ENT disorders means the disorders related to ear, nose and throat. The ears and nose are sensory organs, which are necessary for the senses of hearing, balance and smell. The throat mainly functions as a pathway through which food and fluids travel to the esophagus and air passes to the lungs. Otolaryngology is the medical specialty that deals with disorders and conditions of the ear, nose and throat (ENT) region.<… Readmore

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2020-11-09 Review Article


Auditory effects and consequences of noise pollution in humans: A scoping review

Nazia Begam and Abu Bashar*


Noise is widespread in everyday life and can cause both auditory and non-auditory health impacts. Noise-induced hearing loss remains highly prevalent in occupational settings and is now increasingly caused by exposure to social and environmental noise. Incidence of noise-indu…

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2020-09-23 Rapid Communication


Audit of the effect of non-nasal specific scoring on the Postoperative SNOT22 questionnaire

Samir Gendy*


The Sino-nasal outcome test (SNOT22) has been widely adopted in clinical practice and has been declared as the most suitable sinonasal outcome scoring system. It is simple disease specific encompassing 22 symptoms reflecting health burden of the rhino- logical patients.

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2020-05-13 Review Article


Impact of Community Oriented Ear Care (COEC) on national programme for control of deafness in India: A critical look

Sanjeev Davey*, Anuradha Davey and Rajesh Jain


The National Programme for Prevention and Control of Deafness (NPCD) was launched in 2006 by Government of India, but despite its phase wise implementation, the community oriented ear care has not been properly realized in view of existing IPHS Standards 2012 at PHC Level. So…

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2019-09-19 Research Article


Prevalence of disabling hearing loss in the elderly

Letícia Raquel Baraky Vasconcelos, Paula Ferraz Rodrigues, Paula Liziero Tavares and Audryo Oliveira Nogueira*


Introduction: Disabling hearing loss refers to hearing thresholds superior than 40 dB in the better ear in the adults. The main cause of hearing loss in the elderly is the age-related hearing loss, also called presbycusis. This type of hearing impairment occu…

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2019-07-12 Research Article


Feasibility study on the evaluation of the effect of narrow-band CEChirp ASSR in the hearing fi eld after hearing aid in hearingimpaired children

Wang Yonghua* and Xing Shuoyao


Objective Study: Whether the narrow-band CE-Chirp ASSR test in the sound field is an objective evaluation method for the hearing aid compensation effect, and whether there is a difference in children with different hearing loss levels.


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2019-04-26 Review Article


Topical Management of chronic rhinosinusitis – A literature review

Aremu Shuaib Kayode* and Tesleem Olayinka Orewole


Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is an inflammatory condition involving nasal passages and the paranasal sinuses for 12 weeks or longer [1]. It can be subdivided into three types: CRS with nasal polyposis (CRS with NP), CRS without nasal polyposis (CRS without NP), and Allerg…

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2018-05-04 Opinion


Recent advances in pathophysiology and management of subglottic Hemangioma

Mohamed Khamis Tolba Mahmoud Abdalla*


Subglottic hemangioma is the most common vascular tumor of the larynx of pediatrics; in contrast, it is relatively uncommon, accounting for an estimated 1.5% of congenital laryngeal anomalies [1].

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2018-01-18 Opinion


For professionals working on the topic of cochlear implantation: Opinions of readers of “Instruction” and participants of MIMIC

Petrov SM*


To facilitate understanding some issues of cochlear implantation for new beginners we wrote 1- “The Instruction for audiologists and cochlear implanted patients” and created 2-Demo-program MIMIC. Here are opinions of readers of “The Instruction” and pa…

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2017-10-11 Opinion


Practical implementation of the SWEEP-session of Stimulation- Registration in CI fitting

Petrov SM*


Levels of electrically evoked stapedial reflex thresholds (eESRTs) are frequently used as most comfortable levels (MCL) in cochlear implant fitting. The problem of routine one-channel-technique of reflexometry is long duration of this procedure. In order to “compress th…

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2017-07-21 Research Article


Changes in the frequency and intensity of Tinnitus using the Suppressive Noise Spectrum

Ming Zhang*, Alysia Jeske and Sarah Young


Objective: To report findings of improvement in patient tinnitus intensity and changes in frequency using a novel suppressive noise spectrum.

Design: Single-subject; each subject served as his or her own control. Each patient receiv…

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