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- Anaesthesia in ENT: ENT surgery has a variety of major and minor surgeries performed under both local and general anaesthesia
- Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry: Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) is a test measuring responses in the brain waves that are stimulated by a clicking sound to check the central auditory pathways (hearing) of the brainstem.
- Cochlear Implants: Cochlear implants are the latest advanced devices which convert sound into electrical energy and directly stimulate the cochlear nerve.
- Direct Laryngoscopy: Direct laryngoscopy is a direct visualization of the different parts of the larynx and hypopharynx.
- Ear Surgery - Tympanoplasty: Tympanoplasty is a surgery to eradicate disease in the middle ear and to re-construct the hearing mechanism.
- Ear Syringing: Ear Syringing is an OPD procedure used for removal of wax, foreign bodies, debris from the ear.
- Fistula Test: Fistula test is a test done to detect a fistula in the bony labyrinthine wall of the inner ear.
- FNAC in ENT: Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is one of the single most important investigation in ENT.
- Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS): Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) permits the direct visualization and treatment of various parts of the nasal cavities and sinuses.
- Hearing aids: A hearing aid is a device which amplifies the sound and thus improves the hearing.
- Hearing Test - Pure Tone Audiometry: Pure tone audiometry is a test is to get a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the patients hearing.
- Laryngeal Scopy - Microlaryngoscopy: Microlaryngoscopy is a procedure in which the larynx is visualized through a microscope.
- LASERS in ENT: Different types of LASERs are used in ENT such as CO2 Laser, Argon Laser, KTP 532, etc.
- Mastoidectomy: Mastoidectomy is a surgery performed to eradicate the disease present in the middle ear cleft, the mastoid air cells and the attic.
- Myringotomy: Myringotomy is an incision made on the tympanic membrane to drain out suppurative (made up of pus) or non-suppurative middle ear effusion.
- Nasal Septum Correction: Nasal Septum Correction is done using either of the two procedures - SMR or Septoplasty.
- Posterior nasal packing: Posterior nasal packing is a procedure used to control nasal bleeding.
- Rinnes Test: Rinne's test is done to compare the auditory acuity of each ear to bone and air conduction.
- Tonsils Surgery - Tonsillectomy: Tonsillectomy is the surgery done for removal of tonsils.
- Tracheostomy: Indications and contraindications of Tracheostomy.
- Tracheostomy- Complications: Complications and post-operative management of Tracheostomy.
- Webers Test: Weber's test is screening test for detecting hearing loss. It can detect unilateral (one-sided) conductive and one-sided sensori-neural hearing loss.