Videos & Courses
The Sounds of Sleeping: How to Assess Snoring or Apneic Children
Pediatric otolaryngologist Grace Banik, MD, explains the importance of screening for obstructive sleep apnea, with potential long-term consequences ranging from cognitive issues to hypertension and heart disease.
The Adolescent Ear, Nose and Throat: How to Recognize Common and Serious Conditions
In this talk for PCPs, pediatric ENT surgeon David Conrad, MD, provides keys to thorough examination of the neck, throat and ear.
Sinusitis Emergencies in Kids: Be Alert to Complications of a Common Condition
Pediatric otolaryngologist David Conrad, MD, FAAP, provides keys to diagnosing various types of sinusitis and breaks down the serious complications that may develop in children and especially teens.
Serious Snoring: How to Identify and Care for Kids With Obstructive Sleep Apnea
OSA in children has physical and behavioral consequences. Yet it’s challenging to diagnose and determine appropriate treatments, which range from monitoring to medications to surgeries.
Pediatric Thyroid Nodules: Detecting a Rare But Risky Condition
This guide to thyroid nodules for pediatricians covers risk factors in the young, an important benchmark for potential malignancy in kids, tips on performing a hands-on neck exam, and best practices for workup as well as follow-up. Includes ...
From Ear to Ear: The Right Plan for Otitis Media Depends on the Child
Common and often painful, otitis media can lead to hearing loss, with consequences for development and learning.
Considered to be among the best in the nation, UCSF's Pediatric Otolaryngology (ENT) Clinic provides comprehensive care for a variety of ear, nose, and throat disorders in children. Our specialists are experienced in diagnosing and treating young patients ranging from tiny newborns to teenagers, and are up-to-date on the latest and most effective treatments, both surgical and nonsurgical.