Arizona Otolaryngology Consultants (AOC) was established in 1997 and has selected physicians with the highest level of training and expertise in ENT care and ENT subspecialty care. 

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December 14, 2015

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There are many conditions and diseases capable of impairing a person’s voice. Some of these voice-related health issues are easily treatable while others require extensive care. In this blog, the specialists at AOC educate readers about conditions that can affect your voice.

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December 3, 2015

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A tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure that removes the tonsils, two oval-shaped tissues located on either side of the throat. Your tonsils prevent throat and lung infections by trapping bacteria and other germs you may breathe in. The physicians at AOC... Read More
November 26, 2015

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Chronic rhinitis is an ear, nose, and throat condition that is common during this time of year (cold, wintery months). To better understand what chronic rhinitis is, we must first look at the name itself. Rhinitis means inflammation of the mucous membrane within the nose. In this blog, we explain what chronic... Read More
November 19, 2015

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Acoustic neuroma is a noncancerous tumor that develops on the eighth cranial nerve, a nerve that connects the inner ear to the brain. This condition is relatively uncommon; fewer than 20,000 cases occur in the United States each year. The team at AOC explains the causes, symptoms, and treatments for acoustic... Read More
November 13, 2015

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Swimmer’s ear is an infection that manifests in the outer ear canal, which is a portion of the ear that runs from the eardrum to the outside of the head. Due to its name, this condition often develops after swimming or from a bacterium that is found in water or soil. In this blog, the otolaryngologists at AOC... Read More
November 13, 2015

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According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), more than 325,000 people throughout the world have a cochlear implant (Dec. 2012). To be considered for this highly advanced device, patients must first undergo a number of tests and be evaluated by a physician at AOC.... Read More