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region, including the base of the skull, orbit, sinonasal tract, maxilla, mandible, pharynx, tongue, floor of mouth, and up- per cervical and temporomandibular joint regions. Through- out the various chapters the authors attempt to correlate the clinical, pathologic, and radiographic aspects of the various disease processes, and to show the complimentary roles of plain radiographs, computed tomography, magnetic reso- nance imaging, ultrasonography, and radionuclide studies. Chapters on panoramic zonography, cephalometrics, and ra- diotherapy of head and neck neoplasms also are included.
Surgical Anatomy of the Nose. Tandy ME Jr, Brown RJ. New York, NY, Raven Press, 1990, 120 pages, illustrated, $95.00
This is the first atlas to focus entirely on the detailed surgical anatomy of the nose as it relates to rhinoplasty. The first section deals with topographic anatomy and landmarks. Sec- tion two covers the skin, subcutaneous tissues, and mimetic muscles influencing the nose. The third section describes the bony skeleton, and the last the cartilaginous skeleton. Ex- cellent anatomic dissections, drawings, and clinical photo- graphs, all in color, illustrate the various regions of interest.
Arthroscopic Atlas of the Temporomandibular Joint. Blau- stein DI, Heffez LB. Philadelphia, PA, Lea & Febiger, 1990, 117 pages, illustrated, $65.00
This book begins with chapters examining the gross and microscopic anatomy, and pathology of the temporoman- dibular joint. This is followed by chapters on arthroscopic instrumentation and technique, and arthroscopic anatomy and pathology. The latter contain colored photographs and accompanying drawing, as well as arthrograms and magnetic resonance images. The book concludes with a chapter on complications and their management.
Textbook and Color Atlas of the Temporomandibular Joint: Diseases, Disorders, Surgery. Norman JE, Bramley P (eds), with 10 contributors. St Louis, MO, Mosby Year Book, 1990, 262 pages, illustrated, $170.00
As indicated by the title, this book is devoted solely to the operative management of diseases and disorders of the tem- poromandibular joint (TMJ). Following chapters on anatomy and surgical access, gross and microscopic pathology, and arthroscopy, there are detailed discussions on the surgical treatment of posttraumatic disorders, dislocation, ankylosis, internal derangements, condylar growth problems, and un- usual diseases and disorders of the TMJ. The book is exten- sively illustrated with colored clinical photographs, radio- graphs, and line drawings showing the various forms of pathology and their correction.
The Burning Mouth Syndrome. van der Waal I. Copenhagen, Denmark, Munksgaard, 1990,94 pages, illustrated, paperback
In this brief monograph the author provides a detailed discussion of this common problem. After a description of the epidemiology and symptomatology of the condition, as well as other conditions that can mimic it, chapters are de- voted to a description of possible systemic, neurologic, and psychogenic causes. The book concludes with a discussion of patient management.
Surgical Pathology of the Salivary Glands. Ellis GL, Auclair PL, Gnepp DR (eds), with 23 contributors. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders, 199 1, 608 pages, 409 illustrations, $70.00
The 32 chapters in this book reflect the most recent in- formation on terminology, classification, histogenesis, and pathogenesis of salivary gland disease. The material, written by distinguished oral and general pathologists with interest, research, and experience in this field, is divided into sections on normal development, nonneoplastic disease, and neopla- sia. Each chapter covers clinical features, gross and histologic characteristics, differential diagnosis, and treatment.
Head and Neck Oncology: Diagnosis, Treatment and Reha- bilitation. Myers EM (ed), with 30 contributors. Boston, MA, Little, Brown, 1991, 558 pages, illustrated
This book addresses the three major problem areas en- countered in the management of cancer of the head and neck. It emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach, including dis- cussions on pain control, nutrition, psychological and emo- tional support, as well as speech, hearing, dental, and cosmetic rehabilitation. Each of the 30 chapters provides comprehen- sive information supplemented with tables, figures, and pho- tographs. Numerous algorithims add to the value of the text.
Radiographic Interpretation in Orofacial Disease. Porter SR, Scully C (eds), with six contributors. New York, NY, Oxford University Press, 199 1, 109 pages, illustrated, paperback, $37.50
This book is designed to be used in conjunction with more comprehensive texts as a means of learning how to interpret various types of radiographs of orofacial diseases. It employs a unique format in which the five sections contain radiographs about which questions are asked, and then the answers to these questions are given. In this way, the authors present the reader with clinical and radiographic information about the common dental and oral disorders, as well as the various orofacial manifestations of systemic diseases.
Anatomical Atlas of the Temporomandibular Joint. Ide Y, Nakazawa K. Chicago, IL, Quintessence, 199 1, 116 pages, illustrated
This beautifully illustrated book provides outstanding drawings of the temporomandibular joint and associated structures. Although called an atlas, it contains liberal text material, including sections on embryology, growth and de- velopment, and the effects of aging, as well as on functional considerations and mandibular movements. There is frequent use of transparent overlays so that the relationship of the hard and soft tissues can be appreciated.
Arthroscopy of the Temporomandibular Joint. Thomas M, Bronstein SL (eds), with 33 contributors. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders, 199 1,4 16 pages, 38 1 illustrations, $135.00
This comprehensive text is divided into five sections deal- ing with the evolution of arthroscopy, temporomandibular joint arthropathy, arthroscopy, arthroscopically visible pa- thology, postoperative management, and illustrative case re- ports. In addition, there are extensive appendices related to examination forms, informed consent, insurance letters, and patient instruction information. The liberal use of color il-