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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If otorhinolaryngologists can verify ectopic Mongolian spot (s) and hernia, including hernia operation history, when the refractory otitis media is treated, it may be possible to diagnose MPS earlier, given that many patients with MPS II exhibit some otorhinolaryngological symptoms from younger age [8-10].
A small number of children were referred to consultation with otorhinolaryngologist and none had undergone tympanocentesis, which is probably related to the small number of children with recurrent AOM or complications, such that the majority of AOM episodes is likely handled in pediatric offices and treated with oral antibiotics.
Otorhinolaryngologists operated on the remaining 11 263 patients, i.e.
The thickened bolus (5mL) was then given to the subject by an otorhinolaryngologist (A.
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 average rate of GAS carriage was found as 11.2%.
All children with hearing loss should be evaluated by an otorhinolaryngologist. Hearing loss is a medical condition, the cause of which can range from wax impaction to complex inner-ear malformations secondary to genetic defects.
Lipoid proteinosis (LP), also known as hyalinosis cutis et mucosae, was first described by a Viennese dermatologist and otorhinolaryngologist, Urbach and Wiethe, in 1929 (1).
A practicing otorhinolaryngologist with High Point Ears, Nose, Throat, a Cornerstone Health Care practice.
The otorhinolaryngologist planned to do the tracheostomy under local anaesthesia.
He was taken by ambulance to Kyorin University Hospital in Mitaka, western Tokyo, and underwent examination and treatment by Nemoto, an otorhinolaryngologist who was on night duty.
Some examples are: a neurologist and a neurosurgeon, a neurosurgeon and an orthopedic surgeon, a trauma surgeon and an emergency physician, an otorhinolaryngologist and a head and neck surgeon, even a psychologist and a psychiatrist.
We sent your letter to Indianapolis otorhinolaryngologist Jack Summerlin.