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 m... Readmore

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Advanced Treatments in ENT Disorders publish with an aim to improve the quality and value of ENT domain and make it more sustainable and patient-centered.

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