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Conditions

Dr. Margaret Skinner, pediatric ENT at Johns Hopkins, talks with a father and son.

Dr. Margaret Skinner explains a condition to a father and son.

It is not always a given that children with recurrent ear infections or strep throat need ear tubes or a tonsillectomy.

Our team at the Johns Hopkins Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology is trained to evaluate and diagnose patients on the basis of past medical history, clinical exams and diagnostic tests. Our highly-experienced pediatric otolaryngologists (ENTs) are able to assess all the information and provide an individualized treatment plan for your child that may or may not include surgery.

Parents find that by coming to Johns Hopkins, their children receive the expert care they need in a child-friendly and family-centered environment.

Learn more about conditions we treat:

Ear disorders

Nasal problems

Throat disorders

Head and neck disorders

Airway disorders

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