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Submandibular Gland surgery

The most common indication is salivary calculus with secondary ductal obstruction with sialdenitis. Another indication is benign tumor of submandibular gland. Another indication of submandibular gland excision is refractory sialorrhea.

Parotid surgery

The Most common indication of parotid surgery is tumors pleomorphic adenoma or warthins tumor. Parotidectomy is a intricate procedure with functional aesthetic and potential oncologic considerations.

Myringotomy and Grommet

Myringotomy is a surgical procedure that can be used to relieve pressure or drain fluid from the middle ear. Myringotomy may be performed to drain persistent fluid in the middle ear (glue ear) that is causing hearing loss or to treat Eustachian tube malfunction that is preventing natural ventilation of the middle ear when swallowing.

Pre auricular sinus

Morbidity associated with preauricular sinuses includes recurrent infections at the site, ulceration, scarring, pyoderma, and facial cellulitis.Complete excision of the sinus is the only definitive cure.

Endoscopic Ear surgery

Transcanal endoscopic techniques have transformed the external ear canal (EAC) into an operative gateway. The benefits EES can offer include wider views, enhanced imaging capabilities and increased magnification, and ways to see otherwise poorly visualisable portions of the middle ear. When compared with microscope-assisted surgery, endoscopic tympanoplasty has been shown to require a shorter operating time in some instances.

Allergic Rhinits

Allergic rhinitis, also called hay fever, is an allergic reaction that causes sneezing, congestion, itchy nose and watery eyes. Pollen, pet dander, mold and insects can lead to hay fever symptoms. Hay fever can make you feel awful, but you can find relief with lifestyle changes, allergy medications and immunotherapy (allergy shots).

Juvenile nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma

Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma (JNA) is a rare benign tumor arising predominantly in the nasopharynx of adolescent males. It is an aggressive neoplasm and shows a propensity for destructive local spread often extending to the base of the skull and into the cranium.

Epistaxis

The most common cause of nosebleeds is dry air. Hot, low-humidity climates or heated indoor air cause dry air.

Infections allergy blood thining medications chemical irritants deviated nasal septum nasal spary cause bleeding.

Functional Endoscopic sinus surgery

Endoscopic sinus surgery, sometimes called functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is a minimally invasive procedure to treat problems in the sinuses. Endoscopic surgery may be used to remove nasal polyps and tumors, treat chronic sinus infections, and address other types of sinus problems.

Tracheostomy

Tracheostomy is a hole that surgeons make through the front of the neck and into the windpipe (trachea). A tracheostomy tube is placed into the hole to keep it open for breathing. The term for the surgical procedure to create this opening is tracheotomy.

Nasal obstruction in children

Allergy, deviated nasal septum, foreign bodies nose, nasal polyp, adenoid enlargment , hypertrophied inf. Turbinate are most common causes of nasal obstruction in children.

Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s palsy is a condition that causes sudden weakness in the muscles on one side of the face. In most cases, the weakness is temporary and significantly improves over weeks. The weakness makes half of the face appear to droop. Smiles are one-sided, and the eye on the affected side resists closing.

Otitis media with effusion (Glue Ear) 

Otitis media with effusion (OME) is a collection of non-infected fluid in the middle ear space. It is also called serous or secretory otitis media (SOM). This fluid may accumulate in the middle ear as a result of a cold, sore throat or upper respiratory infection.

Oral ulceration

mouth ulcer is a sore that appears anywhere inside your mouth. These sores are usually red, yellow or white, and you might have one or several.

There are many different types of mouth sores and lesions, including: aphthous ulcers, oral lichen planus, leukoplakia, Erthyroplakia, oral thrush etc.

Laryngitis voice disorder

Laryngitis is an inflammation of your voice box (larynx) from overuse, irritation or infection.

with laryngitis, your vocal cords become inflamed or irritated. This makes the vocal cords swell, which distorts the sounds produced by air passing over them. As a result, your voice sounds hoarse. In some cases of laryngitis, your voice can become almost undetectable.

Thyroglosaal duct cyst

If you or your child has a thyroglossal duct cyst, you might first notice the cyst because there’s a lump on your or your child’s throat that moves up when you or your child swallows. You also may spot a cyst when you or your child sticks out their tongue.

Intratympanic steroid injection

Intratympanic steroid injection is used to treat cochleovestibular symptoms of inner ear disease, such as Meniere’s disease or idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss. This procedure involves using a syringe needle to penetrate the tympanic membrane to inject the steroid into the middle ear.

Ear Truma lobuloplasty

Repair of an ear lobe is a minor procedure that is done under local anesthesia. It involves trimming away the skin that has healed within the split, and then suturing the two sides back together to give a symmetric and pleasing appearance. We would recommend a period of several months before re-piercing your ear.

Foreign bodies in ENT

FBs in the ear and nose were found more frequently in children, and the throat was the most common site of FB in adults and elderly people. Most of the FBs can be easily removed in emergency room or outpatient department.

Sterile Ear piercing

you do not know, ear-piercing is a popular procedure that can be carried out by both medical and non-medical professionals. Though, it cuts across other parts of the ear, such as the cartilage, piercing the ear lobe is the most common form of ear piercing in existence today. In this piece, we’ll be revealing a few of the things you need to know before getting your ear pierced.

Functional Endoscopic sinus surgery

Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is minimally invasive surgery for serious sinus conditions. Healthcare providers use nasal endoscopes — thin tubes with lights and lenses — to ease your sinus symptoms without making incisions in or around your nose.

