Migraine Headaches

Introduction Although any head pain can be miserable, a migraine headache is often disabling. In some cases, these painful headaches are preceded or accompanied by a sensory warning sign (aura). A migraine headache is also often accompanied by other signs and...

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Skull Base Osteomyelitis

What is Skull Base Osteomyelitis? It is a serious infection of the bone with a high risk of complications causing nerve paralysis and even death. There are variety of names for this condition, including necrotizing external otitis, and malignant otitis externa.  ...

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Turbinate Hypertrophy

Picture this: You are in the midst of an internal meeting at the workplace. Your boss or senior colleague is championing the virtues of his latest idea on cost-cutting measures. Slowly, his voice lapses into a muter, even while his animated face steadily starts to...

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Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

What is the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)? You may not have heard of it, but you use it hundreds of times every day. It is the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), immediately in front of the ear on each side of your head. The temporomandibular joint is also called the jaw...

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Rhinitis Medicamentosa

Rhinitis medicamentosa (RM) Is otherwise known as rebound rhinitis is a medical term for a drug-induced, nonallergic form of rhinitis. It is a condition characterized by nasal congestion without running nose or sneezing that is triggered by the use of nasal...

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Is it a Cold or Covid 19?

Cold or Covid 19? The common cold and COVID are both respiratory illnesses, the former affect only the upper respiratory track while the latter can affect the lungs too. Both of these viruses can cause similar symptoms, like cough, sore throat, runny nose, and body...

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Adenoids and Adenoidectomy

Adenoids and AdenoidectomyAdenoids are made of glandular tissue and are part of the immune system. They hang from the upper part of the back of the nasal cavity. You cannot see your adenoids. If needed, a doctor can look at the adenoids by using a small flexible...

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Allergic Rhinitis

What is allergic rhinitis? The nose is separated into two passages by a wall of cartilage called the septum and is lined with a membrane that produces mucus. The mucus, a thin clear liquid, traps small particles and bacteria that are drawn into the nose as a person...

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