20
Live insect ............................................................................................................................................... 21
Metallic foreign body ............................................................................................................................... 22
Organic foreign body............................................................................................................................... 23
Perforation with sand particle .................................................................................................................. 24
Plastic tube – before and after removal .................................................................................................... 25
Pencil eraser ............................................................................................................................................ 26
Tobacco ................................................................................................................................................... 26
Miscellaneous foreign bodies ................................................................................................................... 27
External Auditory Canal Polyp ........................................................................................................................ 33
Keratosis Obturans ......................................................................................................................................... 34
External Auditory Canal after Keratosis Removal ............................................................................................ 35
3. Acute Otitis Media .........................................................................................................................................37
Stage of congestion ................................................................................................................................. 37
Stage of pre suppuration .......................................................................................................................... 39
Stage of perforation ................................................................................................................................. 40
Stage of resolution................................................................................................................................... 43
Acute Otitis Media with Otitis Externa ............................................................................................................ 44
Acute Otitis Media Post Tympanoplasty .......................................................................................................... 46
4. Safe Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media ..........................................................................................................48
Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media-active ......................................................................................................... 48
Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media - Inactive ................................................................................................... 52
Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media - Post Treatment ........................................................................................ 54
Endoscopic Color Atlas of Ear Diseases
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5. Perforations ....................................................................................................................................................56
Anteroinferior Perforation ............................................................................................................................... 56
Anterosuperior Perforation .............................................................................................................................. 57
Posteroinferior Perforation .............................................................................................................................. 58
Posterosuperior Perforation ............................................................................................................................. 60
Medium Perforation........................................................................................................................................ 61
Large Central Perforation................................................................................................................................ 62
Subtotal Perforation ........................................................................................................................................ 64
Marginal Perforation ....................................................................................................................................... 68
Total Perforation ............................................................................................................................................. 69
Multiple Perforation ....................................................................................................................................... 70
Central Perforation with Tympanosclerosis ..................................................................................................... 71
Central Perforation with Otitis Externa ........................................................................................................... 73
Perforation with Discharge .............................................................................................................................. 74
Pseudoperforation........................................................................................................................................... 75
6. Traumatic Perforations ..................................................................................................................................76
7. Tympanosclerosis ...........................................................................................................................................84
Tympanosclerosis ............................................................................................................................................ 84
Tympanoscleroris with Acute Otitis Media ...................................................................................................... 89
8. Unsafe Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media ......................................................................................................90
Anterior Cholesteatoma .................................................................................................................................. 90
Attic Cholesteatoma........................................................................................................................................ 91
Attic Polyp ...................................................................................................................................................... 93
Atticoantral Cholesteatoma ............................................................................................................................. 96
Cholesteatoma in Post Tympanoplasy .............................................................................................................. 99
Cholesteatoma with Polyp ............................................................................................................................. 100
Early Attic Retraction without Cholesteatoma ............................................................................................... 101
Masked Cholesteatoma with Mastoiditis ....................................................................................................... 102
Natural Modified Radical Mastoidectomy...................................................................................................... 103
Posterosuperior Cholesteatoma ..................................................................................................................... 104
Posterosuperior with Attic Cholesteatoma..................................................................................................... 107
Extensive Cholesteatoma ............................................................................................................................... 108
Safe Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media Turning Unsafe ................................................................................. 110
Scutum Erosion ............................................................................................................................................ 111
External Auditory Canal Cholesteatoma........................................................................................................ 112
Congenital Cholesteatoma ............................................................................................................................. 114
9. Otitis Media with Effusion...........................................................................................................................115
10. Ventilation Tube (Grommet) .........................................................................................................................118
11. Granular Myringitis .....................................................................................................................................119
12. Hemotympanum...........................................................................................................................................120
Contents
xix
13. Pre and Post Operative Cases .......................................................................................................................122
Recurrent and Residual Perforations .............................................................................................................. 138
Postoperative Follow-up at 2 Years ................................................................................................................ 139
14. Tuberculous Otitis Media .............................................................................................................................143
15. Tympanic Membrane in Allergic Rhinitis .....................................................................................................145
16. Adhesive Otitis Media ..................................................................................................................................146
Grade 1 ......................................................................................................................................................... 146
Grade 2 ......................................................................................................................................................... 148
Grade 3 ......................................................................................................................................................... 150
Grade 4 ......................................................................................................................................................... 151
17. Barotraumatic Otitis Media ..........................................................................................................................152
18. Tumors .........................................................................................................................................................153
Hemangioma................................................................................................................................................. 153
External Auditory Canal Osteoma ................................................................................................................. 155
Papilloma...................................................................................................................................................... 157
Squamous Cell Carcinoma............................................................................................................................ 158
Glomus tumor .............................................................................................................................................. 159
19. Exploration of the Middle Ear ......................................................................................................................160
Bibliography ......................................................................................................................................................... 165
Index .................................................................................................................................................................... 167

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My Book : endoscopic color atlas of ear diseases
Dr. Mubarak Muhamed Khan and Dr. Sapna Ramkrishna Parab of Talegaon Dabhade- Pune, have authored a medical book entitled, “Endoscopic Color Atlas Of Ear Diseases”. The atlas was recently released by Jaypee Medical Publishers on 25th September 2010. This atlas consists of high quality color clinical 271 photographs obtained using exclusive endoscopic techniques. Dr. Khan is an Associate Professor and Dr. Parab is Assistant Professor in the Department of Ear, Nose and Throat of MIMER Medical College, Talegaon- D, Pune and take keen interest in teaching methodology.
This atlas, based on the clinical experience of the both the authors, gives a clear and lucid description of all the conditions of the ear represented in the photographs. By pictorial depiction of various ear conditions, the basic conceptual knowledge gets further augmented and supplemented. Appealing to the novice as well as the experienced professional, this atlas is a key resource to the undergraduate and the postgraduate students, the ENT fraternity, pediatricians and general practitioners. This atlas will definitely supplement the standard ENT textbooks for a further in depth pictorial depiction of the ear disorders and thus facilitate proper diagnosis for dispensing appropriate treatment for otological disorders. This atlas provides the sure foundation for the thorough and sound knowledge of ear disorders facilitating the proper diagnosis and thus correct treatment.
The atlas is foreworded by Prof. A.G. Pusalkar, an eminent and world renowned otologist; Dr. Suresh Ghaisas, Medical Director, MIMER Medical College; and Dr. Brig. GS Gopal, ex-Prof. and Head of ENT Department of MIMER Medical College.
This atlas is unique as it is the first of its kind in India. I would like to send this book for review.
Dr Mubarak khan

Mobile : +91 98226 462007
Information of the atlas is available online on the website:
http://www.jaypeebrothers.com/pgDetails.aspx?cat=s&book_id=978-93-5025-166-9

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