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Fauquier ENT
Board-certified ENT specialists for kids and adults: www.FauquierENT.net
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Possible Solution to Excessive Facial Sweating?
Image by artur84 on freedigitalphotos.net Every once in awhile, I see a patient with a chief complaint of excessive facial sweating. Treatment for this condition is quite limited with options that have unfortunate downsides. But one new recently FDA approve...
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New Video Showing When and How to Use Ear Drops
Given antibiotic ear drops are one of the more common prescriptions ENT doctors prescribe, this video explains how to properly use ear drops in 5 steps to treat mild swimmer's ear infections (otitis externa) as well as middle ear infections with or without ...
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Potential Increased Long-Term Risk of Diseases with Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy
The New York Times published a story on June 7, 2018 publicizing a Danish study that suggested that children under 9 years old undergoing tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy is at increased long-term risks of respiratory, infectious, and allergic diseases. (...
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Turn Apple AirPods Into Hearing Aids with iOS12 using iPhone
AirPods available on Amazon Given how pervasive iPhones  and AirPods are, Apple has taken a committed step to helping those who have difficulty with hearing things clearly. With its new upcoming iOS12 software update later this year, individuals who own bot...
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Tonsillectomy WITHOUT General Anesthesia Using Only Local Anesthesia
I always thought that tonsillectomy can only be performed under general anesthesia. I was wrong... In some countries even now, awake tonsillectomy is routinely performed using only local anesthesia. There has even been some papers written on this topic whic...
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What Stage Cancer Do I Have?
When a patient is informed that they have cancer, one of the very first question they ask is "What stage cancer do I have?" Even if the patient does not fully understand what staging actually means, most will understand that the worse the stage, the worse t...
What Stage Cancer Do I Have?
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Dr. Chang Referenced in ER Journal Article
First Page Preview It's nice to get noticed, even at the prestigious Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Two emergency room physicians at this hospital published an article on how to manage bleeding after tonsillectomy and used photos that Dr. Chang...
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Odactra - Under the Tongue Immunotherapy for Dust Mite Allergy
Website for Odactra The FDA formally approved Odactra , the fourth new sublingual allergy tablet to be sold in the United States that works the same way  allergy shots  do... but instead is dissolved  under the tongue  at home instead of a shot in the arm i...
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CPAP Mask Allergy - Try Cloth CPAP Mask
Cloth CPAP Mask by Circadiance For patients with obstructive sleep apnea , CPAP is the gold standard treatment. Most CPAP masks are made of plastic which is fine for the majority of patients. However, for a minority, the plastic itself seems to cause sino-n...
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Patulous Eustachian Tube - A Rare Ear Problem
In a normal human middle ear, there is a tunnel that connects to the back of the nose. When pressure builds up in the middle ear such as going up in an airplane, an individual is able to "pop" the ear thereby releasing the pressure and alleviating the clogg...
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