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rhinologist

 [ri-nol´ah-jist]
a specialist in rhinology.

rhi·nol·o·gist

(rī-nol'ŏ-jist),
A specialist in diseases of the nose.

rhi·nol·o·gist

(rī-nol'ŏ-jist)
A specialist in diseases of the nose.
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Ophthalmologists, rhinologists, radiologists, and other medical specialists assemble the global experience of pioneers in endoscopic orbital surgery to codify the current state of the new field and set the stage for future innovations.
As the rhinologists feel convinced that the major outcome of functional endoscopic sinus surgery is to restore the physiology of the mucosa in the sinus system, today's otologists also need to realize that they have entered into the era of "functional tympanomastoid surgery", with/without endoscopes, to help preserve or recover the anatomy and physiology of the middle ear-mastoid system close to the pre-disease state.
Nasal valve dysfunction is a commonly neglected cause of chronic nasal obstruction that continues to be overlooked by several rhinologists (7,12).
The conference will last untilJanuary 19and will witness the participation of more than 2,000 professionals from different subspecialists of ENT, head and neck surgery including, allergies sleep specialist, rhinologists, communication and swallowing specialists, and research specialists in the field of ENT.
She is a member of the Advisory Board of the European Association of Rhinologists (EAR) - as Serbia's representative in the board since 2016.
Although numerous authors have recently advocated this modality, many rhinologists disapprove of it, as LASER destroys the mucosa and permanently impairs its functioning.
Modern telescopes with fibreoptic light and magnification along with the newer instrumentation for endoscopic sinus surgery totally changed the scenario due to which a renewed interest is generated among the rhinologists for adopting endonasal approach for DCR.2
(1) CT scan of the paranasal sinuses is done in the setting of chronic rhinosinusitis by rhinologists as confirmation of sinusitis on many occasions, though it is mandatory as a prerequisite for endoscopic sinus surgery.
For rhinologists, otolaryngologists, skull base surgeons, and residents and fellows, Georgalas and Fokkens (otorhinolaryngology, Academic Medical Center, the Netherlands) assemble otorhinolaryngologists, neurosurgeons, and others from North America, Europe, Columbia, Asia, and Australia for 44 chapters on rhinology and skull base surgery.
This is a book that all practicing rhinologists, otolaryngologists, skull base surgeons as well as residents and fellows in otolaryngology will find indispensable for expanding their surgical and medical expertise as well as gaining a full understanding of the basic science framework of their multifaceted specialty.
Therefore, the insignificant deviation of bony section of nasal septum should alert rhinologists concerning the further development of DMA as complications of DNS.
Clear guidelines have been drawn up by a group of ENT surgeons, rhinologists, allergists and physicians under the auspices of the European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology with regard to the treatment of rhinosinusitis.