MBBS, MS - ENT
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CONSULTANT ENT SURGEON50 Years ExperienceMS,DLO
3 clinics for General Consultation
**** *** ****** ** *******, I'm visiting for almost 20+yrs and my experience was always really good. I always recommend to my relatives and friends to Dr. F.A. Rahman if they need to seek assistance for ENT problem.
Hi, I went to this doctor for throat blockage. A fish bone stuck near to my vocal card. I was suffering for more than 3 hrs. Since it is a covid time, all the hospitals, clinic are closed. Practo helped me at this time. I came to know about this doctor. First he tried to use a normal way to get it done, then he did endoscopy to find out where the bone lies, After 45 minutes of struggle he done it, Fish bone was disloged. I like his commitment to solve my problem. The hospital locality was not good, Fees can be reduced.
The Dr is very thorough in examination. The medication he prescribed worked really well. Any one with ent issues can avail his medical services.
** ** *** ** *** **** ******** He listens to us politely. And prescribes the **** medicines suitable for us.
Q: Who is Ear-nose-throat (ent) Specialist?
A: An ear-nose-throat (ENT) doctor specializes in the treatment of conditions related to the ear, nose, and throat. Otorhinolaryngologist is another name by which an ENT doctor is referred to. ENT is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders and conditions of the ear, nose, throat, and related areas of the head and neck.
Q: Is an Ear-nose-throat (ent) Specialist and an Otorhinolaryngologist different?
A: Otorhinolaryngologist is a doctor who treats conditions related to the ear, nose and throat. The more commonly used name to refer to an otorhinolaryngologist is an ENT specialist. Any health conditions that involves the ear, nose and throat are treated by an ENT doctor.ENT doctors administer medication or do surgical procedures to correct any physical defects in these organs.
Q: Does one need a referral to consult an Ear-nose-throat (ent) Specialist?
A: Generally, a person can consult an ENT specialist by taking a prior appointment. Those who have not booked an appointment can walk into the doctor’s clinic and wait in a queue for a consultation. In some cases, a patient may be referred to by another doctor or general physician to an ENT specialist. Such people may consult with a referral
Q: Should one consult an Ear-nose-throat (ent) Specialist in case of sinusitis?
A: An ENT specialist deals with problems related to ear, nose, and throat. A chronic infection of the sinuses causes sinusitis. You may visit a primary care doctor for sinusitis problem, but an ENT is the final authority to treat the condition. The sinuses are interconnected parts to the ear and nose, so an ENT is the best for treating sinusitis.
Q: Should one consult an Ear-nose-throat (ent) Specialist in case of injury to head and neck?
A: When a person gets injured in the head and neck, the first doctor that handles the case may be a trauma specialist or a neurologist. An ENT specialist deals with ear, nose, and throat, and related areas of head and neck. For better clarity of the impact of the injury, diagnosis and treatment consultation with an ENT is required