With the advent of flexible and rigid fiber-optic technology and modern imaging techniques, the nasopharynx has finally been demystified. Its examination has become easier and more accurate - in fact the procedure is now so effortless that it can be performed in the office, even on children. Featuring over 130 color photographs, CT scans, and MRI scans, An Atlas of the Nasopharynx provides you with an instructive text on nasopharyngeal endoscopy. While books on nasal endoscopy and endoscopic sinus surgery are numerous, this is the first atlas to cover nasopharyngeal endoscopy. It clearly demonstrates the wide range of appearances of the normal nasopharynx, adenoids, uncommon pathologies as well as abnormalities and diseases that can occur such as adenoiditis, cystic lesions, and tumors. Drawing on the author's 15 years in rhinology practice, An Atlas of the Nasopharynx gives you an easy-to-use resource that describes this essential procedure and points towards future developments in this field.