Otolaryngology

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  1. Acoustic Neurinoma

    Acoustic neurinoma is a non-cancerous tumor that may develop from an overproduction of Schwann cells that press on the hearing and balance nerves in the inner ear.

  2. Aphasia

    Detailed information on aphasia, including cause, diagnosis, types, and treatment

  3. Audiology

    Audiologists address hearing and balance problems in people of all ages. They also help with the fitting and management of hearing aids.

  4. Balance Disorders

    Detailed information on balance disorders, including acoustic neurinoma and M&#233;ni&#232;re's disease

  5. Deviated Septum

    Detailed information on deviated septum and septoplasty, a reconstructive plastic surgery performed to correct an improperly formed nasal septum

  6. Ear Infections

    Detailed information on ear infections, including otitis externa (swimmer's ear) and otitis media

  7. Ear, Nose, and Throat Disorders

    Detailed information on ear, nose, and throat disorders, including hearing disorders, balance disorders, smell disorders, taste disorders, chemosensory disorders, speech disorders, voice disorders, language disorders, vocal cord disorders, and laryngeal cancer.

  8. Ear, Nose, and Throat Facts

    The ear consists of three areas—the outer, middle, and inner ear. The nose is the organ of smell and is part of the peripheral nervous system. The throat is a ring-like muscular tube that acts as the passageway for air, food, and liquid.

  9. Ears and Airplane Travel, Ear Wax, and Ear Cleaning

    Detailed information on ears and airplane travel, ear wax, and ear cleaning

  10. Glossary - Otolaryngology

    Glossary of terms relating to ear, nose, and throat disorders for patients and consumers

  11. Hearing Aids

    Hearing aids are electronic or battery-operated devices that can amplify and change sound. A microphone receives the sound and converts it into sound waves. The sound waves are then converted into electrical signals.

  12. Hearing and Speech Communication Services and Devices

    In addition to hearing aids, many other devices are available to help improve communication in daily life. These range from telephone amplifiers to visual alarm systems.

  13. Hearing Disorders

    Detailed information on the most common types of hearing disorders, including hearing loss, presbycusis, tinnitus, usher syndrome, and noise-induced hearing loss

  14. Hearing Loss

    In some people, hearing loss can be surgically corrected. For others, medical devices and rehabilitation therapies often can help reduce hearing loss.

  15. Home Page - Otolaryngology

    Detailed information on ear, nose, and throat disorders, including hearing disorders, balance disorders, smell disorders, taste disorders, chemosensory disorders, speech disorders, voice disorders, language disorders, vocal cord disorders, and laryngeal c

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