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Paparella's Textbook of Otorhinolaryngology is one of the best. If you can obtain it somehow, please do so. Here are some chapters in English and in Serbian.
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 Paparella's Textbook of Otolaryngology (in .PDF)
      Volume I - Chapter 1: Embryology of the Ear.
      Volume I - Chapter 2: Anatomy of the Ear.
      Volume I - Chapter 3: Embryology and Anatomy of the
Head, Neck, Face, Palate, Nose, and Paranasal Sinuses.
      Volume I - Chapter 4: Neuroanatomy for the Otolaryngology
- Head and Neck Surgeon.
      Volume I - Chapter 5: Physics of Sound.
      Volume I - Chapter 6: Physiology of the Middle Ear and
Eustachian Tube.
      Volume I - Chapter 7: Introduction to Inner Ear (Fluid)
Physiology.
      Volume I - Chapter 8: Electrophysiology of the Peripheral
Auditory System.
      Volume I - Chapter 9: Psychophysical Limits of Auditory
Performance: Implications for the Diagnosis of Hearing Loss.
      Volume I - Chapter 10: Peripheral Vestibular System.
      Volume I - Chapter 11: Neurophysiology of the Central
Auditory and Vestibular Systems. The Central Auditory System.
      Volume I - Chapter 12: Physiology of the Nose and
Paranasal Sinuses.
      Volume I - Chapter 13: Physiology of the Larynx.
      Volume I - Chapter 14: Physiology of the Lung.
      Volume I - Chapter 15: Physiology of the Mouth, Pharynx,
and Esophagus.
      Volume I - Chapter 16: Physiology of the Salivary Glands.
      Volume I - Chapter 17: Physiology of the Thyroid and
Parathyroid Glands.
      Volume I - Chapter 18: Histology and Pathology of the Ear.
      Volume I - Chapter 19: Transmission Electron Microscopy
of the Cochlea.
      Volume I - Chapter 20: Scanning Electron Microscopic
Morphology of the Ear.
      Volume I - Chapter 21: Pathology of the Upper
Aerodigestive Tract Mucosa.
      Volume I - Chapter 22: Basic Principles of Cellular
Metabolism.
      Volume I - Chapter 23: Biochemistry of the Labyrinth.
      Volume I - Chapter 24: Bacteriology.
      Volume I - Chapter 25: Viral Disease in Otolaryngology.
      Volume I - Chapter 26: Mycoses.
      Volume I - Chapter 27: Principles of Pharmacology.
      Volume I - Chapter 28: Antibiotics.
      Volume I - Chapter 29: Principles of Chemotherapy and
Immunotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer.
      Volume I - Chapter 30: Fluid and Electrolyte Balance.
      Volume I - Chapter 31: The Rational Use of Applied Nutrition in the
Surgical Setting.
      Volume I - Chapter 32: Wound Healing.
      Volume I - Chapter 33: Physiology and Treatment of Shock due to
Volume Loss (Trauma), Sepsis, or Myocardial Damage.
      Volume I - Chapter 34: General Principles of Laser Surgery.
      Volume I - Chapter 35: Hematology.
      Volume I - Chapter 36: Immunobiology.
      Volume I - Chapter 37: Endocrinology.
      Volume I - Chapter 38: Genetic Disorders
      Volume I - Chapter 39: Craniofacial Syndromes.
      Volume I - Chapter 40: Otolaryngologic Manifestations of
Systemic Disease
      Volume I - Chapter 41: Evaluation and Management of Patients with
Chronic Head and Neck Pain.
      Volume I - Chapter 42: Headache.
      Volume I - Chapter 43: Temporomandibular Disorders and
Facial Pain Syndromes.
      Volume I - Chapter 44: Sleep Disorders.
      Volume I - Chapter 45: Head and Neck Manifestations of AIDS.
      Volume II - Chapter 1: Otologic Diagnosis
      Volume II - Chapter 2: Physical Examination of the Ear.
      Volume II - Chapter 3: Vestibular Physiology:
Its Clinical Application in Understanding the Dizzy Patient.
      Volume II - Chapter 4: Vestibular Function Tests.
      Volume II - Chapter 5: Hearing Measurement in Children.
      Volume II - Chapter 6: Hearing Measurement in Adults.
      Volume II - Chapter 7: Computer Automation, Audiometric
Technology, and Screening in the Hearing Health Care Practice.
      Volume II - Chapter 8: Electric Response Audiometry.
      Volume II - Chapter 9: Rehabilitative Audiology.
      Volume II - Chapter 10: Hearing Aids.
      Volume II - Chapter 11: Assistive Devices:
New Opportunities for Rehabilitating Hearing Impairment.
