Photography and the flexible fibreoptic rhinolaryngoscope.

  • J M Lancer
  • Published 1986 in The Journal of laryngology and otology
Documentation of normal and pathological anatomy is important to all medical practitioners. The ability to visualize and photograph the upper respiratory tract has been revolutionized by the advent of the flexible fibreoptic rhinolaryngoscope (FFRL), which demonstrates a one-instrument capability for the examination and photodocumentation of the ears, nasal… (More)