Otolaryngology Resources for Professionals

For interested professionals, the Division of Otolaryngology at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers a fellowship opportunity, as well as educational medical illustrations of the anatomy and diseases of the ear and skull base.

ENT educational illustrations

Dr. Brian Dunham is a surgeon and medical illustrator who specializes in the anatomy and diseases of the ear and skull base. He has published illustrations in multiple scientific articles and chapters and is actively involved in the development of novel applications of scientific art as an educational tool.

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Pediatric otolaryngology fellowship opportunity

The Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Program of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia provides residents with complete education in the field of pediatric otolaryngology. The educational program combines basic science knowledge of otolaryngology and the communication sciences in conjunction with clinical aspects of diagnosis and the medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the head and neck in children.

Learn more about our otolaryngology fellowship program >

Pediatric salivary gland disorders

View a recorded lecture from the Division of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat) on how to identify common salivary gland disorders ranging from inflammatory and infectious to congenital and neoplastic. This recording also reviews salivary gland anatomy, physical examination, and vascular anomalies.

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A Review of Otorrhea for the Primary Care Physician

Ryan Ruiz, MD, MS, attending physician, provides a broad review of red flags in physical examination of orotthea, covering: key physical exam findings that indicate otitis externa; using antibiotic ear drops and/or oral antibiotics; when to culture; the role of cerumen; when to bring patients back to evaluate tympanic membrane closure; guidelines for water precautions, including for children with ear tubes, and more.

Listen to the Primary Care Perspectives podcast here >