otologic


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o·to·log·ic

(ō'tō-loj'ik),
Relating to otology.

o·to·log·ic

(ō'tō-loj'ik)
Relating to otology.

Otologic

Relating to the study, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of the ear and related structures.
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Otologic reportedly chose Pharpoint for the project based on the company's extensive experience in Phase I trials and its flexible and responsive management approach designed specifically to the trials' needs.
Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss (ISSNHL), which may be associated with new onset unilateral tinnitus, should be considered an otologic emergency.
Sixty-six contributed chapters cover the discipline, beginning with otologic instrumentation, continuing with miscellaneous auditory canal problems, malignancies of the temporal bone, congenital malformation of the external auditory canal and middle ear, and on through the many procedures and conditions important to otologic surgeons, ending with vascular considerations.
5) Clinical hearing services determine the extent of audiologic and otologic illness or injury and can provide treatment strategies.
abscessus group isolates have been reported from the otologic samples of an average of 2 patients annually since 2006, as compared to 6 patients in the preceding 10 years.
Kim, MD, director of otologic research at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, and colleagues, showed that after an eight-week course of tai chi (45 minutes per week), patients who suffered from imbalance, dizziness, and vertigo displayed marked improvement measured on the Activities-specific Balance Confidence Scale (ABC) and the Dynamic Gain Index (DGI).
The highest rate of infection occurred in the otologic cultures, which also had the highest prevalence of clindamycin resistance of the three sites.
Adverse events were carefully monitored, with particular attention given to cardiovascular and otologic side effects previously associated with NSAIDs and DFMO.
Practice is an essential part of otologic (ear) surgical training.
Moreover, any child with middle-ear effusion that lasts 3 months or more should be referred for an otologic evaluation.