Written primarily for medical students on otolaryngology rotation, and for residents and primary care physicians who are not specialists in this area, The Clinical Handbook of Ear, Nose, and Throat Disorders serves as a ready-reference clinical handbook of current diagnostic and therapeutic management of ear, nose, and throat disorders. The book takes a symptom-oriented approach that provides practical algorithms for diagnosis and management that make it an ideal quick reference. The appendixes describe pharmaceuticals commonly used in otolaryngologic practices and instruments that are necessary for a complete otolaryngologic examination. Authors William R. Wilson and Joseph B. Nadol, Jr., are chiefs of their divisions of otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery and otolaryngology, respectively, at major American medical centers. The authors include the basic information non-otolaryngologists need to diagnose and treat ear, nose, and throat disorders, and provide lists of recommended readings and a comprehensive index. The Clinical Handbook of Ear, Nose, and Throat Disorders serves, as its title implies, as a handbook and quick reference of current diagnostic and therapeutic management of ear, nose, and throat disorders.