Diagnostic Testing - Salem OregonWillamette ENT understands that your time is valuable and that suffering from sinus, ear, and throat problems can rob you of those precious moments.

We are committed to providing you with the highest quality, most efficient care possible so that you get fast, effective relief.

One way we do this is by making sure we have the most advanced diagnostic testing technology available to provide you with excellent care.

Diagnostic tests, such as a CT Scan and other imaging tests can help us pinpoint problems that are not readily apparent.

Allergy Testing

Allergies afflict millions of Americans, and can appear, disappear and even appear again at any age. Allergies are often inherited, and are brought on by a reaction to something eaten or in the environment that does not affect most others. The range of allergy symptoms are vast, from the usual sneezing, runny nose, nasal stuffiness…

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CT Scan

One of the most important tools used for diagnosing sinus and ear-related problems is a computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan. CT scanners create 3-dimensional x-ray images of the anatomy, giving physicians valuable information for an accurate diagnosis. Until recently, physicians had to send patients to hospitals or imaging centers for sinus or ear scans…

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Ultrasound of Neck

During your consultation, your surgeon will carefully examine your neck and thyroid gland. They will view your larynx and vocal cords, looking for any evidence of early weakness that sometimes results from thyroid disease. We offer on-site thyroid ultrasound to allow detailed imaging of your thyroid gland without x-rays. If a suspicious lump is seen,…

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pH Probe

Our clinic offers a 24-hour pH probe monitoring service for patients who suspect they may have reflux disease. Participants will wear the device for 24 hours to determine if they have reflux. The device will show if reflux is prevalent during the day or in the evening. These results will help us guide your  treatment accordingly. Patients…

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Sleep Studies

Snoring is an undesirable sound that originates from the soft tissues of the upper airway during sleep. It is usually a source of frustration for patients and their bed or dwelling partners, and it may be a warning of something more serious, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is a sleep disorder in which…

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