What Do Otolaryngologists Do?

What Do Otolaryngologists Do?

 

Otolaryngologists, additionally referred to as Otorhinolaryngologists and ENT physicians, deal with patients of all ages with medical conditions and problems that have an effect on areas including: the neck, throat, head, ears, nose, and upper esophagus and upper respiratory system.

Many Otolaryngologists work in a clinic setting outside of the hospital where they carry out procedures, in addition to in a surgical setting inside the hospital.


Otolaryngologists generally deal with complaints related to the ears (corresponding to dizziness, ringing in the ears,  and congenital auditory malformations), the nose (such as sinus infections and polyps), the throat and esophagus (including cancer, speech and swallowing problems) and the neck and head (including correcting facial trauma, cancer, and infections).

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