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The ENT Department of Sri Ramakrishna Hospital boasts advanced technology operated by some of the most experienced surgeons and skilled Ent Specialist In Coimbatore. We were among the first private hospitals in the region to pioneer the transsphenoidal approach to pituitary surgery more than twenty years ago and our specialists have stood right at the forefront of the field ever since.

Our ENT specialists work in close collaboration with Neurosurgeons to execute complex, advanced skull base procedures endoscopically. We routinely perform adenoidectomies and tonsillectomies as well as more advanced endoscopic sinus surgeries and CSF leak repairs.

Our goal is to give the patient maximum relief within minimal pain inflicted.

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What are symptoms of ear, nose, and throat infection?
An ear can show signs like earache, and discharge; nose can likely cause a blocked or runny nose; and throat infection can show signs like sore throat and scratchy or painful throat.
Otitis media (middle ear infection) is a consequence of non-allergic rhinitis. The eustachian tube at the back of the nose can get clogged with rhinitis. If this tube does not work properly, fluid can build up in the middle ear (behind the eardrum) and cause infection.
It is necessary to treat ear infections. They can cause unneeded pain and irreparable hearing loss in your child if left untreated. Infections of the ear usually clear up within a few days. Over-the-counter (OTC) pain medications or ear drops will most likely be used to address your child's pain and fever.
Sinus surgery is recommended by specialists for patients who are suffering from sinus issues. Sinus issues can cause signs like difficulty in breathing. Sri Ramakrishna Hospital offers most advanced sinus surgery procedures including minimally invasive procedures to avoid any major complications and help in quick recovery.
Even though it's rare, a sinus infection can sometimes spread to the eye sockets or brain. If the infection gets to the eyes, it can make them red, cause swelling around the eyes, and make it hard for you to see.
Most cases of viral pharyngitis clear up in up to seven days. If you have bacterial pharyngitis, taking medication for two or three days will help you feel better.


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