Ear nose throat specialist clinic

November 22, 2010

Wax in Ear

Wax is produced by cerumen glands at the outer 1/3 of the ear canal. The amount of wax production varies. Impacted wax can cause conductive deafness and uneasiness. Simple methods of instilling ear drops will assist the removal of wax but it can get aggrevated if cotton buds are use. A simple procedure in an ENT clinic like suction or previously ear syringing can assist the patient

ENT Allergy

Allergy has a significant impact on the ear nose and throat. One of the first symptom of allergy would be an ENT symptom. Very often nose allergy will also have bronchial asthma. It is important for allergy rhintis patients to be evaluated for asthma.

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