A physician who specialises in the treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders is an otolaryngologist, also known as an ENT specialist. Otolaryngologists work in those areas with patients of all age groups.
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Career prospects & criteria
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Master of Surgery (MS) in ENT or Doctor of Medicine (MD) in ENT.
What you need to get started
+2 years of hands-on experience is required.
Excellent at communication
Passionate about patient care
Should have good analytical skills to help reach medical decisions
Should be able to empathise and be approachable with a patient
Confident about their knowledge and ability
Good at business administration if starting a private practice
Knowledge of head and neck anatomy
Anatomy and physiology