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the branch of medicine concerned with the ear

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These symptoms may point to cerebrovascular disease or neoplasm, and should be treated as an otologic emergency.
The audiologist's primary duties involved evaluation and treatment of otologic and audiologic injuries and illness, and was therefore heavily engaged in the evaluation and treatment of blast injury.
We identified 10 patients from the national reference laboratory database with otologic samples yielding M.
In this study we aimed at developing a RP temporal bone model for otologic surgical training.
While he doesn't perform formal otologic testing in his gentamicin-treated patients, he does make a point of standing at the same spot in the hospital room and speaking at the same volume each time he visits them.
Otologic disorders that are asymmetric, progress rapidly, and/or involve low-frequency threshold shifts are most likely related to factors other than noise.
If the child had no previous otologic history and permission was obtained, the school nurse practitioner or audiologist instilled mineral oil into the ear canal twice daily for four to five days and the ears were checked otoscopically.
Becoming a cochlear implant patient involves an evaluation, including otologic, audiologic, radiographic and psychological tests:
Objective: To evaluate the frequency and effects of blast-related otologic injuries.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Advanced Operating Microscope For Otologic Skull Base Surgery As Per Rfp
The Cook Biodesign Otologic Repair Graff is a multi-layer biomaterial derived from porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS).
It consists of 55 chapters presented in an outline format on various topics: the history of neurotology; embryology, anatomy, and physiology; clinical, audiologic, and vestibular evaluation; common otologic syndromes; hearing loss; otologic infections, including otitis externa, otitis media, and cholesteatoma; hearing rehabilitation; skull base disorders; vestibular disorders like Meniere's disease, superior semicircular canal dehiscence, and vestibular migraine; facial nerve anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology; pediatric otology; and other otologic considerations, such as otologic manifestations of systemic disorders and external auditory canal lesions.
2) Multiple attempts at ear foreign body removal are associated with increased risk of pain, bleeding, loss of cooperation and serious otologic complications.
Following the introduction, chapters address the anatomy and physiology of the peripheral auditory system; medical aspects of otologic damage from noise in musicians; tinnitus, hyperacusis, and music; and the risk of music induced hearing loss from headphones.