otolaryngologist

NOUN
  1. a specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat
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  • Neuro Kinetics, Inc. (www. neuro-kinetics.com) is a fast-growing manufacturer of noninvasive medical test equipment used worldwide by audiologists, neurologists, neuro-otologists, ophthalmologists, otolaryngologists and other medical specialists in the detection and evaluation of neurological, otological and vestibular disorders. undefined
  • We were arranged to see several doctors, including the primary physician who was then another member of the primary health care team, an audologist and an otolaryngologist.
  • When otolaryngologists "irrigate the sinuses" it is done by performing a needle puncture into the sinus, or sometimes when possible by cannulating the middle meatus. Medpundit
  • Flexible ENT scopes are used by otolaryngologists to examine the nose and throat area for various disorders such as dysphagia, reflux disease, snoring, and chronic sinusitis. THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • The article gives the impression that there are no serious consequences of untreated acute otitis media, yet otolaryngologists still see cases of perforated ear drums, acute mastoiditis, and chronic suppurative otitis media.
  • The craniofacial team consists of dentists, orthodontists, social workers, speech therapists, feeding specialists, psychologists, and otolaryngologists in addition to plastic surgeons, anesthesia care providers, and nurses.
  • Both authors are otolaryngologists with an interest in neurotology and facial palsy.
  • He said while it's common to hear some doctors use the term labyrinthitis to diagnose patients, a more specific diagnosis is usually arrived at by otolaryngologists (also known as ear, nose and throat specialists). The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • Apotex argued that the skill in the art would be: "a person engaged in developing new pharmaceuticals, formulations and treatment methods, or a specialist in ear treatments such as an otologist, otolaryngologist, or otorhinolaryngologist who also has training in pharmaceutical formulations. Archive 2007-07-01
  • If one has a chronic form of vertigo, one should see either an otoneurologist, a neurologist who specializes in dizziness, or a neurotologist who is an otolaryngologist who specializes in ear disease.
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