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MBBS (Hons)(London), BSc (Hons), DOHNS (England), FRCS-ORLHNS (England)
Singapore Medical Expert Centre,
290 Orchard Rd, Singapura 238859
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Dr. Annabelle Leong adalah dokter bedah THT yang telah dilatih dan bekerja di Inggris, Kanada dan Singapura dan memiliki lebih dari 15 tahun pengalaman THT. Ia mengelola semua jenis penyakit THT, termasuk hidung dan sinus serta gangguan tidur pada orang dewasa dan anak-anak. Ia memiliki minat khusus pada gangguan pendengaran dan pusing / keseimbangan serta otolaringologi pediatrik. Dia adalah kepala kesadaran dan layanan vestibular implan / keseimbangan di Rumah Sakit Khoo Teck Puat di Singapura, menyediakan perawatan spesialis untuk banyak gangguan pendengaran dan pasien yang seimbang / pusing, termasuk implan koklea. Dia terus melayani sebagai konsultan tamu di Rumah Sakit Khoo Teck Puat.

Leong telah mendapatkan pembedaan MBBS di Guy's, King's dan St. Thomas'Hospitals di London, Inggris, dan terus menerima berbagai penghargaan sarjana dan pascasarjana di ENT. Dia telah menangani berbagai penyakit otolaryngologi pediatrik dan dewasa di Rumah Sakit Anak-Anak Great Ormond Street di London, Rumah Sakit Anak Evelina, Pusat Implan Pendengaran di Rumah Sakit Guy dan St Thomas, dan seluruh pelatihan pascasarjana di Charing Cross Hospital. , Rumah Sakit King's College dan National Neurology / Neurosurgery Hospital, Queen's Square. Dia saat ini terdaftar di Dewan Kedokteran Umum Kerajaan Inggris dan Dewan Medis Singapura dan merupakan spesialis THT.

Dia adalah orang Singapura pertama yang menerima Sindrom Nasional dari Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) untuk memamerkan keterampilan bedah terbaik untuk operasi telinga Inggris. Dia kemudian mendapatkan Thomas-Wickham-Jones (TWJ), reputasi untuk penyakit pusing / keseimbangan dan dasar tengkorak di Rumah Sakit Umum Toronto dan Rumah Sakit Anak Sakit di Universitas Toronto, Kanada.

Dr. Liang adalah Wakil Direktur Program Pelatihan Pakar Residen Kesehatan Nasional (NHG) dan Dosen Klinis Senior di Yong Loo Lin Medical College (Universitas Nasional Singapura). Dia terus melayani sebagai dosen secara teratur dan diundang untuk berpartisipasi dalam kursus anatomi klinis di Singapura. Dia juga seorang pengajar di Sekolah Kedokteran Lee Kong Chian dan kepala Singapore Otolaryngologist dan Kepala dan Bedah Surgeon Association.

Leong berkomitmen penuh untuk memberikan perawatan pasien terbaik melalui praktik klinis berbasis bukti. Metode ini membuatnya mendapatkan Penghargaan Layanan Juara untuk Rumah Sakit Khoo Teck Puat 2016. Antusiasmenya untuk penelitian klinis memuncak dalam berbagai publikasi peer-review dan London Kilcoyne Award untuk Otolaryngology Asli Terbaik. Dia secara teratur meninjau makalah penelitian di jurnal ENT akademis seperti Otorhinolaryngology Klinis. Leong juga menjadi sukarelawan sebagai spesialis THT dalam misi medis amal di Thailand, Kamboja, dan Sri Lanka. Tidak peduli waktu luang yang tersisa disimpan oleh dua putranya yang masih muda dan aktif.

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ASK DR ANNABELLE LEONG: ENT CONDITIONS IN CHILDREN

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Ear, nose, and throat (ENT) problems are extremely common in children, including ear infections, blocked and stuffy nose, tonsillitis, snoring and sleep-related breathing issues.

The challenge is to diagnose these correctly in children who may not always be able to report their symptoms. With the right diagnosis, ENT conditions in children can be treated successfully.

