Ent surgeon Gujarat, Ent Doctor Gujarat, ENT Specialist Gujarat - Ahmedabad

Friday, 6 February 2015

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City: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Offer type: Offer


Contact name drmanish goyal
Phone 9825442482

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The outer ear consists of the pinna, ear canal and ear drum. The pinna catches the sound and sends to ear drum via ear canal. The ear canal has a protective lining of hairs and glands that produce wax, which traps dust and stops small objects. The ear drum is a thin membrane which separates the middle ear from the ear canal. when sound travels down the ear canal, the ear drum vibrates and passes it to middle ear. The middle ear is an air filled cavity that contains three small bones or ossicles. The ossicles are called malleus, incus and stapes. Vibration of ear drum is amplified by the ossicles and then passed to the inner ear.
The middle ear is connected to the nose by Eustachian tube and to another air filled cavity behind the ear called mastoid. The Eustachian tube maintains pressure out side and inside the drum whilst opening during yawning and swallowing. The inner ear is delicate and complex. It contains cochlea which changes sound vibrations into a nerve signal, and vestibule with semicircular canals, which maintain our sense of balance and position. Hearing loss arises when any part of ear starting from outer ear to cochlea is diseased. Balance is a complex process and requires information from semicircular canals, the eyes and special sensors in major joints, particularly in the neck. This information is sent to a part of brain called cerebellum. Even a small problem with any one of these information source can make one feel dizzy. . Deafness (including glue ear) A total inability to hear is fortunately very rare.
Occasionally children are born with a profound or complete hearing loss, sometimes in adulthood one acquires hearing loss, usually only in one ear but there are many causes of partial hearing loss or commonly there is a gradually progressive loss as seen in old age. Hearing loss is described as conductive when there is an inability of the sound waves in the air to reach the nerves of hearing (the cochlea). This type of hearing may be treated with an operation. The other type of deafness is sensorineural hearing loss where there is a failure of the nerves or part of the brain. This is not usually treated by surgery (with the exception of a cochlea implant in selected cases). It may be treated with a hearing aid.
Tonsils and adenoids are part of your lymphatic system. Tonsils are in the back of your throat and your adenoids are higher up, behind your nose. They help protect you from infection by trapping germs coming in through your mouth and nose. Sometimes your tonsils and adenoids become infected themselves. Tonsillitis makes your tonsils sore and swollen. Enlarged adenoids can be sore, make it hard to breathe and cause ear problems.
Dr. Goyal has built his career on strong clinical foundation with focus offering comprehensive prospective to the management of complex ENT cases. He has experience in ENT more than 10 years. Apart from routine ENT work his expertise includes Endoscopic Nasal surgeries (FESS) skull base surgeries, (Minimally invasive transnasal approach to access central brain using nose as corridor.
Hearing restoration Microscopic ear surgeries, Cochlear Implant (Surgery for complete hearing impaired), BAHA, Laser assisted Micro Laryngeal (Voice) surgeries, Snoring & sleep apnea surgeries, Ear reconstruction surgeries, Surgeries for facial palsy, Nose cosmetic surgeries and Endoscopic Thyroid surgeries.
Opp. Doordarshan, Drive-In Road
Memnagar, Ahmedabad. Gujarat
Call Dr. Manish Goyal at +91 98254 42482, +91 79 6611 5600
Email us - manishgoyal_ent@yahoo.com
Website - httpwww.drmanishgoyal.com