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Neck and Throat

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Thyroid Ultrasound

A thyroid ultrasound is an imaging technique using high frequency sound to produce anatomical images of the throat and thyroid gland. Click here to find out more.

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Rapid Diagnosis of Neck and Face Lumps

If you are concerned about a lump in the neck or face, we can offer a rapid diagnosis, often on the same day. Our radiology and histopathology colleagues are renowned experts who are integral members of head and neck cancer multidisciplinary teams. Find out more here.

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Voice Feminisation

There are multiple factors when it comes to feminisation of the voice: intonation, resonance, vocal quality, and articulation are just the beginning. Find out more here.

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Thyroid Lumps

The thyroid gland is a small gland, shaped like a butterfly or bow-tie that lies in the lower part of the neck around the windpipe and voice box. Larger more noticeable nodules occur in up to 2/3rds of adults. Find our more here.

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Salivary Gland Disorders

Disorders of the larger salivary glands are more common than the minor ones. Most occur in the parotid glands, which sit just in front of the ear behind the jaw bone on each side of the face. Find out more here.

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Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Disorders

Snoring is very common symptom affecting over 40% of adults. It is twice as common in men and the likelihood of snoring increases with age. Find out more here.

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Swallowing Disorders including Painful Swallow

True dysphagia describes an inability or reduction in the ability to swallow. It is a very common symptom. Depending on the cause, the degree of dysphagia may vary from being subtle and short-lived to more profound and permanent. Find out more here.

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Voice Disorders

Dysphonia usually occurs because of either a change in the shape of the surface of the vocal folds or in the way the vocal folds move. Both situations may lead to incomplete closure of the vocal folds when they come together causing irregular vibrations and thus irregular voice. Find out more here.

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Chronic Cough

A continuous cough that lasts longer than 4 weeks is concerning, however, and is a criteria for referral to see a specialist to exclude a serious underlying illness such as cancer, vocal fold paralysis or tuberculosis. Click here to find out more.

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