This section is devoted to reviewing the latest books in the fields of ENT and audiology. Our reviews are intended to provide useful guidance for end users who will find the books helpful in their day-to-day practice.
Authors who would like their books reviewed in this section or publishers interested in having their books reviewed should contact Francesca McCabe by email on francesca@pinpoint-scotland.com
Share This

Neuro-Ophthalmology and Neuro-Otology: A Case-Based Guide for Clinicians and Scientists

As Daniel Gold points out in his preface, the idea for this title was borne from the observation that, despite the considerable overlap between the fields of neuro-ophthalmology and vestibular neurology, there is no single text that marries these two...

Globe Trotting and 62 years of ENT

Vasant Oswal was, for many years, ‘Mister ENT’ in the Northeast of England. Appointed as a consultant to the old North Riding Infirmary in 1970, he led what was a small and little-known department through a period of tumultuous change...

Microsurgical and Endoscopic Approaches to the Skull Base

This is a comprehensive book which covers both microsurgical and endoscopic techniques. The introductory section focuses on setup for microsurgical and endoscopic techniques, with images to support this. A detailed description of instruments is also provided, which would be extremely...

Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islanders and Pacific Islander Ear Care Manual

I was delighted to review this manual, having had the previous privilege of joining its lead author, Professor Harvey Coates, in one of his indigenous ear health clinics just outside Perth, Western Australia. Prof Coates has worked with a broad...

Tinnitus Treatment: Clinical Protocols Second Edition

When asked to review the second edition of the popular Tinnitus Treatment: Clinical Protocols, I had high expectations. The first edition, published in 2005, has been a trusted resource for students and clinicians alike, and this second edition does not...

Head & Neck Endocrine Surgery: A Comprehensive Textbook, Surgical, and Video Atlas

Head & Neck Endocrine Surgery: A Comprehensive Textbook, Surgical, and Video Atlas is a 500-page textbook covering most aspects of thyroid and parathyroid surgery, edited by Prof David Goldenberg, a head and neck surgical oncologist based in Pennsylvania, USA. It...

XI IAPO Manual of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology

The XI IAPO Manual of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology is a very useful resource for all practitioners working in an ENT-related field that wish to be kept informed of the latest research and development in paediatric ENT. This is published by the...

Music and Hearing Aids: A clinical approach

Given Marshall Chasin’s international reputation in the field of music and hearing aids, this book will come with high expectations. As an often-challenging clinical scenario for practising audiologists, and with no other dedicated books on the market, this text has...

Hearing Aid Dispensing Training Manual - Second Edition

This text focuses on preparing US trainee hearing aid dispensers for their state practical exams, and the content is tailored to addressing the key assessment criteria. However, the basic topics covered are useful for hearing aid dispensers and potentially audiology...

Listening and Spoken Language Therapy for Children with Hearing Loss

I’d like to start this review with a disclaimer – I don’t deliver speech and language therapy but am interested in how speech, language and communication are developing in the children we see with hearing loss within audiology. I found...

Hearing Science Fundamentals – Second Edition

The second edition of Hearing Science Fundamentals is a simply and clearly written introductory text, ideal for students beginning their training. It covers topics ranging from anatomy and physiology to auditory perception. This edition includes nine new chapters in addition...

Rock Steady: Healing Vertigo or Tinnitus with Neuroplasticity

Rock Steady guides the reader through a change in attitude towards chronic tinnitus or imbalance. The premise is that changes in the human body are an inevitable part of life, through trauma, ageing and illness. These changes can produce sensations...