ENT is the specialty of communication, involving hearing, olfaction, taste, and speech and language. ENT has more separate surgical procedures than most other surgical disciplines and is a cradle-to-grave specialty. An ENT surgeon may be involved with a neonate's breathing problem, an infant's hearing loss and the hearing loss and loss of faculties of old age.
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Otorhinolaryngologists, or as they are more commonly referred to, ENT surgeons are surgical specialists whose expertise lie in the diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases and injuries of the head and neck region but particularly concerning the ears, nose, and throat. Whilst a large part of their working day will be spent in surgery, some of the ENT Surgeon’s time will be in outpatient clinics where surgical intervention is not needed.
ENT surgery is one of the most diverse surgical disciplines and an ENT surgeon expert witness will have vast experience treating a wide range of conditions affecting the ears, nose, throat, head and neck. Some of the most common include, deafness, ‘glue ear’, tinnitus, dizziness, sinus infections, nasal obstruction, disorders of sense of smell, tonsillitis, laryngitis, snoring, and cancers of the head and neck regions. An ENT surgeon expert witness may also have specialised in facial cosmetic surgery and perform surgeries such as rhinoplasty (nose), otoplasty (ears), blepharoplasty (eye-lid), and facial reconstruction.
As in any field of medicine, things can go wrong, mistakes can be made, and outcomes of a procedure or treatment plans are not as predicted. Since ENT surgery is a varied, common, and complex field, when a case is brought forward that involves any medical practice that an ENT surgeon expert witness has experience in, a solicitor is likely to require their assistance. Solicitors may be working on behalf of clients who have suffered or been accused of medical negligence, misdiagnosis, missed diagnosis, or medical malpractice.
In performing in depth assessments of the existing evidence and the patient, the ENT surgeon expert witness will document their methods and conclusions in a detailed ENT report; they may also be required to give their expert opinion in court. The appointment of an ENT surgeon expert witness not only strengthens and gives direction to the solicitor’s case, it also supports fair trial.