Dr. D.Y. Patil Dental College and Hospital
In Navi Mumbai

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  • Diploma
  • Navi mumbai

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Navi Mumbai
Dr. D.Y. Patil Dental College and Hospital Dental Hospital Building, Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyanagar, Sec, 400706, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

Course Contents
A. - Anatomy & Physiology of Ear, Nose & Throat and esophagus.
- The ears and nasal sinuses in the aerospace environment
- Physiological consideration of pressure effects on the ear and sinuses in deep water
- The generation and reception of speech
- Radiographic anatomy of the ear, nose, throat and imaging.
- Bacteriology in relation to Otorhinolaryngology.
- Allergy and rhinitis
- The principles of cancer immunology with particular reference to head and neck cancer.
- Principles of chemotherapy in head and neck caner.
- Haematology in relation to Otolaryngology
- Anaesthesia for Otolaryngology
- Pharmacology of drugs used in ENT
- Electrolyte, Fluid balance/shock conditions
- Use of teaching aids
- Routine blood, urine testing
- Preparation of slides
- Facial nerve stimulation test
- Audiometric tests like pure tone Audiometry, Beckesy’s
- Audiometry, Impedance Audiometry, Free field Audiometry, specialized tests of hearing
including SISI, Tone decay, ABLB, speech discrimination score etc.
- Vestibular tears like caloric testing (Water & Air) stopping test, Fukuda’s test, cranio
corpography recording of nystagmus by ENG and its interpretation.
- Evoked response audiometry.
- The Physical and functional examination of the ear.
- The functional and physical examination of the vestibular system.
- Tinnitus
- Infections of external ear
- Repair of deformities f the external ear.
- Congenital conditions of the middle ear cleft.
- Traumatic conductive deafness
- Acute inflammation of the middle ear cleft.
- Non-suppurative otitis media.
- Chronic suppurative otitis media
- Management of Chronic superlative otitis media.
- Complications of infections of middle ear.
- Tumors of the middle ear cleft and temporal bone
- Diseases of the otic capsule-otosclerosis
- Diseases of the otic capsule-other diseases
- The deaf child
- Traumatic lesions of the inner ear.
- Inflammatory lesions of the vestibular and auditory nerve.
- Acoustic neuroma
- Ototoxicity
- Presbyusis
- Vascular lesions of the inner ear
- Diagnosis and management of sudden and fluctuant sensorinerual hearing loss.
- Meniere’s disease
- Neurologic aspects of vertigo
- Facial paralysis
- Rehabilitation of adults with acquired
- Hearing loss-Hearing aids
- The cochlear Implants
- Nystagmus and Electornystagmography
- Skull base/Neurologic surgery
Nose:-- Examination of the nose
- Conditions of the external nose
- Injuries of the facial skeleton
- Cosmetic surgery of the nose
- Congenital diseases of the nose
- The nasal septum
- Foreign bodies in the nose, rhinolith
- Epistaxis
- Acute chronic inflammations of the nasal cavities.
- Vasomotor rhinitis-allergic and non-allergic
- Nasal polyposis
- Abnormalities of smell
- Acute sinusitis
- Chronic sinusitis
- Nasal Allergy/Fungal allergic sinusitis
- Complications of acute and chronic sinusitis
- Non healing granuloma of the nose
- Tumors of nose and sinuses
- Facial pains
- Trans-ethmoidal hypophysectomy
- Surgery of the pterygo palatine fossa
- FESS/LASER Surgery
- Methods of examinations of the mouth and pharynx
- Diseases of the mouth
- Diseases of the salivary glands
- Pharyngeal lesions associated with general diseases.
- Diseases of the tonsils and adenoids (excluding nepolasms)
- Tumors of the pharynx
- Hypopharyngeal diverticulum (Pharyngeal Pouch)
- Oesophageal conditions in the practice of ear, nose and throat surgery.
- Methods of examining and larynx and tracheobronchial tree
- Congenital diseases of the larynx.
- Laryngeal disorders in singers and other voice users.
- Neurological affections of larynx and pharynx
- Disorders of speech
- Intubation of the larynx, laryngotomy and tracheostomy
- Cervical node dissection.
- Skin grafts in Otolaryngology
- Lower respiratory conditions in Otolaryngology
- Micro laryngeal surgery/thyroplasty
a) - Functional Anatomy of cerebellum and brainstem
- Cranial nerves
- Raised intracranial tension-cause, diagnosis, management with particular reference to
otitis hydrocephalus
- Head injuries and I.C. Haemorrhage.
- Pituitary gland, anatomy, physiology hypo and hyper pituitarism, new growths.
- Intracranial venous sinuses and their affections.
b) - Osteology: skull, mandible cervical and thoracic vertebral sternum
- Cervical fascia, facial spaces in neck, retro pharyngeal and parapharyngeal Abscesses.
- Anatomy and physiology of thyroid, gland, goitre, diseases of the thyroid and carcinoma
of thyroid.
- Anatomy of mediastinum, large blood vessels in neck, thoracic duck development of
major cervical, and thoracic blood vessels
- Pleura, plural cavity, bronchopulmnary segments and their clinical importance.
- Facial plastic surgery
- Head and neck reconstructive surgery.
- Physiology of circulation, regulation of blood pressure, reactions of body to
haemorrhage, pathophysiology of shock, fluid balance, blood transfusion and its hazards,
fluid replacement therapy, burns.
- Antihistaminic
- Nasal vaso constrictors
- Local anaesthetics
- Cortico steroids
- Cyto-toxic agents
- Antibiotics
- Radioactive isotopes
- Antifungal agents

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