WHO paper on hearing loss- WE NEED TO ACT NOW

World Health Organisation (WHO)

Rallying cry for the need for hearing screening, prevention, treatment and (re)habilitation.

Global Hearing Health_future directions_Bulletin of the WHO 2018

By |March 23rd, 2018|2018, News|0 Comments

Mucopolysaccharidosis: Top 10 facts about the airway

Airway involvement in MPS can be multilevel and progressive.
In MPS 4 tracheal narrowing can happen due to disproportionate growth between the trachea and the skeleton.
In MPS 1 & 2 airway compromise can result from the collection of GAG deposits in the lining of the airway.
Airway obstruction in MPS can involve anywhere from […]

By |March 16th, 2018|2018, Blog|0 Comments

Lecture: ENT problems in children with Cleft Palate

Here’s the edited version- clinical images removed- of today’s lecture in Porto, Portugal.


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Key Points: Facial Nerve Palsy in Children

Here’s are my key point slides for tomorrow’s lecture in Porto, Portugal. […]

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Lecture at the British Paediatric Otolaryngology Course

Delighted to be lecturing at BPOC, London UK, with my colleague Neil Bateman from the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Manchester Children’s ENT Clinic.

Here’s my talk on Retraction Pockets and Eardrum Perforations! […]

By |March 15th, 2018|2018, Presentations|0 Comments

Paediatric Cholesteatoma Lecture

Lecture from 7th ENT Study Day, Lancaster, UK.

This is my take on cholesteatoma in children. […]

By |March 14th, 2018|2018, Presentations|0 Comments