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Ear-nose-throat diseases

An otolaryngologist deals with the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, and throat diseases in adults and children. The main problems and reasons for consulting an otolaryngologist or otorhinolaryngologist: are runny nose, cough, sore throat, nosebleeds, tonsillectomy, adenoid removal, and hearing loss.

The otolaryngology nurse performs a hearing test (tone audiometry screening).

You can see an otolaryngologist or an otolaryngologist without a referral. Reception financed by the Health Insurance Fund takes place only if there is a referral letter.

    Consultation with the otorhinolaryngologist

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    Otorhinolaryngologist is concerned with diagnosing and treating ear, nose and throat diseases of both adults and children.

    We recommend visiting the doctor when suspecting an acute or chronic ear, nose or throat disease, if you have problems with breathing through the nose or if you have frequent nose bleeds. You can also visit when you need an expert opinion on removing tonsils or adenoids, or if you are having trouble breathing while sleeping.

    In the consultation, the doctor examines your nose, throat and ears, assesses complaints, and decides whether there is a need for further examinations. The consultation includes oto- and rhinomicroscopy, epipharyngoscopy, and indirect laryngoscopy. If necessary, the doctor will prescribe an audiometric examination in order to measure hearing acuteness.

    This service can also be booked in the National eBooking system Digiregistratuur »

    100 €

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    Service: Consultation with the otorhinolaryngologist

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