Thursday, 9 May 2013

Best ENT Surgeons in India

Because these three organs are inter-connected, picking up a problem in one of the three can cause a host of different problems in the other two;Any ENT condition can potentially cause severe pain in multiple places, temporary or permanently damage one's hearing and even cause trouble with a patients breathing.This is where the ENT specialist steps in as he is well versed in the treatments of any ENT disorders and the related illnesses that these problems can cause.

There are far too many disorders to list; Common ENT ailments that most of us have had before:

 1) PreauricularSinusitis - probably the most common, this is the congestion of the nasal passages, accompanied by headaches, sneezing, postnasal drip and a runny nose. Quite unpleasant but easy enough to solve [if there is no underlying serious medical condition].
2) Conductive hearing loss - Conductive loss of hearing takes place when the body has trouble conducting sound waves through the ear. It can occur from a problem with any part of the ear-the external, the inner, the middle, or the tympanic membrane. This type of loss can happen alone or along side of sensorineural loss of hearing, which is a problem in how the brain processes sound.

3) Vocalcord polyp - If you experience hoarseness for a period of two weeks or more get your vocal cords checked by a specialist. Prolonged hoarseness is a sign of nodules growing on your cords. The problem could be something else, but either way you need a checkup.

4)  DeviatedNasal Septum - A deviated nasal septum is the condition wherein the nasal dividing membrane is off-center or crooked. Though it not easily recognizable from the outside, the condition is common enough and almost 80% of human beings have deviated, dislocated or crooked nasal septum. Dislocation or breaking of the nose cartilage could either be a result to trauma like hitting the nose with hard objects, a fall or could also come from a congenital disorder.
5)  Growth in Laryngs & Trachea - There may be severe pain associated with swelling and inflammation of the throat, including pain in the ears because of blocking of the tube which lead from the nose to the ears; there may also be a sense of fullness or obstruction, with much hawking and spitting.

There are other throat, ear and nose infections out there but the ones above are generally the most diagnosed.
* environmental - generally due to dampness [swimmers ear] an infection could occur if no care is taken in keeping the ear canal dry and clean
* viral - affect more than one part of the body and cannot be cured with a anti-biotic
* bacterial - these infections are generally localized [affect only one side of the throat] and occur when the area is bruised or damaged in some way
* fungal - the monster of the bunch, immediate attention is needed as any delay could compound the problem due to the exponential growth of fungi

Physicians who specialize in treating conditions of the ear, nose, and throat are called ENTs, or otolaryngologists. These special doctors are adept at treating many types of illnesses and problems related to the head and neck. Most parents may have become familiar with an ENT physician when their child began to have problems with recurrent ear infections. In addition to the treatment of recurrent ear infections, ENTs may also assist with treatment of head and neck cancers as well as disorders of the middle and inner ear.

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