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Otorhinolaryngology is a branch of medicine that deals with diseases of the ear, throat, and nose, or ENT. Often, the treatment of ENT diseases is delayed for years, which deepens and worsens the effect of the disease. In this situation, it is advisable to choose the treatment of ear, nose and throat diseases abroad.
Otorhinolaryngology in the US is based on the application of the latest scientific developments and low-trauma procedures. The clinics of the Texas Medical Center are equipped with high-precision diagnostic equipment, which allows doctors to pinpoint the exact location of the problem and choose the most effective treatment strategies.
The top advantage of otolaryngology abroad is the use of minimally invasive methods and robotic surgery. Such opportunities allow us to approach the problem of ear, nose, throat, and hearing loss in new ways and achieve greater results. Trans-oral surgery allows for the removal of a variety of tumors and nasopharyngeal cysts without an external incisions. This improves the quality of the operation and shortens the patient’s rehabilitation period. It is also possible to correct a curved nasal septum without an external incision with extensively applied endoscopic treatment, cold plasma, and an adenoidectomy (removal of the adenoids). As a rule, recovery after these procedures is easier and faster.
The Texas Medical Center has a multitude of solutions to partial or total hearing loss. After the examination, the patient may be recommended the use of modern hearing aids or cochlear implants.
Houston Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy Clinic
One of the oldest otorhinolaryngology clinics in the United States, the Housotn Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy Clinic opened 1907. Today, Clinic doctors use the most modern and minimally invasive procedures to treat sinusitis, rhinitis, polyps, middle ear infections, and otitis. The Center pays special attention to hearing loss, snoring treatments, laryngitis, and tonsillitis (including surgery to remove glands in outpatient settings). Allergy testing and treatment is also available at the Clinc.
Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center - ENT
Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is a leader in the diagnosis of diseases of the ear, throat and nose. Patients can receive care for the simplest (pain in the throat) to the most severe (including malignant tumors) diagnoses. The Center boasts modern, cutting edge medical equipment which allows doctors to carry out complex operations with a short rehabilitation period. This short recovery time is aided by minimally invasive surgical procedures and the innovative navigation system Fusion™.
The Center's capabilities are much broader than just therapy and surgery. The Center is equipped to diagnose and treat cancers of the thyroid, skin, and salivary glands. Hearing loss is corrected with the help of hearing aids and cochlear implants. Center doctors have achieved outstanding results in rhinology (nose and sinus diseases), laryngology, and otology (various diseases of the middle ear, deafness).
Allergy & ENT Associates
At this practice, doctors focus on otorhinolaryngology for all ages. Treatments include ENT surgery, the removal of neoplasms in the airways, the correction of the nasal septum, and nasal congestion therapy. Pediatric ENT specialists treat complex ear infections, correct tongue issues, and remove the tonsils and adenoids as needed.
Another practice focus is the allergy and hypersensitivity treatment. After years of suffering, many international patients discover the true cause of their allergic reactions and symptoms here. Doctors perform the most modern and accurate tests for both common and rare allergens. In each case, the patient is offered an individualized immunity correction program meant to either significantly reduce or completely relieve allergy manifestations.
Texas Children's Hospital: Ear & Hearing Center
The Texas Children's Hospital is often the last hope for parents who dream about the improved health of their child. This is one of the few places in the world where children with hearing loss have the opportunity regain and fully develop their hearing. The department of pediatric otorhinolaryngology accepts patients from birth to 18 years old. It treats all ENT diseases and neurological disorders affecting the formation of speech (stammering, speech development delay, all kinds of speech and voice disorders). Doctors use the most minimally invasive and effective therapy methods and surgical techniques. ENT doctors work as a team with specialists from other departments to ensure a thorough examination and as accurate diagnosis. As many treatment methods are available only at Texas Children’s Hospital, the probability of your child’s returned good health is very high.