Otorhinolaryngology specialist is a doctor trained in medical and surgical treatment of ears, nose, throat and head and neck structures. Ear, nose, nasal passage, sinuses, larynx, oral cavity, upper pharynx with the face and neck structures (such as neck masses, thyroid, salivary glands) treatment of diseases of the Ear Nose Throat section.
The ear is a unique area of interest for an Otolaryngologist. This includes hearing disorders, ear infections, balance disorders, facial nerve or head nerve disorders, as well as the medical and surgical treatment of congenital diseases and cancers of the external ear and inner ear.
- Ear Wax
- Seröz Otit
- Inflammation of the Ear Ear
- Acute Middle Ear Inflammation
- Hearing loss
Maintaining the nasal cavity and sinuses is one of the first tasks of Otolaryngologist. Nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, allergy, olfactory and nasal respiratory disorders and nose-related disorders are the area of interest in Ear Nose Throat expertise.
- Deodorization Disorders
- Rhinoplasty – Rhinoplasty
- Sinusitis (Acute, Chronic)
Specialized in Ear Nose Throat expertise, this area of expertise enters the throat and upper respiratory and digestive tract or digestive tract diseases. There are also disorders related to voice, respiration and swallowing.
- Sleep apnea
Head and Neck:
Ear, Nose and Throat specialists are trained to treat infectious diseases, tumors (malignant and benign), facial trauma and facial deformities of the head and neck region. Make cosmetic, plastic and repair surgery applications.
An Ear Nose Throat specialist can work with doctors in other medical and surgical specialties. Neurosurgeons in the treatment of skull base diseases, neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons in the treatment of cosmetic and traumatization, oral surgeons in the treatment of jaw and dental traumas in the treatment of structural abnormalities in the eye, allergy in sinus diseases, dermatologists in the treatment of skin cancer, oncologists in the treatment of head and neck cancer, general in the general public share common areas with pediatricians and family physicians in the treatment of infectious, congenital, traumatic and malignant diseases and disorders.