Treating and Managing Ear Fluid

Be ENT Smart / Latest Research & Guidelines What Is Ear Fluid? Ear fluid, also called otitis media with effusion (OME), is a build-up of mucus or liquid behind the ear drum without symptoms of infection. Is It Possible That…

Strategies for Improving the Listening and Learning Environment

Be ENT Smart / Latest Research & Guidelines Improve How Your Child Listens and Learns Get the child’s attention before speaking and, when possible, get within three feet of the child. Turn off competing sounds, such as music and television…

Ear Fluid and Newborn Hearing Screening FAQs

Middle ear fluid is a very common cause of a failed newborn hearing screen and is found in about six out of every 10 children who fail.

Speech and Language Development

Also called ear fluid, OME can affect your child’s ability to hear normally. This information will help you better understand how ear fluid might affect your child.

Understanding Ear Fluid

Ear fluid, or OME, occurs in the middle ear. The middle ear is an air-filled space just behind the eardrum.

Treating Acute Bacterial Rhinosinusitis (ABRS)

Adult sinusitis is often called a sinus infection. A doctors may refer to a sinus infection as rhinosinusitis (pronounced rhi-no-sign-you-side-tis).

Diagnosis of Acute Sinusitis

Sinusitis, or rhinosinusitis, affects about 1 in 8 adults annually and generally occurs when viruses or bacteria infect the sinuses and begin to multiply.

FAQs: Rhinoplasty Patients

It is not unusual to have swelling and perhaps bruising, depending on the type of rhinoplasty. It may take about seven to 10 days for bruising to resolve.