OME


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OME

Abbreviation for:
Office of Medical Examiner
otitis media with effusions
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The incidence of prolonged OME in adults can occur but is rare and is much less common than in children.
OME is both an important presenting manifestation of head and neck malignancies and a common otologic complication following chemo-radiation.
In this study, the teachers used the OME in a robotics class to analyze learning process with real-time data that was generated while the students were working with the robotics environment.
9) Some have suggested that effusions of OME in children result from chronic inflammation, for example, after AOM, and that the effusions are sterile; however, recent studies have demonstrated that a biofilm is formed by bacterial otopathogens in the effusion.
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The Ome Shinkin Bank is a shinkin bank headquartered in Ome City in Tokyo, which has funds amounting approximately 680 billion yen.
Finally, the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Academy of Family Physicians have agreed that antibiotic treatment is actually contraindicated for patients with OME.
Children with OME who are not at-risk should be managed with "watchful waiting" for at least 3 months before recommending other treatment.
In a study by Kayhan et al,[2002,Turkey] the prevalence of allergic rhinitis in children suffering from OME was 23% & the prevalence of allergic rhinitis in healthy controls was 4.
In the OME group alone, they found that significantly more of the children were obese than were not (58% vs.
Ahmmed et al conducted a mail survey of consultant otolaryngologists in the United Kingdom with respect to their use of grommet reinsertion or hearing aid placement in children with persistent OME following tube extrusion.
OME is diagnosed by visualization of an effusion on otoscopy, by limited tympanic membrane movement on insufflation, or by abnormal tympanometry, all in the absence of acute inflammation.