Dr Annabelle answered questions from readers on:

  • Common ENT problems in children
  • Allergic Rhinitis, Chronic Sore Throat, Hearing loss, Nose Bleeds, etc
  • Childhood ENT Disorder
  • When to see a specialist for these conditions
  • Causes of these problems
  • Treatment options in Singapore
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Hi Dipak, After a tonsillectomy, the main issues are usually to do with pain and rarely bleeding due to secondary infection of the tonsillectomy area. My patients are usually seen 1 week and then about a mth postop by which time the vast majority are actually fully recovered. Aft...
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Dear Mei Ling, Thanks for the D2D. Snoring in children is quite common but in about 10% of children who snore, this may be a sign of underlying airway obstruction leading to problems with sleep-related breathing or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA in children is mostly c...
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Hi Emma, Thanks for the D2D. It may not always be easy to tell if your child might be suffering from an ear infection, especially if they aren’t able to speak properly yet. But the parents of my kiddie patients with ear infections have told me that they were worried abou...
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Dear Chunmei, Thanks for the D2D. When you say your son was diagnosed with a middle ear infection, this usually means that he had an infection of his eardrum with possibly some infected fluid trapped behind. If a short course of antibiotics doesn’t help, then the usual trea...
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Hi Ann, thanks for the D2D. Whether your child is at risk of permanent loss of hearing with recurrent ear infections, really depends on what part of his ear keeps on becoming infected. If it is the outer ear canal which becomes infected, then any swelling of the skin will tempora...
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Hi Coco, Thanks for the D2D. Swimming to prevent swimmer’s ear! Swimmer’s ear occurs when water enters the ear canal and irritates the delicate ear skin, giving rise to an ear infection (otitis externa). This can be quite painful and uncomfortable as the ear may ...
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Hi Sihui, thanks for the D2D. Yes, there are. The most important first step is not to dig your child’s ears with anything, including cotton buds, as this may accidentally injure the delicate skin inside or puncture the eardrum, which could lead to a permanent hearing loss...
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True sinusitis or sinus infections are not that common in children actually as the sinuses are not fully developed until late teen years. The sinuses are normally air-filled spaces in the skull. Children with sinus infections may present with a “cold” lasting for 10-1...
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Hi Jason, thanks for the D2D. It is not always easy to tell the difference between a common cold and sinusitis. But from experience with my paediatric patients, these are typically the symptoms to watch out for: if the cold lasts an unusually long time such as more tha...
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Dear Amy, Thanks for the D2D. Yes, it is definitely worth having an allergy test to identify the triggers of your daughter’s hayfever. Not only can you then learn to avoid the triggers once they are known, but there are now also newer forms of treatment for certain trigge...
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Hi Ellen, thanks for the D2D. You don’t actually have to do anything to get rid of the earwax in your son’s ears. Earwax contains protective natural oils to moisturize the delicate skin of the ear canal. So it is all right to have some earwax in your son’s ears....
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Dear Stephanie, From your photo, that white lump on your left tonsil looks like a mucous cyst (collection of trapped secretions from your tonsil glands). It may also be a tonsil stone. Both these conditions are commonly seen in people who suffer recurrent episodes of tonsil infec...
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Dear cjw, Oh dear, the inflamed cyst on your mum’s neck looks rather painful! The simple answer is unfortunately, there is no non-surgical method to treat these cysts. They are skin cysts which are called sebaceous cysts. They originate from skin glands which secrete se...
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Dear Banerjee, Those little bumps all over the back of your throat are actually lymphoid follicles which are part of the immune system. “Lymph glands” are probably what some people would call them. Their function is to drain the fluid from the throat and nose and t...
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Dear Fatma, In your photos, there appears to be a small swelling on your right tonsil. It looks like it is probably benign although the only definitive way to tell for sure is to remove it and send it off for analysis. This is even more important if you smoke. HPV (Human Papi...
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Dear Cottagehut, I looked closely at your photo but I wonder which "patch" you're referring to? There is a very tiny whitish speck just inside the opening of the ear which really looks just like a bit of flaky dy skin, probably nothing to worry about. However, deeper in the...
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