Liv Hospital Ulus

Pediatric Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic

The field of study in Liv Hospital Pediatric Otolaryngology Clinic includes diagnosis and treatment of congenital or de novo infectious and tumors, progressive and traumatic ear-nose-throat problems in childhood.


Many diseases can be treated

Adenoid and tonsil problems, otisis media are the most common ear-nose-throat complaints of children. Thanks to developing technology in recent years, There are many treatment options available in treatment of genetic hearing loss, such as cochlear implants (bionic ear), brainstem implants, active middle ear implants and bone implant hearing aids, according to the type and level of hearing loss. 

Congenital or de novo stenosis can be treated

The fields of study of Liv Hospital Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology Clinic includes the treatment of congenital or de novo stenosis in the respiratory tract. The treatment of benign and malignant masses on the head and neck, upper respiratory infections, foreign bodies are implemented in our clinic. 

What are the treatment areas?
  • Tonsil and adenoid problems
  • Otisis media
  • Middle ear effusions
  • Congenital anomalies of the auricle and external auditory canal
  • Congenital or de novo hearing loss
  • Congenital or de novo stenosis of the larynx and trachea
  • Sinusitis
  • Childhood tumors

Tonsil and adenoid problems

Adenoid and tonsil problems are the most common pediatric otorhinolaryngology problems. The treatment of this problem that causes sleeping with an open mouth, snoring and sleep apnea is performed using modern methods.

Acute otitis media / Fluid in the middle ear

Otitis media, which is a childhood disease, can be treated with medication. However, cases that don't respond to treatment or recur should be treated by intubating the ear.

Hearing impairment

There are many options for the treatment of genetic hearing impairments, which are common in our country, depending on the type and degree of hearing loss, including cochlear implants (bionic ear), brain stem implants and hearing aids implanted to the bone.

Airway stenosis

Congenital or acquired airway stenoses are among important activities at Liv Hospital Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology Clinic. Some of these stenoses have to be corrected through surgical treatment.


Benign and malign tumors can be seen in the neck-head area of children, just like in adults. While benign tumors can be treated with surgery alone, the treatment of malign tumors may include chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy in addition to surgery.

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