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Hello all! I'm an incoming first year resident (not in the US). Cummings is our textbook but it is kind of dense so I was wondering if you could recommend another book that a first year resident can use? Maybe something practical that focuses on common disorders seen in a general ENT clinic? I already have ENT secrets. Thanks!
 

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Most people use either Pasha (outline format, no pictures) or KJ Lee (text based format with some pics/diagrams). I think both are good, personally I used Pasha.
 

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Would second the recommendation of Pasha. I also used Lange (Current Diagnosis and Treatment Otolaryngology). Both fairly straightforward texts that are nice introductions to the specialty.
 

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Thanks. I'll look into Pasha and Lange. Any recommendations for a surgical atlas/techniques?
 

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Thanks. I'll look into Pasha and Lange. Any recommendations for a surgical atlas/techniques?

Myers Operative Otolaryngology, Cohen Atlas of Head and Neck Surgery are what I use most frequently. Lore and Medina, if you can find it. One of our clinics has a random copy on a shelf and it is ridiculous.
 

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Thanks, I'll look into those.
 
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