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ENT Disease: Introduction

1. Abbreviation for ears, nose and throat. A field of medicine also called otolaryngology.
2. Abbreviation for electronystagmogram, a recording of the eye movements.
ENT is a medical abbreviation for ears, nose and throat. A doctor who specializes in treating these disorders is called an "ENT," or less commonly an otolaryngologist. Here are some examples of ENT disorders: These are Details of ENT disease:

These are Details of ENT disease:


When the tonsils become inflamed for long periods of time, they may have to be surgically removed; this procedure is called a "tonsillectomy." Though tonsillitis used to be treated with tonsillectomy frequently, it is no longer the practice and is now only done in specific instances. When inflammation is severe enough, it can interfere with swallowing and breathing. Tonsil removal is indicated in cases of extreme obstruction of the airways or swallowing. Often tonsils are enlarged, swollen and painful during tonsillitis. Less absolute indications for tonsillectomy include: recurrent acute throat infections, chronic tonsillitis that does not improve with antibiotics, obstruction leading to bad breath or changes in voice. There are many causes of tonsillitis.
Ear Infections:

Ear infections occur when germs enter the ear and become trapped there. Symptoms of ear infections include: pain hearing loss balance problems recent upper respiratory infections drainage from the ear (perforation of the tympanic membrane) Small children are more likely to have ear infections. Signs of an ear infection in your child may include: irritability that escalates at bedtime balance problems fever Some children may pull or tug at their ears. If the infection goes untreated for long periods of time, it can cause delays in their development, such as hearing and speech delays. If your child has chronic ear infections, your doctor may choose to surgically put small tubes inside your child's ear; these are called "myringotomy tubes."
Sinus Infections:

Sinuses are cavities in the skull that surround the eyes and nose and are responsible for vocal resonance. Sinusitis occurs when these cavities become infected by a bacteria or virus. Symptoms of sinusitis include: difficulty breathing headache runny nose sneezing and coughing bad breath pain around the eyes or across the bridge of the nose toothaches Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is a brief cessation of breathing while asleep. It can occur in both adults and children. Common causes of sleep apnea include: