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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There did not appear to be any correlation between regional tonsillectomy rate and proportion of tonsillectomies performed by otorhinolaryngologists as opposed to GPs.
A total of 60 GAS isolates were obtained from carriers in three schools after screening of 680 students of whom 538 were noted as healthy; 142 students were excluded from the study as they had particular signs of infection during the physical examination by the otorhinolaryngologist.
The management of a child with congenital hearing loss involves a multi-disciplinary team that includes otorhinolaryngologists, audiologists, speech therapists, parents (and other family members), teachers, paediatricians, radiologists (Fig.
The otorhinolaryngologist then identified the suction catheter in the trachea and was able to insert a 6 mm ID tracheostomy tube with ease after electrocauterisation of the bleeding vessels.
We sent your letter to Indianapolis otorhinolaryngologist Jack Summerlin.
If there are 2 recurrences of acute otitis media during that time, then referral to an otorhinolaryngologist for possible tympanostomy tube placement is recommended.
specialist, would be surprised to discover they had just left their OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGIST (21)).
At this point we had a CAT scan done, took her off her phenobarb, took her to a heart specialist, otorhinolaryngologist, neurologist, and just about everyone else we could think of - no one knows what's going on.
In some cases of obstructed sinus passages, a referral to an otorhinolaryngologist (ENT) may be suggested.
The school doctor can be a physician, dentist, or pharmacist and must perform the functions of the otorhinolaryngologist, oculist, and pediatrician.
The otorhinolaryngologist (or your ear-nose-throat, ENT specialist), will be able to isolate a cause such as abnormalities in muscle contraction, blood vessels or the middle ear.
Peritonsillar abscess is commonly encountered clinical entities presenting in everyday practice of otorhinolaryngologist.