Ear, Nose and Throat
<p>Ear, nose and throat (ENT) problems can impact your life in many ways, affecting your hearing, sleep, breathing, and even your sense of balance. An otolaryngologist, also called a head and neck surgeon, treats these issues, as well as more serious problems like cancer.<a id="fck_paste_padding"></a></p>Learn more
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Ear, Nose and Throat Q&As
Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
What is the aerodigestive tract?
<p>The aerodigestive tract is the combined organs and tissues of the respiratory tract and the upper part of the digestive tract (including the lips, mouth, tongue, nose, throat, vocal cords, and part of the esophagus and windpipe).<br /><br />This answer is based on source information from the National Cancer Institute.</p>
- QHow do we hear?
- QWhat is a laryngoscopy?
- QWhat are ear, nose and throat specialists (otolaryngologists)?
- QWhy do we have ear wax?
- QWhat kinds of cancer does an otolaryngologist treat?
- QWhat causes protruding ears?
- QHow can I relieve stuffiness when flying?
- QCan the human voice shatter glass?
- QHow does air pressure affect my sinuses?
- QHow can I keep my ears healthy?
- QWhat are ways to stop sinus drainage?
- QWhat can I do about the white bumps that form on my tonsils?
- QWhat is acute parotitis?
- QHow can I remove earwax?