Mr Ghassan Alusi

Ear, nose and throat surgery


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About me

Mr Gus Alusi is an eminent Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon. He specialises in all aspects of rhinology including endoscopic sinus surgery, rhinoplasty and oncology. He is a Consultant at Barts and The London NHS Trust and is deeply involved in research into image guided surgery, for which he was awarded a PhD by University College London. Mr Alusi is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at UCL.
Mr Alusi manages all adult and paediatric general ear nose and throat conditions and has a special interest in complex head and neck surgery. He is a senior surgeon within the Head and Neck Unit at Barts and The London NHS Trust and has a special interest in thyroid and complex sinus surgery and in rhinoplasty.
Mr Alusi's general training was at The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear, St Bartholomew's, The Royal Marsden and The Royal Free Hospitals. He became a Consultant at St Bartholomew's and The Royal London Hospitals in 2000.
He has further pursued his interest in research as Supervisor for ENT surgical trainees undertaking postgraduate degrees through collaborative work with the Institute of Cancer Research Fund. This work has produced a vast number of peer reviewed publications.

Areas of interest

Skull base surgery;
Thyroid disorders / surgery;
Rhinology (nasal disorders);
Paediatric ENT; Oncology - surgical
Image guided surgery
Complex head and neck surgery

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Procedures completed Conditions treated

Conditions treated

  • 78000

    General Symptoms | General symptoms; Amnesia; Blackout; Coma and Stupor; Convulsions; Dizziness; General Malaise; Giddiness; Hallucinations; Hyperhidrosis; Insomnia, Organic Origin; Isolated Convulsions; Lethargy; Malaise Due To Tropical Illness; Malaise, General; Poor Memory; Puo; Pyrexia Of Unknown Origin; Vaso-Vagal Attacks; Vertigo

  • 78400

    Head and Neck, Symptoms Involving | Symptoms of the head and neck; Aphasia; Dysphasia; Epistaxis; Facial Pain; Headaches; Hoarse Voice; Nasal Bleeding; Neck, swelling; Neck, Symptoms Involving; Nose, Bleed; Swelling in Neck

  • 38800

    Other Disorders, Ear, Not Otherwise Listed | Disorders of the ear; Ear, Discharging; Earache; Hearing Loss, Sudden, Unspecfied; Otalgia; Otorrhoea; Tinitus; Tinnitus

  • 46100

    Sinusitis, Acute | Sinusitis

  • 38500

    Other Disorders Of Middle Ear And Mastoid | Ear disorder; Cholesteatoma of Middle Ear Or Mastoid; Ear Ossicles, Abnormality; Otitis, adhesive; Polyp, Middle Ear; Tympanosclerosis

  • 38820

    Hearing loss, sudden, unspecified | Ear; Hearing loss

  • 47100

    Polyp, Nasal | Nasal polyps

  • 47800

    Other diseases of upper respiratory tract | Cyst, Antral; Hypertrophy of Nasal Turbinates; Laryngopharyngitis, Chronic; Larynx, Unspecified Disease Not Elsewhere Listed; Nasal Obstruction; Oedema, Larynx; Pharyngalgia; Pharyngeal Stricture; Polyp, Larynx; Polyp, Vocal chord; Retropharyngeal Abscess; Vocal Chord, Disease; Vocal Chord, Nodule

  • 78440

    Speech disorders | Speech

  • 38900

    Hearing loss | Ear disorder; Deafness, Conductive; Deafness, Sensorineural

  • 21000

    Benign Neoplasm, Lip, Oral Cavity, Pharynx | Benign Neoplasm, Floor of Mouth; Benign Neoplasm, Lip; Benign Neoplasm, Major Salivary Gland; Benign Neoplasm, Nasopharynx; Benign Neoplasm, Other and Unspecified Parts Of Mouth; Benign Neoplasm, Other Parts Of Oropharynx; Benign Neoplasm, Pharynx; Benign Neoplasm, Tongue; Benign Neoplasm, Tonsil; Oropharynx, Benign Neoplasm

  • 78100

    Symptoms Involving Nervous and Musculoskeletal Systems | Ataxia; Athetosis; Balance Disturbances; Meningismus; Smell Sensation Disturbance; Spasms; Taste Sensation, Disturbance; Tetany; Transient Paralysis; Tremor, Unspecified

  • 46000

    Nasopharyngitis, Acute | Catarrh; Common Cold; Nasal Catarrh; Rhinitis, Acute

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