Proper First Aid for Nosebleeds

Sporadic, spontaneous nosebleeds aren’t much to worry about as they’re typically brought on by dry weather, the common cold, or trauma to the outside of the nose. However, more severe nosebleeds nearly always require professional attention. Many people believe that when you get a nosebleed, you should pinch your nose and lay down or tilt…  read more

  • Posted on: Jun 27 2014
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The Different Types of Hearing Loss

There are many different types of deafness and hearing loss, and they’re typically differentiated by the part of the ear they affect. Hearing loss is common, and the causes often vary by age. The populations most affected by hearing loss are small children and the seniors over the age of 75. Deafness is broadly categorized…  read more

  • Posted on: May 28 2014
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What is a Panendoscopy?

Throat issues can manifest themselves in a number of different ways, from sore throat or irritation to frequent coughing and difficulty swallowing. Some patients will also be able to feel lumps or foreign bodies within their throat or at the back of the neck, both of which can result in severe pain. For patients experiencing…  read more

  • Posted on: May 2 2014
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Are Head or Neck Lumps Dangerous?

Lumps that appear on your head or neck are common. For many, these lumps cause no significant pains and are not usually a reason for concern. However, once a lump is detected, it is always recommended by a doctor that these lumps be closely examined so that malignancy will be ruled out. While head and…  read more

  • Posted on: Mar 31 2014
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What to Know about Deviated Septums

A deviated septum occurs when the bone and cartilage inside the nose becomes crooked or misshapen. While a deviated septum can often make a nose look  crooked and unflattering, it can also cause a patient to experience serious breathing problems. So, what exactly causes a deviated septum? In some cases, the patient is actually born…  read more

  • Posted on: Feb 24 2014
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Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

For many people, snoring is simply an annoyance. For others, snoring is one of the first signs of  sleep apnoea, a potentially serious breathing disorder in which a person’s breathing repeatedly stops and starts  during sleep. Let’s take a closer look at this disorder, and how it can be treated: Sleep apnoea is a serious…  read more

  • Posted on: Jan 28 2014
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What You Should Know About Septoplasty

Septoplasty is a corrective procedure that straightens the nasal septum — the partition between the two nasal cavities — after it becomes bent or deviated due to trauma or  injury. A deviated or bent septum can create a number of issues, including difficulty breathing. Let’s take a closer look at septoplasty. Septoplasty has several purposes….  read more

  • Posted on: Dec 26 2013
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Rhinoplasty – Inside AND Out

  One of the frequent complaints I hear from potential rhinoplasty / septorhinoplasty  patients is one of nasal obstruction. It makes sense that if a nose is bent, or otherwise structurally abnormal, that internally it may be as well. Of course for some, it is only the appearance that is a problem and there is…  read more

  • Posted on: Nov 5 2013
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Sinusitis in Children?

There is a dictum in Medicine: “Common things happen commonly”. Doctors in training hear it all the time. It seems obvious, and that’s why doctors usually opt for the commonest diagnosis topping the list of possibilities when presented with any particular patient. Call it an educated guess. A gambler would call it a good bet….  read more

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