      Volume II - Chapter 12: The Otolaryngologist and the
Occupational Safety and Health Act.
      Volume II - Chapter 13: Guidelines for Dissection of
Temporal Bone.
      Volume II - Chapter 14: Facial Nerve Paralysis.
      Volume II - Chapter 15: Otologic Trauma.
      Volume II - Chapter 16: Functional Hearing Loss.
      Volume II - Chapter 17: Tinnitus.
      Volume II - Chapter 18: Outpatient Otologic Surgery.
      Volume II - Chapter 19: Use of Lasers in Otology.
      Volume II - Chapter 20: Congenital Aural Atresia:
Embryology, Pathology, Classification, Genetics, and Surgical Management.
      Volume II - Chapter 21: Trauma and Infections of the External Ear.
      Volume II - Chapter 22: Otalgia.
      Volume II - Chapter 23: Cysts and Tumors of the External Ear.
      Volume II - Chapter 24: Surgery of the External Ear.
      Volume II - Chapter 25: Diseases of the Tympanic Membrane.
      Volume II - Chapter 26: Diseases and Disorders of the
Eustachian Tube - Middle Ear.
      Volume II - Chapter 27: Otitis Media with Effusion.
      Volume II - Chapter 28: Acute Otitis Media and Mastoiditis.
      Volume II - Chapter 29: Chronic Otitis Media and Mastoiditis.
      Volume II - Chapter 30: Microbial Aspects of Otitis Media
      Volume II - Chapter 31: Complications of Suppurative Otitis Media.
      Volume II - Chapter 32: Mastoidectomy and Tympanoplasty.
      Volume II - Chapter 33: Materials Used in Tympanoplasty.
      Volume II - Chapter 34: Temporal Bone Bank and Implants.
      Volume II - Chapter 35: Tumors of the Middle Ear and Mastoid.
      Volume II - Chapter 36: Surgery for Advanced Cancer of the Ear.
      Volume II - Chapter 37: Otosclerosis.
      Volume II - Chapter 38: Management of Otosclerosis.
      Volume II - Chapter 39: Granulomatous Disorders and
Related Conditions of the Ear and Temporal Bone.
      Volume II - Chapter 40: Sensorineural Hearing Loss
in Children - Nongenetic.
      Volume II - Chapter 41: Sensorineural Hearing Loss
in Children - Genetic.
      Volume II - Chapter 42: Labyrinthitis.
      Volume II - Chapter 43: Sudden Deafness.
      Volume II - Chapter 44: Presbycusis.
      Volume II - Chapter 45: Noise-Induced Hearing Damage.
      Volume II - Chapter 46: Ototoxicity.
      Volume II - Chapter 47: Metabolic Hearing Loss.
      Volume II - Chapter 48: Differential Diagnosis of
Dizziness and Vertigo.
      Volume II - Chapter 49: Meniere's Disease and
Other Labyrinthine Diseases.
      Volume II - Chapter 50: Surgical Treatment of Vertigo.
      Volume II - Chapter 51: Cochlear Implants.
      Volume II - Chapter 52: Implantable Hearing Devices:
State of the Art.
      Volume II - Chapter 53: Otologic Manifestations of
Retrocochlear Disease.
      Volume II - Chapter 54: Acoustic Neuroma.
      Volume II - Chapter 55: Surgery of the Cranial Base.
      Volume III - Chapter 1: Physical Examination of the
Head and Neck.
      Volume III - Chapter 2: Nasal Fractures.
      Volume III - Chapter 3: Nose and Paranasal Sinuses.
      Volume III - Chapter 4: Infectious Diseases of the
Paranasal Sinuses.
      Volume III - Chapter 5: Endoscopic Sinus Surgery.
      Volume III - Chapter 6: Larynx - Neurophysiology
      Volume III - Chapter 7: Diagnostic Imaging of the Larynx
      Volume III - Chapter 8: Diagnostic Imaging of the Hypopharynx
      Volume III - Chapter 9: Taste and Smell Dysfunction.
      Volume III - Chapter 10: Tumors of the Nose and
Paranasal Sinuses.
      Volume III - Chapter 11: Sublabial Transseptal
Hypophysectomy.
      Volume III - Chapter 12: Congenital Defects of the
Oral Cavity.
      Volume III - Chapter 13: Maxillofacial Clefts.
      Volume III - Chapter 14: Malignant Neoplasms of the Larynx
      Volume III - Chapter 15: Malignant Neoplasms of the Hypopharynx
      Volume III - Chapter 16: Stridor
      Volume III - Chapter 17: Glottic and Subglottic Stenosis
      Volume III - Chapter 18: Impaired Airway in Adults
      Volume III - Chapter 19: Non-neoplastic Diseases of the
Salivary Glands.
      Volume III - Chapter 20: Salivary Gland Tumors.
Poglavlje 20: Tumori pljuvacnih zlezda.
      Volume III - Chapter 21: Chronic Aspiration
      Volume III - Chapter 22: Phonosurgical Procedures
      Volume III - Chapter 23: Lasers in Otolaryngology
      Volume III - Chapter 24: Radiation Therapy
      Volume III - Chapter 25: Conservation Surgery of the Larynx
      Volume III - Chapter 26: Total Laryngectomy and
Laryngopharyngectomy
      Volume III - Chapter 27: Reconstruction of the Hypopharynx and
Cervical Esophagus
      Volume III - Chapter 28: Acute and Chronic Laryngeal Infections.
      Volume III - Chapter 29: Disorders of Laryngeal function.
      Volume III - Chapter 30: Caring for the Vocal Professional.
      Volume III - Chapter 31: Vocal Cord Paralysis.
      Volume III - Chapter 32: Cysts and Tumors of the Larynx.
Poglavlje 32: Ciste i tumori larinksa.
      Volume III - Chapter 33: Diagnostic Imaging of the Esophagus
      Volume III - Chapter 34: Congenital Disorders of the Trachea
      Volume III - Chapter 35: Trachea - Manifestations of
Systemic Disease
      Volume III - Chapter 36: Trachea - Infections
      Volume III - Chapter 37: Trachea - Trauma
      Volume III - Chapter 38: Tracheal Neoplasms
      Volume III - Chapter 39: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
      Volume III - Chapter 40: Esophageal Diverticula
      Volume III - Chapter 41: Acute Airway Management
      Volume III - Chapter 42: Foreign Bodies in the
Upper Aerodigestive System
      Volume III - Chapter 43: Thyroid - Anatomy
      Volume III - Chapter 44: Thyroid - Physiology
      Volume III - Chapter 45: Disorders of the Thyroid Gland
      Volume III - Chapter 46: Neoplasms of the Thyroid
      Volume III - Chapter 47: Parathyroid Disorders
      Volume III - Chapter 48: Management of Exophthalmos
      Voume IV - Chapter 1: Basic Principles of Plastic Surgery
in the Head and Neck.
      Volume IV - Chapter 2: Skin, Dermal, and Mucosal Grafting.
      Volume IV - Chapter 3: Local Flaps.
      Volume IV - Chapter 4: Distal Flaps.
      Volume IV - Chapter 5: Microvascular Surgery for Head and
Neck Reconstruction.
      Volume IV - Chapter 6: Aesthetic Surgery of the Nose.
      Volume IV - Chapter 7: Otoplasty.
      Volume IV - Chapter 8: Rhytidectomy and Coronal
Forehead Lift.
      Volume IV - Chapter 9: Blepharoplasty.
      Volume IV - Chapter 10: Dermabrasion and Chemical Peel.
      Volume IV - Chapter 11: Aesthetic and Reconstructive
Management of Alopecia.
      Volume IV - Chapter 12: Scar Revision.
      Volume IV - Chapter 13: Extratemporal Facial Reanimation.
      Volume IV - Chapter 14: Maxillofacial Prosthetics.
      Volume IV - Chapter 15: Soft Tissue Expansion
in the Head and Neck.
      Volume IV - Chapter 16: The Management of Soft Tissue
Trauma to the Face and Neck.
      Volume IV - Chapter 17: Orthognathic Surgery.
      Volume IV - Chapter 18: Mandibular Fractures.
      Volume IV - Chapter 19: Maxillary Fractures.
      Volume IV - Chapter 20: Office Surgery - The Office
Surgical Suite.
      Volume IV - Chapter 21: Anesthesia for Otolaryngologic
Procedures.
      Volume IV - Chapter 22: Clinical Neurology for the
Otolaryngologist.
      Volume IV - Chapter 23: Neurosurgery of the Head
and Neck.
      Volume IV - Chapter 24: Ophthalmology Relevant to the
Practice of Otolaryngology.
      Volume IV - Chapter 25: Exophthalmos for the
Otolaryngologist.
      Volume IV - Chapter 26: Photography.
      Volume IV - Chapter 27: Psychological Approaches to the
Patient with Hearing Loss.
      Volume IV - Chapter 28: Professional Liability.
      Volume IV - Chapter 29: Diagnostic Imaging of the Head
and Neck.
      Volume IV - Chapter 30: Imaging of the Temporal Bone.
      Volume IV - Chapter 31: Radiation Therapy of Head and
Neck Cancer.
      Volume IV - Chapter 32: Underwater Medicine:
Otolaryngologic Considerations of the Skin and Scuba Diver.

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