Ear Nose Throat

Ear, Nose, and Throat are the sensory organs that together forms face and neck. Patients faces many ears, nose, and throat complications, moreover, doctors group these conditions together. 

There are many problems that affect ear, nose, and throat. Some problems are not complex, while some are and involve multiple body systems. 

An Otolaryngologist also known as ENT is the specialist who understands the structures of ears, nose, and throat, moreover, know how to treat associated complications. 

What does ENT mean? 

The ears, nose, and throat are the sensory organs that humans utilize every day to perform their day-to-day functions. 

The ears help human to hear, and the inner ear helps to manage. The body and provide a sense of balance.

The nose helps body to smell and also guide with taste. When we breathe through nose, the air humidifies, and get filtered before going to the lungs. 

The throat opens the way for air to enter to the lungs and voice box. It also connects the mouth to the esophagus, through which the food goes down to reach the digestive system. 

These organs and their tissues create part of the complex structures of the neck and face, and gather the crucial structures within the head. 

Common Ear problems 

Ear Infections:

Ear Infections occur in the ear known as swimmer’s ear or the middle ear. Ear infections can be found if bacteria in the tract multiply, causing inflammation and leading to symptoms. 
Symptoms of several ear infections include- 

  • Dizziness
  • Ear pain
  • Difficulty while sleeping
  • Feeling fullness in the ear
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Drainage from the ear
  • Warmth and redness of the ear skin
  • Issues with balance
  • Difficulty hearing or muffled hearing

Nasal Problems:

The nose 

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