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From The CriticsReviewer: Samuel Lin, MD(Northwestern Memorial Hospital)
Description: This book reviews pertinent areas of computer-assisted procedures in various fields of head and neck surgery.
Purpose: Given the breadth of topics in this ever-changing era of computer technology, the book succinctly reviews the necessary facts for understanding the latest image technology. These are worthy objectives.
Audience: The book is written for residents and staff in the field of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
Features: The book covers in detail the many uses of image-guided surgery from virtual head and neck endoscopy to revision sinus surgery. I especially enjoyed learning perspectives of digital photography. The digital camera chapter is very relevant at this time, as many individuals are in the process of investing in digital imaging.
Assessment: The book will be very useful in understanding current trends of medical technology that focus on improvements in imaging.