An initial consultation with a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist is recommended for the following symptoms:
- nasal breathing is difficult;
- redness, sore throat;
- ear pain and discomfort;
- opaque nasal discharge that is accompanied by fever and cough;
- sudden loss of sense of smell and hearing;
- swelling of the neck, enlarged lymph nodes (submandibular, behind-the-ear);
- change or loss of voice;
- cough that does not respond to long-term treatment, and so on.
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When should I contact a pediatric ENT specialist?
- if a congenital pathology is suspected or present;
- for the purpose of preventive examination (before kindergarten, school, university admission);
- dispensary monitoring of chronic diseases;
- in case of head (ear, nose) injury;
- presence of a foreign body in the throat, nose, ear;
- during seasonal diseases (acute respiratory viral infections, rhinosinusitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis), etc.
How to prepare for a consultation with a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist?
Take all records and research results with you if your child has previously been examined or treated by an otorhinolaryngologist.
What diseases does pediatric ENT-specialist treat?
At St. Paraskeva Medical Center, pediatric ENT specialist specializes in the treatment of all diseases of the ears, nose and throat: otitis media, sinusitis, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, tracheitis, adenoiditis, sinusitis, glossitis, stomatitis, etc.
What examinations does a pediatric otorhinolaryngologist prescribe?
Taking into account the clinical case, the doctor may prescribe: laboratory blood tests, bacterial seeding, ultrasound, X-ray, CT, audiometry (determination of hearing acuity), tympanometry (examination of the middle ear).
- experienced professionals who will find an approach to your child;
- evidence-based treatment;
- video endoscopic examination;
- availability of equipment necessary for diagnosis and prescription of effective treatment;
- providing surgical care.