ENT Diseases

Ear, nose & throat diseases are commonly referred to ENT physicians. The proper term is “Otolaryngologist”, but most people find difficulty in pronouncing it (as myself) so we use ENT instead.

An ENT physician treats a variety of diseases, including:

Cholesteatoma Recurrent or unusually severe infections
Cochlear Implants Rhinitis
Common Voice Disorders Salivary Glands
Deviated Septum Sinusitis
Fungal Sinusitis Sinus Headaches
Head and Neck Cancer Sinus Surgery
Nosebleeds Tinnitus
Otosclerosis Tonsils and Adenoids
Perforated Eardrum Trouble Swallowing – (Dysphagia)


Posted by under Health Information. Posted on April 8, 2008. Modified on April 8, 2008 .

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