A Brief Introduction to Pediatric Otolaryngology

by admin on August 18, 2017

Memphis-based otolaryngologist Rande Lazar, MD, is a fellow of the International College of Surgeons at the American College of International Physicians. Rande Lazar, MD, completed his fellowship training at LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center in Memphis, where he focused his studies on pediatric otolaryngology. Like otolaryngologists specializing in adults, pediatric otolaryngologists perform medical and surgical treatment of conditions involving the ear, nose, and throat. In particular, otolaryngologists address disorders such as ear infections and balance disorders, chronic sinusitis, allergies, and communication disorders involving the throat and larynx. Pediatric otolaryngologists have experience working with children, enabling them to communicate with their patients and provide the best treatment possible. Because children cannot always communicate their pain in an easily understandable manner, pediatric otolaryngologists must use special medical examination techniques to identify the exact problem. Furthermore, pediatric otolaryngologists often diagnose childhood communication disorders stemming from abnormalities in the structures of the ear, nose, and throat.

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