In the ENT department, all ear, nose and throat diseases are treated with experienced specialists and devices with modern technological equipment. In our unit that cares for patients of all ages, the process is evaluated together with experts from other specialties when necessary, and the patient is treated with a multidisciplinary approach. So, what is ENT?
What are Ear Nose Throat Diseases?
Otolaryngology refers to a field that has gained expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases involving the neck, head, nose, ear and throat. ENT offers a wide range of services for children and adults. The unit also performs the treatment of diseases generally seen in children, such as ear diseases, adenoids and tonsils. In the unit where patients of all ages apply, ENT specialists listen to the complaints of the patients and make the diagnosis, and then apply some tests and analyses together with an endoscopic evaluation. At the end of this process, the most appropriate treatment plan for the person is arranged with great care.
In the ENT department, basic diseases such as sinusitis, headaches, congestion, chronic cold, snoring, tinnitus, inflammation and sore throat are diagnosed. In addition, detection of a mass in the neck and head region, tumors, thyroid and salivary gland diseases, head and neck tumors are also treated in this department. In addition, rhinoplasty and eardrum reconstruction are also included in the field.
What is an Ear Nose and Throat Specialist?
“What is an ENT specialist?” Among the questions asked about the unit. Otolaryngologists are specialists who deal with the symptoms of otolaryngological diseases in the head and neck region.
What Diseases Does Ear Nose Throat Department Treat?
“What diseases does otorhinolaryngology treat?” The question is also among the topics wondered. Since our unit offers services in a wide range of specialties, it treats many diseases. “What is otolaryngology?” The general answer to the question which diseases the ENT department deals with is as follows:
- Oral cancer
- Allergic rhinitis
- Sudden hearing loss
- Head and face pain
- Tonsillitis caused by beta hemolytic streptococci
- Throat dryness
- Nose curvature
- Nasal inflammations
- Nose bleeding
- Nasal congestion
- Jaw and throat pain
- External ear infection (swimmer's ear, external otitis)
- Lip cancer and oral cavity cancers
- Pharyngeal cancer (pharyngeal cancer)
- Temporary or permanent hearing loss
- Adenoid enlargement
- Throat cancer
- Bleeding and deformities
- Loss of smell
- Smell and taste disorders
- Earwax (plug)
- Disturbances and aesthetic disorders in the ear
- Ear, nose and throat diseases
- Meniere's disease
- Nasopharyngeal (nasal) cancer
- Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA / respiratory arrest during sleep due to obstructive reasons)
- Middle ear inflammation (Acute Otitis Media-AOM)
- Middle ear infections
- Otitis (middle ear infections)
- Voice diseases
- Polyps and nodules formed in the vocal cords
- Sinus cancer
- Motion sickness (motion sickness)
- Salivary gland cancer
- Sleep apnea
- Vestibular neuritis
- Burning sensation and esophageal diseases
- Facial paralysis