Menière's disease (MD) is an uncommon cause of sudden profound vertigo. A variety of medical and surgical treatments have been used to manage this condition. This study reviewed the outcomes of patients treated with grommet insertion and transtympanic steroid injection.
Snoring and so-called obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), where an individual stops breathing at night following an episode of loud snoring which repeats itself, is both a social and often a personal issue, that can interfere with reltatioships as well as a health concern for suffers. Snoring is generally treated with […]
BALLOONS MORE COMPLICATED THAN FIRST THOUGHT? My advice to patients is to choose their surgeons carefully when they opt for any procedures on the nose and sinuses as often procedures that are considered simple have significant compilations as discussed below. A recent study published in the American Journal of Rhinology […]
Janice’s tonsil cancer was caused by a virus she had 30 years ago. And more surprising still … she doesn’t even have any tonsils Janice Atkinson an independent MEP for South East England initially thought the pea-sized swelling that developed on the left side of her neck last summer was […]
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