Pediatric Otorhinolaryngologists in Mumbai, 5 Results
Dr. Ajay Doiphode
22 years of experience
MS - Otorhinolaryngology, Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (DLO), MBBS
- Convenor of Conference of AMA(Andheri Medical Association) 2015 in 2015.
- Honaray ENT Consultant at Asian Heart Institute and Research Centre.
- Member of Asssociation of Otolaryngologists of India.
Dr. Sonali Pandit
21 years of experience
MS (Hearing Research), MS - ENT, MBBS
- Hearing Research Fellowship, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney, Australia in 2010.
- ENT Consultant and Neurotologist at Kohinoor Hospital, Kurla (W).
- Member of Association of Otolaryngologists of India (AOI).
Dr. Pragnya Parikh
29 years of experience
MS - ENT, Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (DLO), MBBS
- Hon Assoc Professor - ENT (D Y Patil medical College) in 1992.
- Honorary Surgeon at Kohinoor Hospital.
- Member of Indian Medical Association (IMA).
Questions & Answers on "Pediatric Otorhinolaryngologist" (22)
Best is to take nasal decongestant sprays for a short duration as prescribed by your physician. It's locally acting, quick relief and a negligible amount is absorbed into the circulation.
The reasons may be varied. sometimes some parts of the brain can be affected as a result of shuttle ischemic attack (which is not uncommon in children) or maybe due to some metabolic cause that is affecting speech related to the brain. MRI BRAIN WITH MRI Spectroscopy should be done along with detailed physical &neurological examination of the child.Also, look for any worsening of other developmental domains for example difficulties in standing or in gripping something. You can also consult the Pediatricians for further information.
You should get an MRI of the spine. MRI would give us a complete diagnosis.
This seems to be an afebrile Seizure. Covid can increase the risk of febrile seizures in children.
After analyzing your query, you need a physical consultation from Orthopedist.