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Dr Ravi Charan Palwai

Dr Ravi Charan Palwai

   MBBS, MS (ENT)

   Sr. Consultant Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Neck Surgeon

   Experience: 25 years

   Location: HITEC City, Hyderabad

With more than 25 years of National and International experience in reputed healthcare centers, Dr. Ravi Charan Palwai is one of the best Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Neck Surgeon.
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Dr Sampurna Ghosh

   M.S (ENT)

   Consultant ENT and Head-Neck Surgeon

   Experience: 11 years

   Location: HITEC City, Hyderabad

Dr Sampurna Ghosh is a Consultant ENT and Head-Neck Surgeon . She is a trusted, patient focused and experienced doctor with a long history of serving patients by successfully diagnosing, treating and also managing their illnesses and diseases.
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Dr K P Goud

Dr K P Goud

   M.S (ENT)

   Consultant ENT Specialist

   Experience: 20 years

   Location: Chandanagar

Dr K P Goud is one of the leading Consultants in the department of ENT at Medicover Hospitals, Hyderabad. With extensive knowledge, he has 20 years of experience in this field.
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Dr CH Siva Kumar

Dr CH Siva Kumar

   MBBS, MS (Oto-Rhino-Laryngology)

   Consultant ENT Surgeon

   Location: Kakinada

Dr CH Siva Kumar is a Consultant ENT Surgeon, at Medicover Hospitals, Kakinada. He is expertise in Endoscopic Nose and Sinus Surgeries, Microscopic Ear surgeries, Micro laryngeal surgeries, Emergency ENT services.
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Dr. K. Shanthi

Dr. K. Shanthi

   MBBS, MS(ENT)

   Consultant ENT

   Location: Kurnool

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Frequently Asked Questions:


ENT specialists will diagnose problems related to the ear, throat and nose. They are specialized in treating issues related to hearing, swallowing, speech and breathing. Also, they manage to treat tumours, trauma and deformities related to the head, neck and face.



ENT and otolaryngologists are almost the same. The doctors are specialised in the medical and surgical treatment of diseases and ailments of the ear, nose, and throat, as well as other head and neck structures.



ENT specialists focus on the surgical treatment of disorders related to the ears, nose and throat. An otolaryngologist is a doctor who specialises in diagnosing and treating illnesses and diseases of the ears, nose, and throat.



ENT surgical procedures include:



The procedure of thyroplasty is used to alter the location of the vocal chord. This procedure is frequently done to improve a patient's voice and coughing abilities. Patients with vocal cord dysfunction may have a weak and breathing voice.



A cochlear implant is a small, complicated electronic device that provides sound sensation to those who are profoundly deaf or hard of hearing. It does not restore normal hearing, but it does provide a usable approximation of sounds to a deaf person.



Cochlear implants do not cure or repair hearing loss, but they do assist in perceiving sound sensations by bypassing the injured inner ear. Deaf people may now receive and process sounds and speech thanks to the operation.



There are two main types of sleep apnea that includes obstructive sleep apnea and central sleep apnea. When you sleep, your upper airway becomes partially or totally closed, causing obstructive sleep apnea. The lack of breathing movements is caused by central sleep apnea, which is caused by the cessation of respiratory drive.



Pediatric ENTs are specialists who treat children's ear, nose, and throat disorders medically and surgically. They also treat youngsters who have issues with breathing, airway feeding, or swallowing.



Microscopic ear surgery is a minimally invasive procedure for operating on the middle ear's tiny, delicate components. Perforations in the eardrum are common in children. This might arise as a result of an infection or an injury. And this is treated with a surgical operation that is performed for the reconstruction of eardrums and small bones of the middle ear.



This is a congenital birth abnormality that develops early in the embryonic stage. During the fifth week of foetal development, major neck structures emerge. Five bands of tissue called pharyngeal arches form during this time. When these arches do not grow properly, they can cause a variety of neck problems.



A cervical abscess is another name for neck abscess. It's a collection of pus that forms between the neck's structures as a result of an infection.



If you get a lot of nosebleeds, you should see an ENT who will examine you with an endoscope and check inside your nose before offering medication. They will cauterise the blood vessels inside the nose to stop the bleeding.



If the hearing loss is caused by calcified or benign tumours, an ENT specialist will be able to run several tests and, based on the results, will prescribe the appropriate treatment or may perform surgery. A person will be prescribed some medical variables and benefit from a hearing aid depending on the sort of hearing loss they have.