otorhinolaryngologist


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otorhinolaryngologist

A physician trained in the medical and surgical management of disease of the ears, nose & throat Meat & potatoes diseases Deafness, nosebleeds, hoarseness, nasal congestion, tonsillar & adenoidal hypertrophy, sinus defects Salary $176 + 4% bonus

Otorhinolaryngologist

A physician specializing in ear, nose, and throat diseases. Also known as otolaryngologist.
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Heather Finlayson is a consultant at the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University and Tygerberg Children's Hospital, Cape Town; Dr Ray Friedman is an otorhinolaryngologist at Mediclinic Sandton and Netcare Linksfield Clinic, Johannesburg; Prof.
The five cases described here illustrate the importance of otorhinolaryngologist awareness of this disease in that the first manifestations in these patients were head and neck signs and symptoms.
All pre- and postoperative clinical examinations and evaluations were performed by an experienced otorhinolaryngologist (Q.
Naito, an otolaryngologist in Japan, offers an atlas meant to help otorhinolaryngologists, pediatricians, and students diagnose pediatric ear diseases.
British Association of Otorhinolaryngologists Head and Neck Surgeons [Internet], 1998 [cited 2013 July 15].
All resident subjects were then video-recorded while performing the same surgical procedure on a patient and a panel of experts, senior academic Otorhinolaryngologists with expertise in endoscopic sinus surgery, compared the videos to assess skill levels.
Pediatricians and otorhinolaryngologists should consider this syndrome especially in rhythmic recurring fever attacks and antibiotic resistant tonsillitis in children.
Indication for surgery was established by otorhinolaryngologists.
Writing for pediatric pulmonologists, otorhinolaryngologists, and pediatricians, Priftis (allergy-pneumology, Penteli Children's Hospital, Greece) et al.
The group includes gynaecologists, internal medicine experts, pediatric surgeons, and otorhinolaryngologists.
This revelation provoked interest in sleep medicine by other medical specialists, particularly pulmonologists and otorhinolaryngologists.
Healthcare personnel in a typical cleft clinic Clinic Director (a) Clinic Coordinator (assistant to the clinic director) Audiologists Craniofacial Surgeon Geneticist Neurosurgeons Nurses Occupational Therapists Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Orthodontists Otorhinolaryngologists (ENT) Pediatrician Pediatric Anesthesiologists Pediatric Dentists and Prosthodontists Pediatric Radiologists Physical Therapists Plastic Surgeons Speech Language Pathologists Surgeon's Assistant (a) The clinic director can be any member of the team.