How to perform a careful examination of the ear, including using the auroscope (otoscope) and performing tuning fork tests of hearing. The relevant anatomy and physiology is also explained.
How to examine the nose, including assessing the structure and function of the nose and using a Thudicum speculum. The underlying anatomy and physiology of the nose is also discussed.
How to examine the mouth and oropharynx, including the salivary glands and temporomandibular joint. The relevant anatomy and physiology is also discussed.
How to examine the neck. The relevant anatomy, including the position of the various groups of lymph nodes is discussed.
How to perform a careful examination of the balance system, combining ENT, neurological and cardiovascular elements. The relevant anatomy and physiology is also explained.
This tutorial describes how to assess swallowing and treat patients with swallowing difficulties. It includes an overview of the relevant anatomy and physiology.
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This is a collaboration between the University of Leicester, ENT UK (the professional body for ENT surgeons in the UK), University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and University College London. Additional support has been provided by the Peninsula and Trent NHS Deaneries.
This resource is available as a free access resource for medical students at the University of Leicester.