Children with ear or sinus inflammation should be evaluated for immunodeficiency.

Experts say that frequent sickness is considered normal, especially for children who attend daycare or school. Stating that the situation may be slightly different in children born with congenital immunodeficiency, Pediatric Diseases, Pediatric Immunology Specialist Prof. Dr. Hülya Ercan Sarıçoban said, “Although children are weaker in fighting diseases, they may have to struggle with different diseases in their later lives. At this point, families should be very careful while observing children in every sense, ”he…

"Children with ear or sinus inflammation should be evaluated for immunodeficiency."

Ear calcification is 2 times more common in women! What are the symptoms of ear calcification? How is ear calcification treated?

Thursday, February 25, 2021 – 14:08 | Last Updated: 25 02 2021 – 14:08 Otosclerosis, known as ear calcification, affects women. Experts point out that if ear calcification, which is common in individuals aged 25-30, is not treated, the patient’s hearing loss will increase. So, what are the symptoms of ear calcification (Otosclerosis)? How to understand ear calcification? How is ear calcification treated? Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist Prof. Dr. Murat Topak talked about those…

"Ear calcification is 2 times more common in women! What are the symptoms of ear calcification? How is ear calcification treated?"

What are the causes of hearing loss in adults? How to treat hearing loss in the ear?

The incidence of hearing loss increases with age. Ear diseases and problems between the central nervous system and the auditory pathways are among the main causes of hearing loss, which is similar in almost every country. Prof. Dr. Yıldırım Ahmet Bayazıt touched upon the causes of hearing loss and drew attention to the fact that individuals with a family history of hearing loss may experience this problem starting from their 30s. CAUSES OF HEARING LOSS…

"What are the causes of hearing loss in adults? How to treat hearing loss in the ear?"