Adenoids, which are found at the back of the nose, can cause issues such as nasal blockage as well as various medical complications related to sleep. In our latest article, experienced ENT surgeon, Professor Stuart Winter, is on hand to offer us his expert knowledge with regards to what adenoids are exactly, and when it is time for them to be removed.
Though one of the smallest parts of the body, the eardrum and bones in the ear are important for our hearing ability. There are a multitude of conditions that can impact this ability, one being a cholesteatoma. In this article, expert consultant ENT surgeon Professor Mahmood Bhutta clarifies what it is and why it is important to have it taken care of.
Tonsil stones are deposits that form in the pockets of the tonsils from a build-up of matter that passes down the throat. They are relatively common and can cause bad breath. In this article, Professor Guri Sandhu gives us an in-depth guide to the causes, symptoms and treatment options for tonsil stones.
Chronic hoarseness can certainly cause a certain degree of concern, particularly if it shows no sign of disappearing. In our latest article, highly skilled and vastly experienced consultant ENT and head and neck surgeon, Mr Priy Silva, explains how the voice-affecting condition is typically treated and reveals the main causes of chronic voice hoarseness.
Neck lumps are extremely common in adults and can be caused, most typically, by one's lymph nodes becoming swollen. On hand to explain how neck lumps are treated, what causes them, and when one should seek immediate medical attention, is highly revered and experienced ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeon, Mr Churunal Hari.
What is involved in middle ear myoclonus (MEM) diagnosis and treatment? Professor Manohar Bance, one of the UK's leading otologists, expertly answers this question in part two of his informative guide to this rare form of tinnitus.
What can be done to resolve middle ear myoclonus (MEM)? Professor Manohar Bance, one of the UK's leading otologists, expertly answers this question in an informative guide to a condition that can become so severe it ruins a night's sleep.
Over the decades there have been new techniques and methods discovered for treatment of throat problems and reflux. Internationally renowned consultant otolaryngologist Professor Martin Anthony Birchall provides a descriptive background of where the treatments started and how far they have come in recent times.
Expert otolaryngologist Mr Gaurav Kumar describes functional rhinoplasty, A procedure chosen by many in order to improve breathing and smelling, in addition to the well known aesthetic benefits.
Tear duct surgery is a surgical procedure that is typically performed in order to unblock and reopen blockage affecting the area between the eye socket and the nose. On hand to tell us what exactly the procedure involves as well as who the ideal candidate for the surgical intervention is, is highly revered consultant otolaryngologist, Mr Miran Pankhania.