• Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors

    Tumors or growths in the head and neck region may be divided into those that are benign (not cancerous) and malignant (i.e., cancer). Fortunately, most growths in the head and neck region in children are considered to be benign. These benign growths can be related to infection, inflammation, fluid collections,

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  • Sinus Headaches

    Not every headache is the consequence of sinus and nasal passage problems. For example, many patients visit an ear, nose, and throat specialist to seek treatment for a sinus headache and learn they actually have a migraine or tension headache. The confusion is common, a migraine can cause irritation

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  • Las fracturas nasales

    Información para el diagnóstico y tratamiento ¿Qué es una fractura nasal? ¿Cuáles son mis opciones de tratamiento? y mucho más ... Proyectada prominentemente en la parte central de la cara, no es sorprendente que la nariz sea el hueso del cabeza más frecuentemente roto. Una nariz

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  • Smell and Taste

    Insight into important senses How do smell and taste work? What causes loss of smell and taste? How are smell and taste loss diagnosed? and more... Problems with these senses have a big impact on our lives. Smell and taste contribute to our enjoyment of life by stimulating a desire to eat - which

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  • Post-Nasal Drip

    Insight into treating a runny nose What is post-nasal drip? How is swallowing affected? How is it treated? and more… Glands in your nose and throat continually produce mucus (one to two quarts a day). Mucus moistens and cleans the nasal membranes, humidifies air, traps and clears inhaled foreign

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  • Tonsillitis

    Tonsillitis refers to inflammation of the pharyngeal tonsils (glands at the back of the throat, visible through the mouth). The inflammation may involve other areas of the back of the throat, including the adenoids and the lingual tonsils (tonsil tissue at the back of the tongue). There are several variations

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  • Problemas comunes que pueden afectar a su voz

    Puede sorprenderlo la variedad de condiciones médicas que pueden conducir a problemas de voz. Las causas más comunes de ronquera y dificultades vocales se describen a continuación. Si se queda ronca con frecuencia o nota un cambio de la voz por un período de tiempo prolongado, consulte a su otorrinolaringólogo

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  • Head and Neck Cancer

    Insight into recognizing symptoms for early detection Early detection of head and neck cancer Symptoms of head and neck cancer and more... More than 55,000 Americans will develop cancer of the head and neck (most of which is preventable) this year; nearly 13,000 of them will die from it. Early detection

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  • Secondhand Smoke and Children

    Insight into effects and prevention What is secondhand smoke? Who is at risk? and more… Secondhand smoke is a combination of the smoke from a burning cigarette and the smoke exhaled by a smoker. Also known as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), it can be recognized easily by its distinctive odor.

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  • Facial Sports Injuries

    Playing catch, shooting hoops, bicycling on a scenic path or just kicking around a soccer ball have more in common than you may think. On the up side, these activities are good exercise and are enjoyed by thousands of Americans. On the down side, they can result in a variety of injuries to the face. Many

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  • Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors

    Tumors or growths in the head and neck region may be divided into those that are benign (not cancerous) and malignant (i.e., cancer). Fortunately, most growths in the head and neck region in children are considered to be benign. These benign growths can be related to infection, inflammation, fluid collections,

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  • Noise-Induced Hearing Loss In Children

    The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders reports that approximately 28 million Americans have lost some or all of their hearing, including 17 in 1,000 children under age 18. There are three types of hearing loss: Conductive hearing loss: This occurs when sound is not conducted

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  • Laryngopharyngeal Reflux and Children

    What is laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR)? Food or liquids that are swallowed travel through the esophagus and into the stomach where acids help digestion. Each end of the esophagus has a sphincter, a ring of muscle, that helps keep the acidic contents of the stomach in the stomach or out of the throat.

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  • Qué Debe Saber Acerca de la Otoesclerosis

    ¿Qué es la otoesclerosis? El término otoesclerosis deriva del griego esclero (duro) y oto (oído). Describe la condición de un anormal crecimiento en los pequeños huesos del oído medio que llevan a la fijación del estribo. El hueso del estribo se debe mover libremente para que el oído trabaje

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  • Infant Hearing Loss

    If your newborn child does not startle, move, cry or react in any way to unexpected loud noises, does not awaken to loud noises, does not turn his/her head in the direction of your voice, does not freely imitate sound, or has failed a newborn hearing screening test, then he or

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  • Perforated Eardrum

    Insight into ear injuries What is a perforated eardrum? What causes eardrum perforation? How is hearing affected by a perforated eardrum? and more... A hole or rupture in the eardrum, a thin membrane that separates the ear canal and the middle ear, is called a perforated eardrum.

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