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ENT specialists are physicians, trained to provide medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the ears, nose and throat (ENT) and related problems affecting the head and neck.

Nosebleeds can occur due to many reasons; the most common is climate change. Normally, nosebleeds occur in hot, dry weather or in very cold environments. Some of the other causes of nosebleeds are: • Infection • Self-induced nose picking • Use of anticoagulant medications • Excessive alcohol intake • High blood pressure

Ear wax or cerumen is a natural secretion from the ear canal that lubricates the skin and keeps insects away. Sometimes excessive wax formation can occur which blocks the ear and can cause hearing loss.

Suction cleaning is done without water to clear out dirt or pus from ear canal.

Ear ache, pus discharge from ear and pain on touching outer part of ear

Throat pain with fever is the most common symptom of tonsillitis

Earaches have many causes. About 80% of pediatric patients will experience an ear infection before the age of 5 years. An examination by an otolaryngologist can help determine what is going on, whether intervention is necessary, and the best course of corrective action.

A goiter is an enlarged thyroid gland. Its presence does not mean that the thyroid gland is diseased or cancerous. It does indicate that there is a condition that causes it to grow at an abnormal rate.

Generally speaking, it is not normal, especially for your child to snore loudly. Snoring in a pediatric patient is often caused by enlarged tonsils and adenoids. If left untreated, it can lead to learning problems such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Removal of the child's tonsils and adenoids may be the recommended treatment.

Tinnitis is the perception of noise (ringing, buzzing, etc.) in the ears. It is a symptom; it is not an underlying condition and is usually not a sign of something serious. Depending on the probable cause, an otolaryngologist may recommend appropriate audiological examination and/or medical or surgical intervention.