Ear / Nose / Throat / Mouth

These parts of the body are actually the upper end of the airways system and are prone to viral infections, particularly in the colder months. If you think you may have an infection but are wondering “What are the symptoms of (for example) laryngitis?” or have been told your child has glue ear but think “What exactly is glue ear?” then this section will provide you with some answers. There is also information about hearing and balance and common conditions affecting them such as ear wax, hearing loss in older people and vertigo. You can read all about the symptoms and check the available treatments in our doctor-authored leaflets.

Acoustic NeuromaAcute Sinusitis
AntihistaminesBad Breath (Halitosis)
Barotrauma of the EarBenign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
Blocked Nose in Babies ('Snuffles')Boil in the Ear Canal
CholesteatomaChronic Sinusitis
Cleft Lip and PalateCough
Cough MedicinesCoughs and Colds in Children
Difficulty Swallowing (Dysphagia)Dizziness
Dry MouthEar Infection (Otitis Externa)
Ear Infection (Otitis Media)Earache/Ear Pain and Other Ear Problems
Ears and FlyingEarwax
EpiglottitisEustachian Tube Dysfunction
Glandular Fever (Infectious Mononucleosis)Globus Sensation
Glue EarGlue Ear - Picture Summary
Goitre (Thyroid Swelling)Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (Wegener's Granulomatosis)
Hay FeverHearing Loss of Older People (Presbyacusis)
Hearing ProblemsHearing Tests
House Dust Mite and Pet AllergyHow to Use Nose Drops
Laryngeal (Throat) CancerLaryngitis
Ménière's DiseaseMouth (Oral) Cancer
Mouth CareMouth Ulcers
Nasal CongestionNasal Polyps
Nosebleed (Epistaxis)Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome
Operations for Glue EarOral Hygiene
OtosclerosisPerforated Eardrum
Persistent RhinitisRhinoplasty (Augmentation)
Rhinoplasty (Reduction)Salivary Gland Stones (Salivary Calculi)
Setting Back Prominent EarsSmell and Taste Disorders
SnoringSore Throat
Steroid Nasal SpraysTemporomandibular Joint Disorders
The Ears, Hearing and BalanceThe Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands
Thyroid CancerTinnitus
Tonsils and AdenoidsTopical Steroids (excluding Inhaled Steroids)
Vertigo and How to Treat ItVestibular Neuritis and Labyrinthitis