Imaging Handbook on Anatomy of Cochlea

Neeraj Suri

Media Type:

  • Edition: 1 2023
  • Details: 198 pages, 218 ill., PDF
  • ISBN: 9789395390859
  • Media Type:
  • Copy protection:
  • Language of text: English
  • Release date: 07.08.2024

US$ 89.99*

Media Type: E-Book (PDF)

Product information Imaging Handbook on Anatomy of Cochlea

The book Imaging Handbook on Anatomy of Cochlea is specially written from surgeon's perspective on radiology, which will help and guide the implant surgeon in reading images preoperatively. This book covers normal anatomy and anatomical variations in detail. It provides an insight into the minute detailed imaging of the cochlea and its related structures (facial nerve, cochlear aperture, IP-II, IP-III, common cavity, and internal auditory canal). It emphasizes on how a normal anatomy is different from anomalies and to what extent cochlear anomalies will impact surgeries and their outcomes.

When ENT surgeons think of starting their own cochlear implant (CI) surgery journey, they rely on reports from radiologists. A lot can be missed, leading to complications intraoperatively. Hence, understanding not only the imaging of normal cochlea but also knowing the cochlear aperture, facial nerve, facial recess, and internal auditory canal, and placement of the facial nerve and cochlear nerve prior to the surgery is of utmost importance to the cochlear implant surgeon.

Key features

  • This handbook will teach you about radiological imaging of cochlea, from fundamental structures to uncommon anatomical variances.
  • Facial nerve in cochlea, cochlear aperture, IP-III, and cochlear hypoplasia are beautifully shown in this book.
  • Easy to understand with labelled diagrams and chapters written keeping in mind the practical approach in cochlear implant surgeries.

 

This print book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.

Frequently asked questions

How do I redeem my eBook?

  1. Once you have successfully completed your eBook purchase on Thieme.com please look in your Order Confirmation e-mail for your unique redemption code. If you have not received your code, please contact Customer Service at customerservice@thieme.com for assistance.
  2. Please go to https://www.vitalsource.com and make an account if you do not already have one.
  3. Once you are logged in, click the Account menu at the top right of the screen. Select Redeem and enter the redemption code in the Code To Redeem box.
  4. Press Redeem. Once the code has been redeemed your eBook will download and appear in your library.
(Please note that this is a one time use code)

Can I download e-books directly to mobile phones/tablets (without going through PC/laptop)?

  1. Click this link to access app downloads for iPhone, Android, Kindle, Mac, PC, and Chromebook: https://www.vitalsource.com/downloads
  2. Once you have downloaded the Bookshelf app, open the app and log in to your Bookshelf account to access your eBook. Click on “All Titles” in the collection pane to view all the eBooks in your account. Double-click on the title to download the book to your device. Once downloaded, double-click again to open the book.

Can I transfer e-books to other computers?
With an account from Vitalsource, you are able to access your book anywhere once you have logged in to your account at least once.

What is an e-book?

An e-book is an electronic edition of a printed book that is available as a file. The content does not differ from the printed edition of the book. Thieme offers electronic books in PDF and EPUB formats. For both formats, you need software to display the documents on your reading device. This software is not part of the e-book download.

What is the PDF format?
Adobe PDF format (Portable Document Format) is a standard format in MAC/PC area. Free programs for reading a PDF are available for all common operating systems (e.g. Windows, Mac OS, Linux) and for almost all e-book readers such as e-book readers, tablets or smartphones.

What is the EPUB format?
EPUB (electronic publication) is a standard format for e-books that enables dynamic adaptation of the text to the size of the display device. It is particularly well suited for displaying e-books on tablet PCs, smartphones, and e-book readers.
EPUBs can also be easily displayed on MACs/PCs via the free ADE (Adobe Digital Editions) software, for example.

Is an Internet connection required to read an e-book?
An Internet connection is required only to download the e-book to the reader. Once the download is complete, you can view and read the e-book without an Internet connection.

Are e-books copy-protected?
E-books from Thieme Publishing Group are provided with DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection from Vitalsource

On how many devices can I read the e-book?
You can read an e-book on up to six different (mobile) devices. These devices must be authorized with the same Adobe ID.

Can I exchange/return an e-book?
E-books are products that are not suitable for return due to their nature. Just like downloads of other electronic files (movies, music or software), e-books are excluded from the right of withdrawal. A return or exchange is therefore not possible.

Other questions?

If you have any questions about downloading Bookshelf, creating your account, or accessing and using your eBook edition, please visit http://support.vitalsource.com/