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Ear, Nose and Throat doctor Terms to Know

Ear, nose, and throat doctors are called otolaryngologists in medical terms. As their name suggests, they are specialist physician who deal with common problems affecting the ears, noses and throats of humans. Some common problems that require seeing one of these specialists involve hearing loss or severe allergies. To find an otolaryngologists the patient is usually referred by their general physician, though they can also find them in a listing service. Below are some common terms associated with ear, nose and throat doctors.

  • Allergies – These refer to an immune disorder where the human body reacts to particles in the environment. It can include problems such as hives, asthma and eczema, which are recurring problems that, especially in the case of asthma, can lead to an emergency.
  • Sinusitis – An inflammation in the sinuses, glands inside of the human nose, due to several factors. The disease is commonly attributed to allergies, infections or autoimmune diseases.
  • Rhinoplasty- A surgery that reconstructs a human nose. This can be done for cosmetic reasons, or for medical reasons, such as the shape of the nose interferes with proper breathing.
  • Myringotomy – A branch of medicine that deals with severe and recurring ear infections, such as often happen to children. This is sometimes solved by surgery which involves putting tubes in the ears to drain pus and fluid.
  • Adenoidectomy – A surgical procedure which removes the adenoid glands from the back of the nose. It is used for severe breathing problems and recurring ear infections and is often performed on children.
  • Tonsillectomy – A surgical procedure that removes the tonsils. This is often done in children if the child suffers from repeated throat infections.
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    Sanford Rehabilitation Center
    300 N 7th St, Bismarck, ND 58501
    Dedicated to the work of health and healing. Improving the human condition through exceptional care, innovation and discovery.
    (701) 323-6021
    Dakota Ear Nose & Throat
    810 E Rosser Ave, Bismarck, ND 58501
    (701) 223-1967
    Mid Dakota Clinic
    401 N 9th St, Bismarck, ND 58501
    (701) 530-6000
    Sanford Health
    300 N 7th St, Bismarck, ND 58501
    (701) 323-6000
    Trinity Medical Group
    101 3rd Ave Sw Ste 203, Minot, ND 58701
    (701) 857-5500
    Charles Gasser MD
    101 3rd Ave Sw Ste 203, Minot, ND 58701
    (701) 857-5986


    Finding that you have a medical emergency affecting your ear, nose or throat can be unsettling. However, you can make sure you get the proper care you need. An ear, nose and throat doctor is an MD who focuses on only those parts of the body. Also known as ENT specialists, these physicians are often responsible for treating those patients who suffer from allergies and other ailments. If you find that you have a medical problem with your ears, nose or throat, you should go to a clinic and get checked out. Your symptoms may include everything from sinus and neck pain to a severe allergy. These doctors may provide a variety of services from surgery to install ear tubes to simple checkups. They may diagnose patients who have hearing disorders, or reconstruct damaged ear canals. Many of these physicians offer health care for everything from the neck up. That means they can even diagnose and treat problems or pain in your face. To find an ENT specialist, you should first consult with your regular doctor. Depending on your health plan, you may need a medical referral from your home doctor’s office. Your regular doctor can also recommend a reputable practice, so you can be confident you are getting the care you need. No matter how you find your ENT, make sure you go to a doctor with a great reputation. Ask around and get referrals from your friends and family. Finding the right physician can make going to the doctor so much more comfortable.
     
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