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  • Tonsillitis

    Tonsillitis is simply the inflammation or swelling up of the tonsils. The tonsils are lymph nodes that are present in the back of the mouth and on top of the throat. The role of the tonsils is to filter out bacteria and other germs to prevent any sort of infections from occurring in the body. The inflammation can also affect other parts of the throat too. The infection is commonly found among children (3-6 years) and young people and sometimes even in adults. The infection is highly contagious in nature. &nbs...

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  • Tonsillectomy

    Tonsillectomy is a surgical process which is employed to remove the affected tonsils from a person suffering from tonsillitis. The methods adopted for the removal of the tonsils depend on the severity of the tonsillitis and the anatomy of the patient.   Most doctors recommend conducting tonsillectomy in the following scenarios: If a patient is affected with serious or “non-responsive-to-medicine” conditions of tonsillitis If the person gets infected about six or more times within a year In childre...

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  • Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

    Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery or FESS for short is a medical term given to an operation that is recommended for patients suffering from severe or difficult-to-treat conditions of sinusitis. It combines the use of endoscopes and CT scan techniques to diagnose and treat sinusitis. FESS is one of the many approaches applied to cure sinusitis. The type of the surgical technique that needs to be adopted depends on which part the patient has been affected with sinusitis.     Diagnosis for the FE...

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  • Microscopic Ear Surgery

    Perforations in the ear drum, a common problem among children, occur due to an infection or as a result of an injury. Drainage from the ear or bloody discharges are symptoms of a perforated ear. In such cases, an ENT specialist would probably recommend a microscopic ear surgery. One such common surgery of this kind is the Tympanoplasty, also called “eardrum repair”, which is conducted to reconstruct a perforated eardrum or repair the small bones found in the middle of the ear. The procedure is performed under l...

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  • Balloon Sinuplasty

    Certain patients get affected with chronic conditions of sinusitis while some others do not even respond to medications prescribed for sinusitis. During such cases, ENT surgeons recommend a “safe and effective” surgical procedure called Balloon Sinuplasty or BSP. The surgery was first introduced in 2005 by Acclarent, Inc., a US based technology developing company for the ENT medical field. This is a common and non-invasive surgical process for patients seeking relief from the painful chronic symptoms...

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  • Ear Infection

    The inflammation caused as a result of an infection of the middle ear is commonly known as an ear infection. Although there are many types of ear infections depending on the way it is affected, the most common of all is called the “Otisis Media”.     Types of Ear Infections There are basically two types of ear infections namely; Acute and Chronic Ear Infections. An acute ear infection is described as a painful but short-lived infection. On the other hand, chronic infections are long term and can ...

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  • Sinusitis

    Sinus is a cavity that is present within a bone or other tissues mainly found in the regions of the face connecting to the nasal cavities. Sinus-related disease or Sinusitis is defined as a group of disorders that are categorized by the inflammation of the mucosa of the nose and within the paranasal sinuses. There are basically three types of sinusitis conditions depending on the duration of symptom persistence namely; Acute Sub-acute Chronic Acute bacterial sinusitis is often confirmed when symptoms have not ...

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  • Types of Sinus

    There exists a range of sinus diseases and they depend on the allergens that trigger them and area of the body they usually attack. Different types of sinus diseases have different symptoms and treatment methods.   Maxillary Sinus The maxillary sinus is found in the region beneath the cheeks, above the teeth and either sides of the nose. Maxillary sinus disease is triggered by various factors, of which a few of the causes are allergens that thicken the mucous in the lungs and digestive tracts, nasal polyps t...

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  • Sinus Surgeries

    A sinusitis surgery is basically done to employ sophisticated procedures involving the opening of nasal cavities to remove the sinuses and to rectify the anatomical abnormalities of the nasal structure during recurring events of sinusitis. The surgery may also be conducted to create a common cavity for drainage and to ventilate the cavities. There have been recorded improvements with more than 85% of people affected with sinusitis following this surgery worldwide. A sinusitis surgery may be required by a p...

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