Surya Hospitals' Department of Pediatric Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT), provides specialist care for children with ENT disorders. Our specialized team of pediatric ENT specialists is dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of a wide spectrum of ear, nose, and throat issues affecting children, and adolescents. We try to provide the greatest standard of treatment to our young patients by using cutting-edge technology and creating a child-friendly environment.
The medical speciality of Pediatric ENT, also known as pediatric otolaryngology, is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses affecting the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) in children. Pediatric otolaryngologists, or ENT specialists, are qualified to treat a broad spectrum of head and neck conditions in young patients, from babies to teenagers.
Our pediatric ENT facility is well-equipped to treat a wide range of ENT disorders in children. Among the most prevalent disorders we diagnose and treat are:
There are various signs that our pediatric ENT expert should be consulted. These are some examples:
Pediatric ENT (otolaryngology) diagnostic tests are designed to evaluate and diagnose particular problems affecting the childs ear, nose, and throat. In pediatric ENT assessments, the following diagnostic tests are frequently used:
Our department provides a comprehensive spectrum of pediatric ENT treatments and procedures. These are some examples:
Earache, fussiness, trouble sleeping, and pulling at the ears are common symptoms. It's critical to schedule an evaluation with a pediatric ENT expert as soon as you become aware of these symptoms.
Hearing evaluations, including audiometry, gauge your child's acuity for various tones and loudness. It is a non-invasive, painless process that aids in the detection of any hearing problems.
A Pediatric ENT expert should be consulted if your kid has chronic or recurrent sore throats, especially if they are accompanied by additional symptoms such as trouble breathing or swallowing.
A combination of imaging techniques, like a CT scan, and a clinical examination may be used to make the diagnosis. Indicators include prolonged congestion in the nose, facial pain, and discoloured nasal discharge.
It is true that allergies can aggravate illnesses like sinusitis, ear infections, and allergic rhinitis. Testing for allergies could be advised in order to pinpoint certain triggers.
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