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otological

(ō″tō-lŏj′ĭ-kăl) [″ + logos, word, reason]
Relating to study of diseases of the ear.
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Specific comments were received from the British Society of Otology, American Otological Society, Australian Otological Society, German HNO, and Canadian Otological Society.
Results: Tympanic membrane damage is the most common otological injury observed among cases of ear trauma.
A protruding mass was noted extending into the distal external auditory meatus on otological examination.
All had undergone audiological assessment, speech and language evaluation, and otological evaluation using standard procedures.
What these women are telling us is that we should be paying much more attention to otological complications.
Orthopaedic and otological implants; surgical instruments Number of stock keeping units: 14,000 Average daily throughput 46,200 items per week (current); 60,000 items per week (future) Orders shipped: 6,600 per week Order accuracy: 99.
A battery in the ear is now well recognized as an otological emergency.
Additionally, Laryngoscope, the journal of the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society published in its May issue the results of two earlier clinical trials conducted by Inspire investigators.
Devices and implants of ORL (silicone aerator, transtympanic, nasal splint, calibrator and support of tracheostome, otological canula to UU, tracheal canula, epistaxis cannula, cement .
Gross dehiscence of the bone covering the facial nerve in the light of otological surgery.
RESULTS: The frequency of the otological signs and symptoms in 63 fishermen are mentioned in table 2.
Descriptive statistics were used to determine the frequency with which the caregivers reported otological symptoms, the presence of cerumen, and otological status of otitis media for the age groups 2-5 years and 6-15 years.