otorhinolaryngologist


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Synonyms for otorhinolaryngologist

a specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat

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A small number of children were referred to consultation with otorhinolaryngologist and none had undergone tympanocentesis, which is probably related to the small number of children with recurrent AOM or complications, such that the majority of AOM episodes is likely handled in pediatric offices and treated with oral antibiotics.
Otorhinolaryngologists operated on the remaining 11 263 patients, i.
DIP score was also completed by the same otorhinolaryngologist according to the endoscopic findings.
An accompanying otorhinolaryngologist was present in each of the screening studies for the physical examination of the students to eliminate respiratory tract infections and for the sampling.
At the hospital, the emergency room physician consulted an otorhinolaryngologist (ENT).
Sancak Yuksel, otorhinolaryngologist, Harris Health Lyndon B.
The otorhinolaryngologist can arrange appropriate special investigations and manage the majority of these cases.
A specialist otorhinolaryngologist blinded to polysomnography (PSG) findings carried out examination of upper airway in all subjects included in the study.
The lesion was accessed through an endoscopic transnasal 'four-handed' approach with an otorhinolaryngologist and a neurosurgeon operating simultaneously.
Lipoid proteinosis (LP), also known as hyalinosis cutis et mucosae, was first described by a Viennese dermatologist and otorhinolaryngologist, Urbach and Wiethe, in 1929 (1).
A practicing otorhinolaryngologist with High Point Ears, Nose, Throat, a Cornerstone Health Care practice.
The otorhinolaryngologist planned to do the tracheostomy under local anaesthesia.
4 [March/April 2007]: 405-413), the theories and clinical method of the French otorhinolaryngologist, Alfred Tomatis, were presented, with a discussion of how they relate to singing.
He was taken by ambulance to Kyorin University Hospital in Mitaka, western Tokyo, and underwent examination and treatment by Nemoto, an otorhinolaryngologist who was on night duty.
Some examples are: a neurologist and a neurosurgeon, a neurosurgeon and an orthopedic surgeon, a trauma surgeon and an emergency physician, an otorhinolaryngologist and a head and neck surgeon, even a psychologist and a psychiatrist.