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Ear Examination

This includes an assessment of hearing as well as the appearance of the ear.

Inspect the external ear before examination with an otoscope/auriscope. Swab any discharge and remove any wax. Look for obvious signs of abnormality.

Examination of the nose

Full nose examinations assess the function, airway resistance and occasionally sense of smell. It includes looking into the mouth and pharynx. Common symptoms of the nasal disease include:

First look at the external nose. Ask the patient to remove any glasses. Look at the nose from the front and side for any signs of the following:

Examination of the Neck

Examination of the neck includes inspection for any scars, masses, glandular or nodal enlargement. Inspect the trachea, noting any deviation. Next inspect the thyroid gland as the patient swallows, noting any enlargement.

Evaluate by palpation the lymphatic chains as well as the presence of any masses in the neck. When evaluating lymph nodes for pathology, note their size, shape, consistency, mobility, and tenderness.

Examination of the throat

Ask the patient to remove dentures, and examine their mouth systemically (use a bright torch): tongue, hard and soft palate, tonsillar fossa, gingivolabial/gingivobuccal sulci, the floor of mouth/undersurface of the tongue as follows:

This includes a thorough examination of the oral cavity.

Complete History

A key element of the family history is whether parents or siblings have had manifestations of coronary artery disease before the age of 55 years.

A positive family history of diabetes in both parents predestines the individual to be diabetic.

General Examination

Symptoms and signs elicited from the general aspects of the history and physical examination are the first signals that alert clinicians toward specific findings that help make diagnoses.

Significant involuntary weight loss usually means a decrease in body weight of 5 to 7% over 6 months or less.

Case Handling

We handle cases related to Otorhinolaryngology (ear, nose and throat surgery, ENT) otosclerosis (a condition of the middle ear that causes hearing loss)

and other problems with hearing and deafness
otitis media with effusion – a common condition of childhood

Bookings

We Book Patients For Surgeries And Specialized Investigations.
- rhinoplasty (nose surgery)
- otoplasty (ear surgery)

- blepharoplasty (removal of excess skin and fat pads around the upper and lower eyelids)

Ultrasound Scan

An ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration biopsy uses sound waves to help locate a nodule or abnormality within the thyroid and remove a tissue sample for examination under a microscope.

This procedure requires little to no special preparation.

MRI Scan

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain is a safe and painless test that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed images of the brain and the brain stem.

An MRI differs from a CAT scan

CT Scan

A computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan allows doctors to see inside your body. It uses a combination of X-rays and a computer to create pictures of your organs

You can get a CT scan on any part of your body. The procedure doesn’t take very long, and it’s painless.

Vestibular Testing

Vestibular testing consists of a number of tests that help determine if there is something wrong with the vestibular (balance) portion of the inner ear.

These tests can help isolate dizziness symptoms to a specific cause that can often be treated.

BSER Testing

The Brainstem evoked response (BSER) is a hearing test. This test measures the brainstem’s responses to clicking sounds which checks the auditory (hearing) pathways of the brainstem.

This test is often referred to by many different names, however, they are all the same test:

Electrocochleography

Electrocochleography (abbreviated ECochG or ECOG) is a technique of recording electrical potentials generated in the inner ear

and auditory nerve in response to sound stimulation, using an electrode placed in the ear canal or tympanic membrane.

Pure Tone Audiometry

Pure Tone Audiometry is the behavioral test measure used to determine the hearing sensitivity and is conducted in a soundproof room by specialists.

The test is performed using headphones and the patient is asked to respond each time they hear a sound.

Wax Removal

We Remove Wax From Ears Along With Foreign Bodies Such As Ear Rings, Pearls, Paper, Buttons, Insects etc From Ear, Nose, And Throat

We also do routine checkup of ear, nose, throat.

Laryngoscopy

In flexible laryngoscopy, a thin, flexible viewing tube (called a laryngoscope) is passed through the nose and guided to the vocal cords, or larynx.

Fiberoptic cables permit a physician to directly inspect the nose, throat, and larynx for abnormalities.

Myringotomy

In adults, the ventilation tube can typically be placed in the office under local anesthesia. In children, the procedure is performed as an outpatient surgery that takes a few minutes.

The surgery is performed through the ear canal. Some children benefit from adenoidectomy if multiple sets of ventilation tubes have been needed in the past.