Digital Photography in Otolaryngology

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Good quality photographs are a valuable tool in all aspects of Otolaryngology. They allow documentation that is far superior to words alone and has been termed photodocumentation. They may be used to record operative findings, follow-up treatment, enhance communication and for education of the patient. Photography is also invaluable for peer-reviewed publications and textbooks, for teaching purposes and presentations, and for medico-legal case work.

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