This comprehensive volume examines the current state of free radical biology and its impact on otology, laryngology, and head and neck function. The chapters collectively highlight the interrelationship of basic and translational studies in each area, define the challenges to translation, and identify the existing basic issues that demand investigation as well as the opportunities for novel intervention to prevent and treat ENT pathology and impairment. In each chapter, or in some cases pairs of chapters, the author(s) have included or married issues of basic research with translational challenges and research, thus defining the pathway by which new basic insights may lead to interventions to prevent or treat impairment. The final chapter of this book reflects a meeting of all the contributors, culminating in a discussion and awhite papera that identifies the challenges to the field and defines the studies and collaborations that may lead to improved understanding of free radical biology in ENT and, subsequently, new interventions to medically treat ENT pathology.DXM can be applied to the round window niche, diffuse across the round window membrane into the perilymph, and travel through the scala tympani from the basal turn to the apical turn of the cochlea (Plontke et al. 2008). In a guinea piganbsp;...
|Title||:||Free Radicals in ENT Pathology|
|Author||:||Josef Miller, Colleen G Le Prell, Leonard Rybak|
|Publisher||:||Humana Press - 2015-04-30|