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What Does An Ent Doctor Do At First Appt
Do anyone know what will a ENT doctor do on the first visit I have to go fri and a bit scared the why my Dr was telling me any ideas?
ENT: We have no idea what you are talking about and what the question is or what you are seeing the ENT for? ...Read more
Also known as otolaryngology, this medical specialty deals with the diagnosis and (medical & surgical) management of diseases of the ears, nose, mouth, throat, neck, sinuses, voice box and face. Some areas of expertise in otolaryngology include voice and swallowing problems, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, allergy, hearing and balance disorders, nasal and ...Read more
Will the ENT doc be able to run tests for at office today for appointment or will I have to do a bunch of testing as outpt (vertigo/ringing/headache)?
Depends: Some offices may have all the equipment to teat and treat your problem other offices may not have this capability. Call the office first to ask regarding the specific office about this. ...Read more
I am going in with my 79 year old father tomorrow to an appointment with his ENT. He has a tumor in his throat that the ENT wants to remove surgically. What questions would you recommend that I ask of his doctor? I have the following on my list: size of t
Stage/Prognosis: What is tumor cell type and what are the treatment options as far as chemo or radiation as well as surgery. Also has the tumor spread anywhere else? Need to ask what is entailed in the surgery and what deficits may be expected after in terms of swallowing and talking and dietary restrictions. Don't be afraid to get multiple opinions to explore all options ...Read more
Mild pressure under eye and eye pain/itch. Treated for sinusitis last 5 days with antibiotics. Tomorrow appointment with ENT doctor. Can it wait?
Depends: Depends on the problem you are being evaluated for. For example. A voice problem, sinus problem, ear problem. There are subspecialties. Best answer is to get a referral to a medical school ENT faculty. There are usually subspecialists in the area of concern. In your area the Medical University of So Carolina in Charleston, SC. ...Read more
Probably yes: Chronic smoking has deleterious effects on the nose and throat. Nasal congestion, nasal drainage, and nasal obstruction may occur. The throat is often red and swollen and finally chronic inflammation of the vocal folds and even cancer of the tongue, tonsil, and larynx may all possibly occur. Sometimes one can pick up a smoker just by the tobacco odor the skin emits. So yes an ENT doc can tell. ...Read more
We Work 4 U: I encourage you to communicate directly w/your ENT why you are unhappy or simply choose another doctor. You owe it to your health to be direct; as professionals, we need to encourage crystal- clear communication. Good luck! ...Read more
In what context: Ents usually will perform a more concentrated exam of the head and neck, if necessary. Ents have specially equipment, like flexible laryngoscope to look at the larynx (vocal cords), microscopes to look at the middle ear and ear drum magnified and telescopes to look up inside the nose and the openings where the sinuses drain, if symptoms or signs warrant. ...Read more
Non Complaint: If your doctor wants you to see ENT specialist, you a condition (you did not explain) need attention call for appointment and find time, your parents are needed as you are a minor (16 yr) and take care of that problem ...Read more
For your foot?: Hi. Why would you want to see an ENT for that foot problem of yours??? Hmmm? Sounds silly? Well no sillier than you asking a question about what kind of doctor to see without giving us any clue as to what the problem is. We're not mind readers on here. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Personal: As long as good visualization is achieved, either is reasonable. ...Read more
Tell us symptoms: Doctors guess at why patients have problems. In order to this we need clues such as when started, where in body occurs, what kind of pain, does pain radiate, any mechanical accidents, how does it relate to sleep, any weight loss, how does it interfere in your life, any fevers or weight loss, etc.. Without this information we are not able to guess. ...Read more
One of yalls doctors here said lpr can be diagnosed by ent in office without all them test and by physical examination how does it work?
Surgery and medical problems of head and neck, including:
ear, nose, throat, neck, face
sinusitis, allergy, nosebleeds
throat trouble- hoarseness, pain, cancer, tonsillitis, trouble swallowing,
ear infections, hearing loss
neck masses- thyroid, parotic, cysts, lymph nodes, glands, etc
mouth and throat issues
many others. ...Read more
Ask an ENT:
Audiologists do the test, but the ear, nose and throat physician makes the diagnosis and treatment plan. See also:
www. Richmondhearingaids. Net. ...Read more
Doctors what to do for balance/unsteadyness 24/7 for years if ENT apointment take months? : (worred : (
See Neurologist: How about seeing a neurologist? Someone like myself could get an appointment for you within days of calling the office. I believe many large academic centers (such as Cleveland Clinic and others) advertise same day appointments. I'm not sure why anybody CHOOSES to wait MONTHS to see anybody nowadays. ...Read more
Insurance is cheaper: At age 22, the cost of a single visit could pay for 3 months of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. If you are working you or your employer are required by law to obtain health Insurance. If you're not working then you probably qualify for government subsidized insurance at no cost. You never just need one visit to a doctor. Trying to pay out of pocket for medical care will break you. ...Read more
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