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Synonyms for otolaryngology

the medical specialty that deals with diseases of the ear, nose and throat

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In time, it is anticipated that participating otolaryngologists will be able to use data entered in Regent to assist them in meeting the requirements for maintenance of certification and licensing for the American Board of Otolaryngology and state licensing boards, as well as for other purposes.
Ultimately, if the patients" symptoms still persisted, they were referred more frequently to otolaryngologists rather than allergy specialists, she told FAMILY PRACTICE NEWS.
Out of a total of 3,063 patients with a CRS diagnosis from primary care physicians, 662 were referred to otolaryngologists and 309 were referred to allergists.
The otolaryngologist at Harvard Medical School said that he had already canceled his appointments scheduled for later that week in Boston.
To determine what otolaryngologists in Ontario think are the indications for this procedure, a survey was sent to all 227 of them.
We modified his methodology in order to estimate the number of otolaryngologists that would be required if staffing ratios of staff model HMOs were used to determine otolaryngology work force requirements.
Audiology Answers for Otolaryngologists, 2nd Edition
1,2) The authors of previous studies have concluded that there is an impending shortage of otolaryngologists nationally, but data to identify the specific geographic areas lacking otolaryngologists are either nonexistent or out of date.
Grewal, former professor in otolaryngology and head and neck surgery at Tamil Nadu Medical College in India, brings together surgeons, anesthesiologists, otolaryngologists, and other specialists from India, Turkey, the US, Brazil, Europe, and Australia for 21 chapters aimed at otolaryngologists covering surgery of the facial nerve, with description of techniques and many intraoperative photos of the facial nerve and its anatomy and pathologies.
New guidelines for follow-up care of children with tympanostomy tubes call for otolaryngologists to do an initial follow-up examination within a month to check for tube patency and function, and plan for management of future otitis media.
As otolaryngologists age, many may not wish to continue working 50 or 60 hour per week.
Contributed by audiologists and otolaryngologists mainly from the US, cases include basic and complex diagnosis; management of technologies like hearing aids, cochlear implants, Baha, and FM systems; vestibular issues; and management of auditory development; with audiograms.