The "Handbook of ENT Surgery for Medical Students and Junior Doctors" sets a precedent among similar books by bridging pre-clinical science with clinical practice and incorporating a chapter on facial plastic surgery in an easy to digest manner. This text is suitable for UK, North American and international medical students and junior doctors in primary care, paediatrics, ENT and Emergency Medicine. Each chapter begins with the basic science relevant to practice, followed by key components of the clinical assessment: history, examination and special investigations. Well-chosen images are included throughout. Each chapter ends with 'What to do in an OSCE' as well as multiple choice questions and extended matching questions - ideal for revision and preparation for exams at many UK medical schools. The chapter on facial plastic surgery written by Mark Shikowitz, a North American expert, covers this important area of ENT practice and will be of interest to students and junior doctors rotating through Plastic Surgery. This book is essential for today's clinical medical students and trainee doctors.