EAR-NOSE-THROAT


Otolaryngology is the amalgamation of two different branches of medicine, otology and laryngology which rose to prominence as a single specialty in the 20th century. The birth of this specialty was associated with the unification of skilful surgical procedures, modification of primitive treatment procedures and introduction of advanced technology in the field in addition to use of antibiotics for relieving conditions. Known for addressing health issues related to the ear, nose and throat (ENT), this specialty also deals in oto-neurosurgery, reconstructive and plastic surgery, skull-base surgery, surgeries of the neck and ear etc. Moreover, the rapid development in the field has helped in fighting sinus infections and reduced instances of tonsillectomy to a great extent. The popularity of this relatively new specialty has especially skyrocketed due to the large number of patients that it cures annually, all over the world. Visiting an otolaryngologist ensures proper diagnosis, management as well as cure of diseases and conditions such as hearing loss, tinnitus, allergies, polyps, infections of the ear, issues related to smell, different types of tumors (both benign and cancerous), disorders associated with voice and swallowing, irregularities of the face etc. It also works effectively in case of various surgeries and in treatment of cancers relating to the head and the neck region.

EAR-NOSE-THROAT (ENT) SPECIALIST

A physician who specializes in the management and treatment of ailments that plague the ears, nose and throat of the patient.

WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT EAR-NOSE-THROAT (ENT) SPECIALIST?

ENT specialists are experts in treating all kinds of ears, nose and throat disorders.

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF EAR-NOSE-THROAT (ENT) SPECIALIST?

ENT specialists cure diseases of the ears, nose and throat through either surgical or non-surgical methods, which include the prescription of external and internal medication.

COMMON PROBLEMS YOU SHOULD SEE EAR-NOSE-THROAT (ENT) SPECIALIST FOR

Disorders that affect a patient's balance or cause dizziness are some of the disorders that an ENT can help with.

DID YOU KNOW?

Almost 50% of all visits to physicians are made for ears, nose and throat (ENT) problems.

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