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Operations in ENT

  •  Adenotomia: see above
  • Auditory canal operation: for ex.in patients who have got so called exostosis, which means, that the ear canal is very narrow (quite often in swimmers/divers)
  • Middle ear operation: either to repare a broken eardrum, to replace some or all of the tiny bones in the middle ear (hammer, incus, stirrup) or to do a masteodektomia (opening up the part of the bone behind the middle ear, because of a chronical infection)
  • Microlaryngoscopia: if the ENT should have seen an alteration for ex.of the vocals (during the endoscopia in the practice), he can explorate the whole larynx with a special microscope and he can also take samples to send them to the pathologist
  • Nose septum operation: an operation the ENT specialist would just do when the cartilage is so deformed that the patient can´t breathe through the nose and other operations like the RF (radiofrequencetherapy) won´t do
  • Paranasal sinus: in patients who have a chronical infection in one or more (or all) paranasal senos. There are 4 diferent types: maxillary s., frontal s., ethmoid s., sphenoid s. These operations are carried out with special endocopic equipment. During the operation the doctor can also take samples.
  • Salivary gland operation: in patients who have repeatedly stone in the gland (parotis or submandibularis), cysts or a tumor.
  • Tonsillectomy: in patients who have more than 3 times tonsillitis per year in which the tonsils are with pus and he has to take antibiotics (WHO). These tonsils are „useless“ and can cause problems in the heart, kidneys, joints.
  • Tonsillotomy: in children or adults. When the tonsils are far too big and the patient has problems in breathing. As these tonsils are not infected, there is no point in taking them out. We can reduce the size of them and they can still „work for the immune system“.
  • Turbinates: in ancient times patients feared this operation. And I don´t blame them for that: it used to be a very bloody operation. The nose of the poor patient was blocked with tampons for 2 days and he had to stay in hospital for about 5 days . Nowadays there is no general anaesthetic. The patient sits down in a chair, just the nose is anesthetized. The actual operation lasts 5 minutes and the patient can go straight away home!! The operation is called RF (see above) or coblation.

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