Medical conditions related to this field and especially ear diseases are very common in pediatrics. This is the area on the site that will be dedicated to those situations.

Notice the differences between ear infections: Acute otitis media (What we all call regular ear infection), Purulent otitis mediaExternal otitis (swimmer’s ear) and Otitis media with effusion (what we all call fluids in the ear). Parental understanding between the various situations will make it easier for you to understand the meaning and ways of treating each situation and to improve the treatment of your child.

Another chapter in this area discusses the topic so common in children – the Adenoid tonsil (sometimes called the third tonsil).

All information about ENT diseases

Thyroglossal cyst in children and adults

Tonsil reduction or resection in children

Otitis media with effusion (ear fluids)

Acute otitis externa (Swimmer’s inflammation)

Acute otitis media

Epistaxis (nosebleeds) in children

Everything you need to know about laryngomalacia in infants

Enlarged adenoids in kids and adenoidectomy (polyp)

Rhinosinusitis in children

Purulent otitis media