Mastoidectomy

mastoidectomy is a surgery that removes diseased cells from the air-filled spaces in your mastoid bone. Your mastoid is the part of your skull that sits just behind your ear. Mastoidectomy is often used to treat choleatatoma Ear infection that has spread to skull

Migrinous Headache

migraine is a headache that can cause severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually on one side of the head. It’s often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine attacks can last for hours to days, and the pain can be so bad that it interferes with your daily activities.

Video Endoscopy in ENT

Endoscopy is a test that an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist uses to look at the: back of your throat (pharynx) voice box (larynx) upper part of the food pipe (oesophagus).

Endoscopic Stapedotomy

The main merits are good quality panoramic viewing, adequate identification and visualization of vital structures of the middle ear, and minimal manipulation of the chorda tympani nerve, if ever needed, with practically no need for curettage of bony wall. The demerits are mainly single handed operation and lack of depth in vision, which can be overcome by high power magnified image on monitor.

ORal submucous fibrosis (OSMF)

Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is an oral precancerous condition characterized by inflammation and progressive fibrosis of the submucosal tissues resulting in marked rigidity and trismus.

The condition is caused primarily by areca nut chewing—an addictive habit practiced by 10% to 20% of the world’s population.

Nasal bone fracture

Nasal bone fractures, when isolated, are most commonly displaced fractures of one of the paired nasal bones. There is often associated with other facial fractures and this requires careful assessment. 

nasal septum orbital blow-out fracture frontal process of the maxilla. Nasal septal hematoma should also be actively assessed.

Vertigo

Vertigo is a sensation of feeling off balance. If you have these dizzy spells, you might feel like you are spinning or that the world around you is spinning.

Thyroid

Thyroidectomy is the surgical removal of all or part of your thyroid gland. These include cancer, noncancerous enlargement of the thyroid (goiter) and overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism). How much of your thyroid gland is removed during thyroidectomy depends on the reason for the surgery. If you need only part of your thyroid removed (partial thyroidectomy), your thyroid may work normally after surgery. If you need your entire thyroid removed (total thyroidectomy), you need daily treatment with thyroid hormone to replace your thyroid’s natural function.

Vocal cord polyp

Introduction Vocal fold polyps are one of the most frequent benign laryngeal lesions, impacting the quality of life of those affected by them, primarily the vocal production. Despite being a well-established therapy in conjunction with surgery, speech therapy alone may also be effective in treating these lesions.

Paediatric ENT Diseases

Common conditions associated with ear, nose, and throat disorders include the following. Your pediatrician will help you initially and if needed we can provide more specialized treatment.

  • Child ear infections (Middle ear infection)
  • Swimmer’s ear
  • Foreign bodies in the ear, nose, and airway
  • Sinusitis
  • Tonsillitis
  • Deviated septum
  • Nosebleeds
  • Saliva control problems.

Adenoid

Adenoid Hypertrophy is More  common condition in the paediatric population. Failure in responding to medical therapy often leads to adenoidectomy. While traditional adenoidectomy is indeed a relatively “blind” procedure, endoscopic procedures allow more radical resections, bleeding monitoring and complete Eustachian tube sparing, making adenoidectomy a safer, more manageable and functional procedure. endoscopic adenoidectomy in a large single centre patient population

Data on surgical time, blood loss, hospital stay, short and long-term complications, recurrences and post-operative pain is very less in endoscopic procedures rather than conventional one.  Endoscopic adenoidectomy should therefore be regarded as a valid technique

Tonsillectomy

Tonsillectomy is the surgical removal of the tonsils, two oval-shaped pads of tissue at the back of the throat — one tonsil on each side.

A tonsillectomy was once a common procedure to treat infection and inflammation of the tonsils (tonsillitis). Today, a tonsillectomy is usually performed for sleep-disordered breathing but may still be a treatment when tonsillitis occurs frequently or doesn’t respond to other treatments.

Hearing Aid

hearing aid is a small electronic device that you wear in or behind your ear. It makes some sounds louder so that a person with hearing loss can listen, communicate, and participate more fully in daily activities. A hearing aid can help people hear more in both quiet and noisy situations. However, only about one out of five people who would benefit from a hearing aid actually uses one.

Coblation surgeries in ENT

The main advantages observed with coblation adenoidectomy, compared with the cold curettage technique are:

the lack of bleeding (abundant bleeding with cold curettage);

provides a direct endoscopic view of the adenoid (blind surgery or mirror view with traditional cold curettage).

Obstructive sleep Apnea syndrome (OSAS)

Obstructive sleep apnea is a common disorder that causes the airways to collapse or become blocked while you’re asleep. It can cause you to stop breathing for 20 to 30 seconds at a time, numerous times throughout the night. Untreated apnea can increase the risk of a number of diseases, including high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and some headache syndromes. Yet many people with sleep apnea don’t know they have it.

Septoplasty

Septoplasty is surgery to fix a crooked (or deviated) septum. This procedure allows better airflow through your nose and may improve your nasal breathing. Septoplasty is usually an  general Anaesthesia procedure . Swelling may last two to three days, but full recovery may take up to three months.

Wax Removal Ear

Ent doctor remove excess wax by using a small, curved tool called a curet or by using suction techniques. Your provider can also flush out the wax using a syringe filled with warm water and saline.

Micro laryngeal Surgery

Microscopic laryngeal surgery, otherwise known as microlaryngoscopy, is the most precise means of visualizing and operating on the vocal folds. It allows the use of the two most essential tool sets in laryngeal surgery: the operative microscope, and microlaryngeal dissection instruments. All surgery is done through a laryngoscope, an instrument inserted via the mouth, without the need to make skin incisions.

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