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Dr Ronald Chin’s Take On Vestibular Disorders
Vestibular neuritis is an inflammation of the inner ear or vestibulocochlear nerve or both
Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
Dr Ronald Chin’s Take On Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease
Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Drug Ototoxicity
Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Noise-Induced Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Presbycusis
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Congenital Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Take On Otosclerosis Diagnosis And Treatment
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Take On Otosclerosis
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Take On Mastoiditis Treatment
Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Mastoiditis
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Cholesteatoma
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Exostoses
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of Cerumen Impaction
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation For Otitis Externa
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Take on the Hearing Tests
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation of Types Of Hearing Loss
Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of The Physiology Of Hearing
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Explanation Of The Anatomy Of The Ear
Dr. Ronald Chin’s Method of Examining Oral Cavity
Dr Ronald Chin’s Way of Examining the Ear Paediatric Otolaryngology

Dr Ronald Chin’s Examination of The Larynx

Dr Ronald Chin’s Examination of The Larynx When you evaluate patients with voice disorders, throat pain, painful swallowing, neck masses, or referred otalgia, it’s crucial to conduct a thorough examination. To do this, we use a flexible laryngoscope. First, a small amount of topical anesthesia is sprayed into one nostril to numb the area. Then,…

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Dr Ronald Chin’s Examination of The Larynx

Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation of the House-Brackmann Facial Nerve Grading System

Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation of the House-Brackmann Facial Nerve Grading System The system consists of six grades: Normal, Mild dysfunction, Moderate dysfunction, Moderately severe dysfunction, Severe dysfunction, and Total paralysis. These grades help evaluate the overall condition of the facial nerve. To determine the grade, you have to judge three factors: gross functions, resting appearance,…

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Dr Ronald Chin’s Explanation of the House-Brackmann Facial Nerve Grading System
Dr Ronald Chin’s Way of Testing Facial Nerve Function
Dr Ronald Chin’s Way of Examining The Cranial Nerves

Dr. Ronald Chin’s Necessary ENT Instruments

Dr. Ronald Chin’s Necessary ENT Instruments Dr. Ronald Chin relies on essential instruments for examining and treating ENT conditions. These include the otoscope, which allows him to see inside the ears, and the tongue depressor, used to hold down the tongue for better throat visibility. To remove earwax or foreign objects, Dr. Chin utilizes the…

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Dr Ronald Chin relies on essential instruments for examining and treating ENT conditions

Dr. Ronald Chin’s Head and Neck System Review

Dr. Ronald Chin’s Head and Neck System Review A patient’s medical history helps you form a preliminary diagnosis. The patient’s complaints are important factors to consider. To confirm or correct your initial diagnosis, a physical examination and further investigations are necessary. The Head and Neck System Review focuses on symptoms related to specific areas. For…

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Examination of the Nose by Dr Ronald Chin Family ENT
Recovery And Care After A Grommets Surgery
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Dr Ronald Chin’s Take on the Examination of the Neck

Dr Ronald Chin’s Take on the Examination of the Neck One should first examine the patient from the front for any apparent lumps, scars, skin discolouration, or other anomalies. Next, palpate the patient’s neck from behind, examining the anterior and posterior triangles, larynx, thyroid gland, supraclavicular area, and lymph nodes. Once you’re done with all…

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The Effectiveness Of Chemotherapy And Targeted Therapy In Head And Neck Cancer

The Effectiveness Of Chemotherapy And Targeted Therapy In Head And Neck Cancer Can Head And Neck Cancer Can Be Cured? Cancer is a devastating disease that affects millions of people worldwide. Head and neck cancers can be particularly challenging to diagnose and treat due to their location in the body, yet with advances in modern…

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Dr Ronald Chin’s Take on the Examination of the Neck

Ent Surgeons

Ent Surgeons Childhood is a time of immense growth and development. It marks the transition from infancy to adulthood, with many challenges that require specialized expertise and knowledge to provide the best care possible for young patients. Enter paediatrics – the branch of medicine focused on providing comprehensive medical care for infants, children and adolescents…

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Can Your Hearing Loss Be Corrected with Surgery
Tinnitus Ringing In The Ears And What To Do About It

Signs and Symptoms of Central Vestibular Disorders

Signs and Symptoms of Central Vestibular Disorders The link between your ear and brain is called the vestibular system. It’s responsible for maintaining the balance of our bodies. However, many diseases can infect this system and can cause dizziness or vertigo. Let’s find out more. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is…

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Tinnitus Ringing In The Ears And What To Do About It
Disorders of The Outer Ear And Hearing Loss
A Complete Guide to the Different Types Of Hearing Loss
What Causes A Crackling Sound In the Ear

Risks Of Using Grommets

So, your child, or on the off chance you, has glue ear. The doctor has recommended putting a grommet in there through surgery. By now, you probably know what a grommet looks like. The idea of inserting a pipe in your ear sounds scary enough as it is. Thankfully, risks specific to grommet surgeries are…

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Risks Of Using Grommets
Recovery And Care After A Grommets Surgery

Preparing For A Grommets Surgery

You visited the doctor for your child’s earaches. They diagnosed them with glue ear. The doctors are recommending a grommets surgery if you want a quick recovery. You’re asking yourself – What are grommets? Are there any risks? Are there any alternatives? If I follow the doctor’s decision, how should I prepare? Etc. We’ll be…

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What Is Otitis Media

Otitis media or middle ear infection is a common reason for children needing to visit doctors. Ear infections often cause feeling pain, swelling, and bursting of the eardrum. Although Otitis Media can resolve on its own without any complications – sometimes it leads to hearing loss and long-term consequences. By age 3, more than 80%…

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