What is the full form of ENT?

  1. What is the full form of ENT?
  1. The full form of ENT is Ear Nose and throat. It is a branch of surgical subspecialty in medicine that deals in the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, and throat. It is also called Otorhinolaryngology. The doctor who is specialized to treat ear, nose, throat, neck, and head-related problems is called an otolaryngologist or ENT specialist.

    Medical condition Treated by ENT Specialist

    ENT specialists treat a variety of problems related to ear, nose, and throat, some of which are given below:

    Treat Ear disorder such as dizziness, ringing in the ears (called tinnitus)

    Treat Hearing loss, Allergies

    Treat Congenital disorders of the ear (disorder by birth)

    Treat Speech disorder and swallowing.

    Treat problem-related to nasal cavity, nose, and sinus.

    Treat tumor of the ear, nose, throat, and mouth.

    ENT specialists perform cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of ear, nose, face, etc.

    Subspecility of Otolaryngology

    Pediatric Otolaryngology
    Specialist in ENT problems in children.

    Specialist in ears, balance, and tinnitus problems.

    Specialist in allergies problems.

    Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery
    Specialist in cosmetics surgery of face.

    Specialist in nose and sinuses problems.

    Specialist in throat, voice and swallowing problems.

    Head and neck surgery Specialist in treatment tumor of head and neck.
What is the full form of ENT?