KJ Lee’s Essential Otolaryngology PDF is a good resource for review, but the bullet points/lists are sometimes disorganized.
For example, the following section’s header or main bullet point is sometimes jumbled into the last list, potentially confusing facts about two distinct disease processes.
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|Publisher||McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 11th edition (October 9, 2015)|
KJ Lee’s Essential Otolaryngology Book Description
Essential Otolaryngology was first published in 1973. Dr. Anthony Maniglia arranged for Drs. Blanco, Cabezas, Cobo, Duque, Reyes, and Santamaria to translate the sixth edition into Spanish.
Drs. Rendón, Araiza, Pastrana, Enriquez, and González translated the seventh edition into Spanish. Prof. Metin Onerci and Dr. Hakan Korkmaz translated the eighth edition into Turkish, and Prof. Chen and her colleagues translated it into Chinese.
Prof. Vecdet Kayhan, Doc. Dr. Ayun Sunay and Dr. Cetin Kaleli also translated a previous edition into Turkish. Without our knowledge, it has also been translated into other languages.
Although the original material remains an essential part of the book, Dr. Chan and Dr. Goddard have assembled a diverse panel of authorities in several subspecialties to present additional information considered the most current in their fields of expertise.
The 11th edition of K.J. Lee’s Essential Otolaryngology, neither a comprehensive review nor a textbook on the subject, remains true to its original intent: to serve as a guide for Board preparation and a practical and concise reference text reflecting contemporary concepts in clinical otolaryngology.
Senior medical students, residents, and bellows; Board-eligible, Board-certified otolaryngologists; primary care physicians; and other specialists will find this edition to be an even more helpful and indispensable resource.
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