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ENT stands for ear, nose, and throat. So, the equipment required to examine or diagnose animals' ears, nose, or throat is called ENT equipment. This equipment includes a wide variety of diagnostic instruments. Mirrors, lights, and thermometers are the most common ENT tools. Moreover, aural forceps, nasal forceps, tongue depressors, speculums (used to dilate ear, nose, and throat orifices), and laryngoscopes to get a complete view of the larynx. All common veterinary practitioners and clinicians need these instruments for quick and effective diagnosis of the animals. As these are basic diagnostic tools, so do not compromise on their precision and accuracy. Also, avoid using old ENT equipment.