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Professor Antony Narula

MA, FRCS, FRCS (Ed)

Consultant ENT Surgeon

Specialty
  • Ear nose and throat surgery (ENT)
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Professor Tony Narula qualified from Cambridge in 1979. He trained in ENT in London and Nottingham becoming a consultant in Leicester in 1989. After 12 years he moved to St Mary"s Hospital, London where he works currently. He is an elected member of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons (since 2004) where he is also the elected Hon treasurer and has previously held the title of Revalidation Lead. He teaches extensively both in the UK and abroad and is an Honorary Visiting Professor at Middlesex University (since 2003) where he helps run the Diploma in ENT course for general practitioners. His main clinical interests are pediatric ENT and ear/ hearing disorders. He is a past President of the British Society for Otology and President-Elect of ENT UK.

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    Hearing loss, tinnitus and ear surgery, sinus procedures including endoscopic sinus surgery, otology (ears), paediatric ENT especially glue ear and sleep apnoea.

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